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Now run by the Nederlander Organization, The Hollywood Pantages is one of Los Angeles most popular venues, playing host to big Broadway tours and concerts. It began life in the 1930s as movie theatre, and was the setting for the Academy Awards ceremony from 1949 to 1959, while it was under the ownership of Howard Hughes.

Year opened: 1930
Capacity: 2703
Upcoming shows: 12

Formerly known as the Kodak Theatre, the Dolby Theatre is a Hollywood institution having hosted the Academy Awards (or Oscars) since the theatre opened in 2001! In 2019 it was given even more esteem, pairing up with the Hollywood Pantages Theatre to host large-scale theatre productions - mostly in the form of the biggest Broadway tours coming to LA!

Year opened: 2001
Capacity: 3332
Upcoming shows: 9

The Fox Performing Arts Center was built in 1929, and is located in downtown Riverside, California. It was built with Spanish Colonial Revival style architecture and is the main venue of Riverside's Arts & Culture initiative. It underwent a major renovation to become a regional performing arts facility, which was completed in 2009. It was re-opened in 2010 and operated by the Nederlander Organization for two years, and McCoy Rigby for one. The venue has been operated by Live Nation since 2013. The theater is best known for being the first theater to screen the 1939 film Gone With The Wind.

Year opened: 1929
Capacity: 1646
Upcoming shows: 24