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The Forum is among the most iconic arenas in all of Los Angeles. The Forum originally opened its doors in 1967, and the venue has served as the home of the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers during their legendary Showtime seasons as well as the home of the NHL's Los Angeles Kings and the Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA. Unfortunately, when the Staples Center opened all three of these teams moved out of the Forum but the venue is still a popular venue for sports and the performing arts.The Forum was bought by The Madison Square Garden Company in 2012 which hoped to return the venue to its past glory days, this time with the main focus of the venue being that of a top notch music venue. It seems as though that dream has been realized as The Forum stages concerts by many of the biggest acts in the music biz for people in the Southern California area.
Sports fans are very familiar with The Forum as the old home of the Los Angeles Lakers, and while it was used as the Lakers' home, The Forum also hosted the NBA Finals along with the NBA All-Star Game. Additionally, the Forum has been the site of the NHL All-Star Game, Olympic basketball games, the PAC 10 Conference Tournament, and the Big West Conference Tournament. These days, the Forum is almost entirely used as a concert venue, and just as the venue has a legendary past as the host of sports events, the Forum also has a proud history of great musical performances. Some of these performances include concerts by Nirvana, Guns N' Roses, The Jackson 5, Cream, Steppenwolf, and more current acts like Arcade Fire, the Backstreet Boys, Justin Timberlake, and many more.
As the city in California with the highest population, and the second most populous city in the United States, you can be sure that there are plenty of reasons to visit Los Angeles. You would be remiss not to visit the beach whether it is Venice Beach, Santa Monica, Malibu, or any of the other nearby beaches. A trip to Hollywood Boulevard will allow you to go along the Walk of Fame and see the names some of your favorite stars of film, television, radio, and music before you stop by Grauman's Chinese Theater and see where the biggest stars in the history of showbiz have put their hand prints in the cement. If you are looking for something more high brow head over to the J. Paul Getty Museum and see some of the world famous art hanging from its walls.
The Forum admits up to 17,500 guests and was designed in the style of the historic Roman Forum. It became easily recognizable thanks to the success of the Los Angeles Lakers during the 80's and 90's when the Forum would see many of Hollywood's biggest stars come to watch a basketball game. Recent renovations have provided the Forum with a state of the art sound system, making it one of the top places in the Los Angeles area to see your favorite band or artist performing live.
The Forum was originally constructed on the site of an old golf course and was the brainchild of Jack Kent Cooke who owned the Lakers at the time and wanted to bring one of the six new NHL's franchises to Los Angeles.