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Hollywood Palladium
Hollywood Palladium

Hollywood Palladium

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Performing Arts, Concert Hall
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6215 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 962-7600
http://www.thehollywoodpalladium.com/
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The Hollywood Palladium, located in the entertainment capital of the world, Hollywood, California, USA, is one of the most famous performance theater halls on the entire planet. Built in an ... Read more
interesting art deco style, the Palladium concert hall at 6215 Sunset Boulevard, features an 11,200 square foot dance floor with the capacity to hold up to 4,000 people. The Hollywood Palladium opened its doors for the first time on October 31, 1940, with a dance featuring music by Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra and lead singer Frank Sinatra. The Palladium was completely renovated and updated in 2007, and reopened on October 15, 2008, with a concert by superstar rapper Jay-Z.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

my absolute favorite venue for music ever you can go watch from outside the top floor or the bottom floor next to the stage far from the stage I've never had a bad time at the Palladium it's the best.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

I’ve seen many rock shows here. I remember seeing Pennywise which I think they’re had Adrian from No Doubt play the drums on one of the songs. Paramore was a great show to see perform. I also like to see the Palladium posting messages on their marquee to help save the turtles. “We like turtles, we’re going green #skipthestraw”

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

One of the better concert venues in LA. Not a bad view in the house and great for all genres.

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Local from Hermosa Beach, California, USA

Fantastic venue for live music. No bad view in the house. Can't wait to see more acts here.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Loved this venue! Came here to see Cosmic Gate a few weeks ago, and as popular as the DJ is, it wasn't packed at all. You don't get pushed around and there is plenty of space to walk around. They even have an upstairs area if you want to go up and sit. The stage is nice and they have space for some really nice light shows. I had a good experience here and would definitely come back.

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This is one of my favorite clubs in LA.
I've never had a bad time here.

Sometimes they do overpack the venue but its not too bad. Anyways most of the time its a really chill setting.

Well organized and the sound system is banging!
They always have really cool light setups and getting boogie on the dance floor is always fun.

Their drinks are on the pricy side. $5-$7 for water, $12-$18 for drinks. Just pregame then get one drink to keep you going. As a pro tip. They have VIP packages with drinks included on some shows and those are worth it.

Oh man I think I gotta make a trip to the Palladium soon.

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San Francisco, California, USA

Welcome to an awesome venue with quite a history! The Palladium has one of the best sound systems around, it's great for any genre of music, honestly I've seen folk, screamo, electronic, rock and more, it all sounds awesome. The lines are never too long, or at least getting in is never much of a hassle. With an ample dance floor, a giant outdoor upstairs balcony for smokers or attendees who want some air, and multiple bars, the Hollywood Palladium is definitely one of my favorite venues in LA.

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Local from Los Angeles

This venue book some amazing events that you can't really miss it in the Hollywood area I do have to admit the prices are ridiculous but I guess it's anywhere these days

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New York City, New York State, USA

I saw Jamiroquai here like 20 years ago. There were no seats, just general admission, so we were a hot sweaty bunch, but it was fun. Not sure if I'll do it again now that I'm nearing middle age.

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New Delhi, India

a classic music venue but not my favourite. depending on the act, the venue can be quite brilliant though

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Local from Santa Monica, California, USA

This venue always has some great artists playing. It's not the nicest or the newest but it is really huge inside. Reserve a parking spot in advance here so you don't have to worry about it the night of the event. http://www.parkme.com/hollywood-parking/the-hollywood-palladium

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Local from Los Angeles, California

this place is a great place to listen to a concert, the acoustics are nice and the area for sitting or standing is pretty big. It is a nice venue to see the artist and listen to the music or see any kind of live performance. parking is expensive on the lot but if you drive a bit around the area, you are probably able to find it for less than $10.

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Local from Diamond Bar, California, USA

Saw Ed Sheeran here.

Parking was $20.
Concert was AWESOME - short but awesome.

SPACE:
LOTS of space - standing room only and some chairs in the back
TONS of space tho.

DRINKS:
Overpriced, but normal

BATHROOMS:
I'm surprised but I did not have to wait in line.

No matter where you stand, pretty good view.

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Local from Redondo Beach, California, USA

Nice, open venue. I've seen many shows here and they are always a great experience because you have the option of moving up to the front to get sardined with the masses, or staying in the back and enjoying the Palladium's sound system and open dance floor.

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San Francisco, California, USA

One of the best sound systems I've been to for a concert venue. Excellent sound quality and plenty of moving space even when crowded. Clean, well ventilated space and modern, non tacky interior for a historic spot.

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Local from Glendora, California

Came here for an ATB concert. Huge venue - lots of room to dance to your heart's content. From my experience, the bartenders are pretty friendly. Lots of (clean!) bathrooms so you don't have to wait in line!

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Local from Pasadena, California

Great venue to catch your favorite musical act. It nice a spaciaous with room to dance and they have a patio upstairs for the smokers. Plenty of lot parking on the premisis and surrounding areas, and if your lucky, you can find free street parking!

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Local from Los Angeles

I've spent many many nights watching my favorite electronic acts play at the Palladium, and I have to say that this venue is one of my favorites in LA. Air conditioning = major plus in my book. However, water bottles are sold for $8 -- WAY overpriced.

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I came here for Weezer. The Palladium reminds me of a bigger version of the House of Blues. The security is not very strict here because there were quite a few 420-smokers here. It's amazing how they don't pat people down or check pockets. It was general admission with a VIP balcony. The drinks are about $9.50 for margaritas, mojitos, etc. Beer came in 2 sizes and there was a variety of water, soda, and energy drinks. The ticket said 7 and we were stuck on the 101 because we were coming from Orange County. Luckily the opening band, Wax, came on at 8 and Weezer came on around 9:15. The band played most of their hits and some new songs from their new album. One bad thing about GA, is you get to be in the middle of a mosh pit, when you don't want to be. My friend tried to shield me from getting hit, but I was shuffled around at one point and got hit at another. It's part of the concert experience, but next time I think I'll hang out in the balcony. All in all an awesome night. Also, the Palladium is near Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles for when you're hankering for some late night Southern grub.

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Local from Los Angeles

Lots of space for dancing and upbeat shows!

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