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Sports & Entertainment Venues in or near Downtown Los Angeles

Los Angeles Coliseum

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Sports Arena. Home field for the USC Trojans football team, as well as occasional sporting events. Located about 4 miles south of downtown L.A. [Capacity: 78,000]

Dodger Stadium

Elysian Park. Home of the World Series Champion Los Angeles Dodgers. Located about 4 miles north of downtown L.A. [Capacity: 56,000]

Crypto.com Arena

Located near the Financial District in downtown Los Angeles, this is the home court of four Los Angeles sports teams: Lakers (2020 NBA Champions), Kings, Clippers and Sparks. The venue also hosts many concerts and special events. [Capacity: 18-20,000, depending on event]

Rose Bowl Stadium

Home of the UCLA Bruins football team, as well as the annual Rose Bowl football bowl game. Located in Pasadena, about 12 miles north of downtown L.A. [Capacity: 91,000]

SoFi Stadium

Newest venue; Home of the Los Angeles Rams and the Chargers football teams. Hosts concerts and other major events. Located in Inglewood, about 16 miles south of downtown L.A. [Normal capacity is 70,000, although seating is expandable to over 100,000]

LA Memorial Coliseum

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is a multi-purpose stadium in the Exposition Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. The home of the USC Trojans and so much more.

Galen Center

The Galen Center is a multipurpose indoor arena and athletic facility owned and operated by the University of Southern California.

The Forum

In Inglewood, former home of the Lakers and other sports teams. The Forum is now used for a variety of events, such as concerts, conventions and occasional sporting events. [Capacity: 17,500]

BMO Stadium

In Exposition Park (near U.S.C., about 5 miles south of downtown L.A.). This is the home field of the L.A. Football Club. [Capacity: 22,000]

Dignity Health Sports Park

(Formerly StubHub Center and Home Depot Center) – Home of the Los Angeles Galaxy soccer team. Located in Carson, about 20 miles south of downtown L.A. [Capacity: 27,000 (main venue); 8,000 (tennis stadium)

Peacock Theater

The Peacock Theater is a music and theater venue in downtown Los Angeles, California, at L.A. Live – 0.5 miles from DTLA Proper. The theater auditorium seats 7,100 and holds one of the largest indoor stages in the United States.

The Greek Theater

Greek Theatre is an iconic ampitheatre located in Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California – 7 miles from DTLA Proper.  The unique, semi-circular shape with rows of tiered stone seating seamlessly creates stunning views and sound for any type of performance. Capacity: 5,900

Hollywood Bowl

The Hollywood Bowl is an amphitheatre in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California – 9 miles from DTLA Proper. It was named one of the 10 best live music venues in America by Rolling Stone magazine in 2018. Capacity: 17,500.

The Orpheum Theatre

The Orpheum Theatre at 842 S. Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles opened on February 15, 1926, as the fourth and final Los Angeles venue for the Orpheum vaudeville circuit – 0.3 miles from DTLA Proper. After a $3 million renovation, started in 1989, it is the most restored of the historical movie palaces in the city. Capacity: 2,000.

The Belasco Theater

Spacious theater with ornate styling hosting concerts, nightlife events & private functions.

The United Theater

The United Theater on Broadway exists to celebrate the future of culture in a uniquely historic space. With a new take on its 1920s renegade spirit, it returns as a standalone venue to bring peerless live experience to the people of Los Angeles.

Rialto Theatre

Quinn’s Rialto Theatre opened on May 21, 1917. The Rialto was one of the first theatres to have stadium style seating and features the longest neon marquee in the Broadway National Register Historic Theatre District.

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