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One of my favorite places to see a band. Also take the red line from NoHo and then the purple line to save money on parking!
Just a lovely Art Deco venue. Staff are very professional
Awesome venue without a bad seat ...errr standing room in the house.
Top 3 favorite music venues in Los Angeles.
Beautiful historic Los Angeles theater - amazing bands, amazing sound, amazing venue!
The $4 churro tastes like it has been on the rack for days. Quite disappointing. Spend $5 outside for a street dog instead.
Good venue even if Art Deco is not your cuppa tea.
One of my least favorite venues in LA. The tiers make it difficult to see the stage. But that's hardly going to make you avoid seeing a band if they come around
Great venue! Shows end before midnight if you're one watching a show on week nights. Great for old peeps like me! Only get the food if you're really really hungry or else you'll regret it.
Great venue, always a great schedule
Beautiful space inside. Not too crowded, which is such a plus.
Really fun place to watch shows.
Great venue, but drink prices are out of control.
Beautiful old school Art Deco venue. Could probably use a face lift. But still a great place to see a concert.
Fourteen dollar PBR$
Nice concert scene. Love the art deco interior..
Art deco need i say more
Great looking venue. Seats in balcony afford you great stage views.
Amazing venue to see a concert! Old school theater.
Sound is always solid at this venue but avoid the balcony seats. The stage is quite minuscule at that height.
Great place for a concert
Freaking Kasabian is about to melt my face off!
No backpacks allowed. Boo!
Great venue. Across from the Purple Line at Wilshire/Vermont.
Love this place
Their AC doesn't work in the balcony, terrible place to see a show. They also can't keep their bathrooms clean in the middle of a show, get ready to walk through standing water. gross
Set times released on Twitter 12:30pm @wiltern!
1st concert...Haim 2nd concert....Rx Bandits at the Fonda. Double dancing tonight!
Bypass the mess that is the Ralphs/Wiltern parking lot and park on the street if you're lucky or go to the radio Korea building. Was an easy in/out and $10 for Franz Ferdinand on 4.29.2014.
Get your drink on before coming here- $22 for 2 vodkas!
Parking here is THE WORST!
Beer Belly a block away for beers and food before the show!
Come early... Parking is terrible
I saw a few concerts here, its great!
Stay away from the people in fedoras.
The parking lot behind the theater, adjacent to Ralph's, is not bicycle friendly. In fact they wanted to charge me $20 for the pleasure. A rack would be helpful at least.
Lagunitas IPA on tap.
Great place to see a concert but beers are pricey.
Soundgarden! Guys night out!
Just saw Bob Weir here, and the venue is beautiful. Enter the parking garage via the back entrance on S. Oxford for easier access.
Acoustic is very good. I also liked the design! Very good place for listening to your favorite music :)
The Wiltern has hands-down the worst sound of any concert venue in Los Angeles. I'd rather see a concert anywhere else.
The best sound/view is by the bar in the back - the one on the left as you walk in. Obvious bonus: YOU'RE BY THE BAR.
July 30, 2012 - Check out Neon Trees, Penguin Prison, and JJAMZ at the NYLON + Starbucks Summer Music Tour!
The people who work here are terrible but it's a beautiful space and the sound is amazing. Just get here early so you can actually see the stage.