The Hollywood Palladium Tickets
Located along the popular Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood California is the popular Hollywood Palladium theatre. This art-deco style building was created to host rock and big band concerts, yet over the years has been used for a variety of musical events. This concert hall was first built in 1940 and after renovations in 2007 was opened back up to the public in 2008. The venue includes 11,200 foot of total space and a massive dance floor at the center of the arena that allows for room for up to 4,000 people. Unlike most venues in the area, the Hollywood Palladium is a standing room only space. However this isn’t the only thing that makes it different from other venues in the area. Many praise the Hollywood Palladium theater for keeping its same art deco style over the years and paying homage to its long and detailed history.
When the Hollywood Palladium first opened in 1940 it featured performances from Frank Sinatra and other famous orchestra bands and had six bars in place that served liquor. Since its opened the theatre has gone on to feature numerous performances from the likes of performers such as Betty Grable, Jimmie Hendrix, Stevie Wonder Jay-Z, DJ AM and more showing there is no limit to the types of music played at the Hollywood Palladium. In addition to being a popular venue for artists to perform the theater has also been a popular destination for big name Hollywood celebrity parties.
The venue has also been featured in numerous movies and television shows and hosted political events from Martin Luther King Jr. and John F. Kennedy. Throughout its decades as a concert venue there is no denying that this standing-room only concert venue has been one of the most significant and unique of its kind. Today it is still a popular venue for big performances and for entertainers looking to perform in a unique setting unlike any other. Whether you are attending the Hollywood Palladium for an evening party or for a concert, this is one venue that fans of music history can appreciate for its cultural significance.