Performing Arts Venue
Hollywood Pantages Theatre
232 locals recommend ·
About this place
At Pantages Theatre, We're Setting The Stage For The Perfect Night Out. Hollywood History. Made Nightly.
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Home to all the big touring shows, come experience Broadway in Hollywood in one of the most beautiful, oldest theaters in LA - entertaining audiences since 1932.
Iconic Theater Stage for Major, Musical Production shows such as 'Wicked,' Lion King, and 'Hamilton,' to name a few!
Get tickets to anything here! It is not only an LA landmark but it's the place to see Broadway shows in LA.
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