Best known as home turf for the Lakers basketball team (as well as the Clippers basketball team, and the Kings hockey team), Downtown's sports shrine also hosts big musical acts such as Kanye West and U2. Though it's plush and modern, the sound quality in the 20,000-capacity arena is surprisingly variable. At the concession stand, don't miss the nachos camachos, an LA favorite.
|Venue name:||Staples Center||Contact:|
1111 S Figueroa St
|Opening hours:||Box office: 9am-6pm Mon-Sat|
|Price:||Tickets $30-$150. $15-$40.|
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I have been here for concerts, basketball games and hockey games, and I've had a great time at each event. There's no bad seat in this venue and the food vendors are always changing and getting better. It's also convenient to freeways, parking and restaurants if you want to grab something to eat before.
This is a classic venue in LA for many different sporting and music events! It's located DTLA right at LA live so there's lots of places nearby that you can grab dinner and drinks at prior to going to your show. Lots of great acts come to the Staples Center and it always feels like a new experience when attending!