The Kodak Theatre opened in 2001. Designed by the internationally-renowned Rockwell Group, the theatre was built for $94 million and has since hosted many prestigious artists and events like Celine Dion, Stevie Wonder, American Ballet Theatre and various touring Broadway shows. The AFI Lifetime Achievement Awards, BET Awards ESPY Awards, Daytime Emmy Awards and American Idol finals have also been held at Kodak Theatre.
For most shows, all children must have a ticket.
The Kodak Theatre is located at the Hollywood & Highland Center and boasts 3,332 seats. The main doors on Lobby Levels 1 and 2 open one hour prior to the performance time printed on the event ticket. The Kodak Theatre seeks to accommodate all guests with disabilities. The use of cameras or recording devices is strictly prohibited, as are outside food and beverages.
Will call is available for pickup during regular box office hours. Photo ID is required.