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The Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, California is a legendary venue that first opened its doors in 1927. The venue has seen many of the best performers, musicians, speakers, and other luminaries come to its stage and provide memorable experiences for everyone in attendance. World class acts continue to come to the venue attracted by its downtown Los Angeles location as well as its excellent acoustics and intimate setting. Those lucky enough to see one of their favorite musical acts or speakers at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre often are quick to tell you that it was one of the best shows they have ever seen. There is never an abundance of tickets for concerts at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre but StubHub is the place to go for all of the hard to find concert tickets you could ever need.
Many of the most noteworthy events in the Los Angeles area have taken place at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre over the years. This is the place to catch big name acts performing in a smaller venue. An exciting performance by the popular English modern rock band Squeeze is scheduled for the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, with more big time shows always being added to the venue's schedule. Several historic events have taken place at the theater including Judy Garland as Baby Frances Gumm when she was discovered by Hollywood, and Amelia Earhart's final appearance in public before the flight in which she vanished. There is always something great taking place at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre so just take a look at its schedule and pick out the shows you would like to see.
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 Wilshire Ebell Theatre only has capacity for a few hundred fans so it is always a good idea to get tickets quickly, especially for the bigger acts that play at the venue. Of course, being such an intimate venue, there is really no wrong place to sit inside the theater.
The Wilshire Ebell Theatre has been owned by the Ebell of Los Angeles women's club since it first opened back in 1927.