Our Venues ♜

From Ella Fitzgerald to Al Jolson, to Aretha Franklin to Charlie Chaplin, the stages that make up L.A.’s historic theater district have platformed legendary artists. LA3C will continue this tradition by giving each performance a dedicated stage to show off their talent in a format where fans of all ages can experience elevated productions.

The Theatre
at Ace Hotel

In the 1920s, Hollywood legends like Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin founded United Artists, placing its headquarters in the vibrant Broadway Theater District. Fast forward to 2014, the Ace Hotel breathed new life into the vacant movie palace that today continues to honor cinematic pioneers and offers a grand

A Night with Flying Lotus and with support from Salami Rose Joe Louis and Lonnie Holley

A night of Jazz with  Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin & friends 

Herbie Hancock headlines with support from Shabazz Palaces

Palace Theatre

Opened in 1911, The Palace initially hosted vaudeville legends like Sarah Bernhart and Harry Houdini. In the nineties, it was rediscovered by preservationists and Hollywood studios to be used as a popular filming location. Since its centennial celebration and $1-million makeover, the historic venue has hosted concerts, live performances, special events, film screenings and more.

Fred Armisen performing his Comedy for Musicians but Everyone is Welcome with support from Def Rain

Nick Hakim, Julie Byrne, John Carroll Kirby live from the Palace

Marc Rebillet live from the Palace

The Orpheum

Since its opening  in 1926, the Orpheum Theatre has hosted countless luminaries, including Judy Garland,  Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder,  remaining one of the most stunning places to experience new music till today. In recent years, the Orpheum has also become a favorite filming location for television, films, and music videos.

Erykah Badu headlines the Orpheum with support from Sudan Archives and Pauli the PSM

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