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Greek Theatre - Frequently Asked Questions

•» Where do I park?
There is stacked parking available all around the venue for $15.
•» Is there a shuttle/can I take public transportation to the venue?
The Greek Theatre has partnered with Dine and Ride, which provides a shuttle service from a variety of restaurants in the Los Feliz area. Please visit for more information.

Please check for public transportation information. Our nearest cross street is Los Feliz Blvd and N Vermont Ave.
•» May I bring in outside food and beverage?
No. Outside food and beverage is not allowed in the venue, however you may pre-order a picnic basket online or purchase food at the venue. For more information about ordering a picnic basket please visit:

Also please note that no bottles, cans, or coolers are allowed in the venue. Only empty or factory-sealed water bottles are allowed.
•» What are the food and beverage options at the venue?
We have concessions available on both the south and north concourses as well as on the upper level at Zeus’ bar with plenty of options. There is also an additional bar on the front plaza for your convenience. We have both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase.

The Greek Theatre also has a Box Suite Program with VIP amenities available including waiter/waitress service and a full menu. For more information please visit
•» May I order food in advance?
Yes. You may pre-order a picnic basket online in advance of the show. For more information please visit:
•» Where can I enjoy my picnic basket?
There are picnic tables available right near Zeus’ bar where you pick up the picnic basket.
•» My ticket says “obstructed view” - what exactly does that mean?
Obstructed view seats may have limited view of the side of the stage; however you will be able to see the center of the stage perfectly. There really isn’t a bad seat in the house!
•» Am I able to upgrade my tickets for better seats?
Yes. On the night of the show only, please visit the box office to see what is available.
•» What time does the venue open?
Doors to the venue plaza are open 1 ˝ hours before the show time that is listed on your concert ticket. Doors to the seating area are open one hour before the show.
•» May I pick up my will call tickets in advance?
Orders placed online can be picked up at the will call window on the day of the show only. They are available two hours before the door time.
•» Can I change the name on my will call tickets so that someone else may pick them up on my behalf?
Yes. Contact Ticketmaster at 213-480-3232 to change the name for will call pickup in advance of the show.
•» I haven’t received my tickets. What should I do?
If you purchased your tickets through Ticketmaster, please contact them at 213-480-3232 to report your tickets lost. They will provide you with instructions on how to have them replaced. If you purchased through the Premiere Marquee Box Office, contact them directly at (818) 622-9987 or
•» What are the venue Box Office hours?
Full Box Office hours and holidays are here.
•» What time does the show start?
The time that is listed on your ticket is the time that performances are scheduled to begin.
•» What time does the show end?
Due to its location in a residential neighborhood, The Greek Theatre shows end no later than 11pm.
•» May I bring my child?
Children under five are not permitted inside the venue. Children five and older must have a ticket to enter.
•» Do you give fan mail / gift packages to bands performing at your venue?
Please do not mail fan mail or gift packages to the Greek Theatre prior to the show date. We are not responsible for your packages and will not deliver them to the artist. If you wish to bring fan mail or a gift package to the artist on the day of the show you may stop by the administrative office on the south concourse to drop it off and we will do our best to get it to the artist.
•» What are the disabled seating accommodations?
Wheelchair accessible seating is available in Section A, as well as in the North Terrace Section. Please request a wheelchair location, and a companion seat if necessary, at the time you purchase your tickets.
•» What are the disabled parking accommodations?
Accessible parking is available against the blue curb located directly above and below the theatre on Vermont. Show your placard and the parking staff will assist you. If the blue curb parking becomes full, you will be directed into the VIP lot or to a secondary lot off Commonwealth where spaces will be available at the regular parking rate.
•» Are there any hotels nearby?
Yes. The nearest hotels are located on Hollywood Blvd. The Greek Theatre address is 2700 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028. A simple Google maps search will provide you with a list of all hotels in the area.
•» Can I bring my camera?
Professional cameras are not allowed at any time, unless the photographer is approved by both venue and artist publicity. Some artists will allow small hand-held cameras without zoom lenses. If you brought your camera, but are not allowed to use it inside the venue on a given night, you can always check it at the administrative office and pick it up after the show.
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