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- 98%Local Culture
- 67%Nightlife Lovers
- 67%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Green Travelers
- 51%Art & Design Lovers
- 51%Adventure Travelers
Member Reviews (21)
- Greek TheatreCommunity Manager
- Greek TheatreMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2Sep 17, 2013
Great outdoor venue. I've seen Maroon 5, One Republic, and Sheryl Crow here. The acoustics are awesome for a venue like this and they sure aren't shy about turning up the speakers so you may want to pack some earplugs just in case.
The venue has various lots for parking. You can buy parking online with a credit card with fees or bring cash to the venue and possibly luck out by getting into the $15 stacked lot. IF you're really lucky, they won't box you in even though your car is stacked. We were fortunate enough on this most recent trip to be stacked near the exit lane. We left the concert a little early just so we could avoid the onslaught of concert goers exiting. The venue is easily accessible by freeway but you will want to arrive early just to avoid all the aforementioned traffic.
- Greek TheatreMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jul 09, 2013
Awesome amphitheatre in LA. Love the beautiful backdrop of the hillside and while nothing beats seats in the front rows, you can still get a great view from the very last row. Since it's situated in an upscale residential area, they have strict curfews for the concerts, so they don't run super late. Parking was surprisingly easy, and getting out was also a breeze.
- Greek TheatreMay 22, 2013
Plan ahead to score tickets to any number of incredible events here from the Playboy Jazz fest to all the best concerts. You can pack a gourmet dinner and sit in the boxes and eat & drink under the stars while you listen to your favorite musicians.
- Greek TheatreJan 30, 2013
First time to the Greek and it won't be my last. Came to see Sugarland, heard stories about the stack parking but I went for it since I was already running a tad bit behind. $15 and I ended up right on the end near a driveway so it was easy breezy to leave - took some strange back windy dark road out of the place and ended up back on Los Feliz near Western. This venue seems to fall right in the middle of Hollywood Bowl and maybe the Ford Amphitheater in terms of the size. It's a great outdoor venue and perfect place to catch a summer concert. The sound was amazing! I'll be back - Colbie Calliat is there soon :)
- Greek TheatreFirst to ReviewJan 30, 2013
Possibly my favorite place to see a show in Los Angeles. It's a smaller, outdoor amphitheater that is nestled into the hills. You're surround by pine trees and wouldn't know you were in LA, except for when you get out the parking lot, which can be kinda crazy.
- Greek TheatreJan 30, 2013
Great artist always make their way to the Greek! It's an outdoor venue with the perfect amount of space where it doesn't seem like you can get a bad seat in the house. But then again, I never sat all the way in the back :P Bring a light sweater since it gets a little chilly when the sun goes down, even on those HOT summer nights.
Parking sucks here, but it's unavoidable because the Greek Theatre is located in the hills of Griffith Park. Stacked parking is $15, not stacked is $20. If you have a low rider, your car will get lots of unwanted love...you've been warned!
Snacks and drinks are priced high with beers priced at $12, yikes! The bathrooms are located on both wings of the Greek with plenty of stalls....the line moves pretty fast, so no worries during music set breaks.
My seats review: Terrace C- JJ 1 +3
Awesome! I was on the left Wing, second row with no one in front of me except the rails! It was a great view, no complaints!
Overall, it's a beautiful venue where it feels intimate with the beautiful Griffith Park surrounding us. Greek is my pick for my Summer Nights!!!
- Greek TheatreMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Sep 05, 2012
I absolutely adore this outdoor theatre. It's not as big as The Hollywood Bowl, adding a little bit of intimacy. Even the nosebleed seats aren't far from the stage. It's a great place to catch a musical performance at night. You are surrounded by trees and stars, not to mention the beautiful Californian weather!
- Greek TheatreMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jul 05, 2012
The Greek is another of Los Angeles's "under the stars" music amphitheaters. Smaller and somewhat more intimate than the Hollywood Bowl, it is nestled in the pleasant setting of Griffith Park.