Hollywood Park and Live Nation have signed a multi-year booking agreement for the Performance Venue at Hollywood Park, a new 6,000-seat performance venue in Inglewood, California.
The venue is part of the sprawling Hollywood Park sports and entertainment destination that is being developed by E Stanley Kroenke, owner/chairman of the Los Angeles Rams. It will be adjacent to the new SoFi Stadium and American Airlines Plaza. Construction is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2021.
The theatre will host a variety of live entertainment events, from concerts to comedy, award shows, eSports competitions, community events, conferences and more. Live Nation will be the promoter for the theatre, which will host music, comedy and other entertainment events.
The Performance Venue at Hollywood Park is a 227,000ft² (21,089m²), three-storey indoor venue situated under the same roof canopy as SoFi Stadium and American Airlines Plaza. Equipped with its own three-bay loading dock, the theatre can operate independently or in tandem with the stadium and plaza for larger events.
With three levels of seating – orchestra, plaza and balcony – the venue can be configured to house three different crowd capacities, with 3,400, 4,400 or 6,000 seats.
The theatre features a two-storey Kaynemaile chandelier; six luxury boxes; a 1,200ft² (111.5m²) back-of-house hospitality space, with adjacent dressing rooms; and a 3,500ft² (325m²) private club with 140 seats.
The Performance Venue stage is 6,100ft² (567m²) and the farthest seat in the house is 164ft (50m) away from the stage. The theatre has a skydeck and rigging capacity of 200,000 lbs (90,718.5kg). The venue features both an interior and exterior balcony for guests to enjoy. The exterior of the theatre features a sloping glass façade that reaches 42ft (12.8m) at its tallest point.
Recently announced Live Nation bookings at the venue include Caifanes, Los Angeles Azules, Black Pumas, Devo, Trippie Redd, Alejandro Sanz, Christian Nodal, Marina and the Diamonds and Louis Tomlinson.