The Orpheum

The Orpheum’s legacy began in 1926 when it opened as a vaudeville theatre. Since then, the Orpheum has hosted the historic greats of American music, from Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Wellington to Little Richard and Stevie Wonder. The Orpheum of today has evolved into a filming location and venue for music, film premieres, and theatrical productions. Recently restored, the theatre’s grand auditorium is iconic of Old Hollywood. A majestic balcony looms above the first floor seating, the two levels accommodating more than 2,000 patrons.

Box Office Hours: One hour before show

Parking: Public lots adjacent, prices vary