WALT DISNEY CONCERT HALL
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Walt Disney Concert Hall
Walt Disney Concert Hall TicketsThe Walt Disney Concert Hall stands out as a unique building in the middle of downtown Los Angeles. Designed by Frank Gehry, its stainless steel exterior has sweeping curves and interesting angles. Inside, there are 2,265 seats, and from any of these spots, the sound from the stage is deep and rich. The concert hall opened on 2003, and it's home to the Los Angeles Master Chorale and the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra. Part of the construction funds was donated by Lilian Disney, wife of Walt Disney. She donated $50 million in 1987 and got the ball rolling on the initial stages. Many more millions were donated by the family and The Walt Disney Company in subsequent years. To watch performers take the stage, pick up Walt Disney Concert Hall tickets at StubHub.
Where is the concert hall?To get to any Walt Disney Concert Hall events, you can use 111 South Grand Avenue in Los Angeles as the address for your GPS. Cross streets are 1st and 2nd Streets. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Mark Taper Forum, and Ahmanson Theatre are on Grand Avenue as well.
Is there Walt Disney Concert Hall on-site parking?A parking lot was built directly under the venue for convenient access to Walt Disney Concert Hall events. Entrances can be found on Second Street and Lower Grand Avenue. For valet parking, proceed to the Hope Street entrance to meet an attendant. There are other parking garages and lots on nearby streets, and street parking may be available as well.
What are the public transportation options?There are several buses that travel near the concert hall. In addition, the Metro stops a few minutes away from the hall. Both the red and purple lines can be taken to the Civic Center/Grand Park Station.
Are there restaurants in or around the concert hall?With this prime downtown location, the concert hall is surrounded by a range of eateries, ranging from small, family-owned restaurants to fine dining establishments. If you want to save some time, grab a bite to eat or a quick drink at one of the places in the music complex. The Walt Disney Concert Hall Cafe serves salads, sandwiches, cookies, cheese plates, beer and wine plus select hot food items. Many of those lighter items can be purchased at one of the intermission bars in the hall. For a more substantial meal, check out the acclaimed Patina Restaurant or Upstage Burger. Patina is located within the Walt Disney Concert Hall, and the burger joint overlooks the exterior of the hall from its spot on the Plaza Level.
What is the organ like?The organ's facade was also designed by Frank Gehry, with consultation from an organ designer. Some of its wooden pipes are curved, making for an impressive backdrop behind the center stage. In total, there are 6,125 pipes, and the organ can be played with a detached, portable console. With Walt Disney Concert Hall seats, you'll have nice views of the organ.
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