Nokia Theatre L.A.Live Los Angeles
Nokia Theatre L.A.Live
Attending live entertainment in Los Angeles is an all new experience when you visit Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in downtown Los Angeles. Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE opened on October 18th, 2007 with six sold-out concerts featuring the Eagles and Dixie Chicks. Destined to become the preferred indoor venue for performers and fans alike, the 7,100-seat venue offers guests mid-sized intimacy, with no seat further from the stage than 220 feet, exceptional comfort and amenities never before offered to guests at similar theatres.
Anchoring the new L.A. LIVE entertainment district, Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE will host nearly 120 events per year including the most popular concerts and performances, awards shows, family shows, corporate showcases, product launches, speaker series and television broadcasts emanating from the largest stage in southern California.
Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE hosted the "American Music Awards" on Sunday, November 18 (ABC-TV), marking the first time the venue had been utilized for a national awards show broadcast. Other artists that have already played at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in the first two months include: Sugarland, Queens of the Stone Age, Neil Young, Anita Baker, Mary J. Blige, So You Think You Can Dance? Tour, John Fogerty, and La Quinta Estacion.
Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE will be centrally located within L.A. LIVE, a 4 million-square-foot / $2.5 billion downtown Los Angeles sports, residential & entertainment district adjacent to STAPLES Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center also featuring, a 54-story, 1000-room convention "headquarters" hotel (combining JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton brands and 224 luxury condominiums - The Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. LIVE), Club Nokia L.A. LIVE, a 2,200 capacity live music venue, a 14-screen Regal Cineplex, "broadcast" facilities for ESPN along with entertainment, restaurant and office space.