Choose Between Two Options
- $30 for two VIP entrance tickets and two premium drinks ($75 value)
- $60 for four VIP entrance tickets and four premium drinks ($150 value)
VIP ticket holders get to skip the line for quick access.
The Belasco Theater
The Belasco has worn so many hats, it has almost singlehandedly kept LA milliners in business for the last century. In 1904, the legendarily theatrical Belasco family decided to open a West Coast sibling to their twin New York City stages. The building, finished in 1926, was six stories of striking Spanish Renaissance, Moorish, and Gothic detail—most of which remains to this day. But what started as a popular burlesque destination that brought entertainment to the community during the Great Depression, closed its doors in 1945, reopening only with great struggle. The Belasco then underwent another great transformation in the ’50s when it was purchased by the Immanuel Gospel Temple. Since, then, it has swapped hands, played itself onscreen in movies such as Swordfish and The Illusionist, and hosted gala events for major corporations such as Sony.
Today, the Belasco wears its history proudly. On the outside, signs of its days as a church hang, declaring “Prayer changes things,” while the inside speaks to the present. Besides the thriving theater scene that unfolds beneath its ornate domed ceiling, the venue contains a ballroom, a basement lounge, a wine bar, and two on-site restaurants, serving as a fitting backdrop for any night out or impossibly complicated game of hide and seek.