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Greek Theatre

  • Music
  • Griffith Park
  • price 2 of 4
  1. Photograph: Courtesy the Greek Theatre
    Photograph: Courtesy the Greek TheatreGreek Theatre
  2. Photograph: Courtesy the Greek Theatre
    Photograph: Courtesy the Greek TheatreGreek Theatre

Time Out Says

This pleasant, open-air, 6,000-seat theatre stages big summer shows by acts both national and local. It’s a bit like seeing a concert in the woods, and rivals the Hollywood Bowl in terms of L.A.’s most magical outdoor music venue. The only downside: The “stacked” parking means getting out of the parking lot often takes longer than the show, and VIP “Quick Parking” is a pricey $75.


2700 N Vermont Ave
Los Angeles
Tickets $25–$150. Parking $20–$75
Opening hours:
Box office: Sat 10am–4pm
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What's On


  • Pop

Since releasing her debut single “Do U Wanna Fall in Love” in 2014, this 22-year-old bedroom pop darling has had many of her songs—including the massive lo-fi hit “Pretty Girl”—go viral all over the internet. Now, she’s coming over to L.A. for a show at the Greek Theatre.

Beach House

  • Rock and indie

The acclaimed dream-pop duo from Baltimore is back in the saddle, riding into town in support of latest album, Once Twice Melody. Beach House’s summery and elegantly nostalgic dream-pop recalls My Bloody Valentine, Mazzy Star and Yo La Tengo: a drowsily beautiful combination that they pull off better than most of their hazy peers.

Bikini Kill

  • Punk and metal

Most recollections of Bikini Kill—we suppose this one included—start with the trio’s legacy: their pioneering place among riot grrrl acts and the streak of fiery feminism they’ve inspired in music to this day. But the songs also stand alone; only a few seconds of female bonding anthem “Rebel Girl” is enough to convince you that Bikini Kill was onto something special. After a 2019 reunion tour that counted L.A. among its few stops, Bikini Kill will once again come to town. Frontwoman Kathleen Hanna, drummer Tobi Vail and bassist Kathi Wilcox (plus guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle) will play the Greek Theatre in April 2022.

Bob Moses

  • Dance and electronic

After a streaming sunset show at the Griffith Observatory, the deep house duo heads back to the park, but this time for a real live show at the Greek. Jon Hopkins opens.

Olivia Rodrigo

  • Pop

A little bit piano ballad a little bit pop-punk, the “driver’s license” singer hits the road in support of her smash album SOUR, with two sure-to-sell-out nights at the Greek Theatre. Tickets go on sale December 10 at 10am.

Andrew Bird + Iron & Wine

  • Folk, country and blues

Whistling violin virtuoso Andrew Bird and hushed alt-folk singer Sam Beam hit the road together for their “Outside Problems” tour, including a stop at the Greek Theatre.

Sharon Van Etten + Angel Olsen + Julien Baker

  • Rock and indie

Seeing a solo show from any one of these three singer-songwriters would easily earn our endorsement, but all three of them teaming up is simply a must see. Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen and Julien Baker play the Greek this summer on their “Wild Hearts Tour.”

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