|Belasco Theater in Downtown L.A.|
Thousands of DEADMAU5 fans flocked to the historic Belasco Theater, one of Downtown Los Angeles' most venerable landmarks, to celebrate the theater’s official grand opening this past Saturday. The Belasco Theater, located at 1050 South Hill Street in Los Angeles, attracted a number of fashionable party animals all looking to dance to the sounds of Circuit Banger, Porter Robinson, LARiots and DEADMAU5.
"We have carefully restored this beautiful theater into a world-class entertainment facility, providing the expanding downtown music scene with an un-paralleled, high-energy nightlife experience," says the Belasco Theater GM Charlie Ybarra. "We're are excited that Belasco will be one of the key contributors to the economic and cultural vitality of Downtown Los Angeles." Saturday's event was a kick-off to Belasco Theater's weekly residency, Legacy Saturdays.
|VIP Area Go-Go dancers|
About the Venue
The Belasco Theater is Downtown Los Angeles' next premier entertainment and nightlife destination. From live performances, concerts, and special events to theatrical productions and corporate receptions, the Belasco Theater is the ideal landmark venue for any event. The gigantic 40,000+ square foot space encompasses pure elegance and beauty with most of its original 1926 architecture and design intact, while offering multiple floor plan design options for events.
The historic Main Theater includes three fully accessible bars, and a multi-tiered stadium-style balcony seating, 2,000+ sq. ft. outdoor smoking-friendly patios, and a ballroom with private entry access. The theater also houses the BELASCO Nightclub, Bar & Lounge and VINTAGE 10 FIFTY Wine Bar. Belasco Theater has a full spectrum of sophisticated sound and lighting equipment, offering a state-of-the-art collection of audio visual technology for superb quality and optimum efficiency to bring all aspects of production under one roof.
For more information or to view calendar of events, visit www.thebelacsco.com
All photos by Markus Alexander
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