Home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is one of the most beloved music destinations in the state of California. The venue was designed by internationally acclaimed architect Frank Gehry, giving the Disney Concert Hall a signature, modern look that perfectly complements the building's lauded acoustic design. Before you see the April 19 concert featuring Los Angeles Philharmonic - Minimalist Jukebox, scan the useful visitor information included in the Walt Disney Concert Hall guide on this page.
Walt Disney Concert Hall Seating Information
Directly facing the stage is the front orchestra section, where double letter rows (AA-EE) are followed by single letter rows (A-G). Behind that is the orchestra section, containing rows H-Q. Elevated above the orchestra is the terrace, and above that sits the balcony.
There is also seating behind and to the sides of the stage. The orchestra view and terrace view sections stand to the rear of the stage. East and west orchestra sections lie on either side of the stage, and an east and west terrace section are situated a level above these orchestra areas.
Walt Disney Concert Hall General Information
Children under the age of six may not be allowed at most performances. Cameras and audio-visual recording devices are prohibited, as are large bags and outside food and drink.
Walt Disney Concert Hall Parking Information
The concert hall has its own parking structure beneath the venue where parking fees are collected upon entering. There is also valet parking available at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Please note all parking-related fees are cash only.
Walt Disney Concert Hall Gate Times
Doors will likely open one hour to 90 minutes before the start of the performance by Los Angeles Philharmonic - Minimalist Jukebox.
Walt Disney Concert Hall Accessibility
Arrangements for guests who have mobility issues can be made on every level of seating. There are also free assisted listening devices available for rent at the venue's coat check--otherwise, guests are permitted to bring their own wireless headsets if compatible with the venue's Sennheiser Infrared Sound Listening System. Accessible parking is also available in the venue's underground structure.