Music and dance can be experienced best at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. This masterpiece was created in steel by renowned architect Frank Gehry. This unique building houses the Los Angeles Philharmonic and was designed in order to provide a visually and acoustically enriched experience to the visitors.
If you also want to be a part of this beautiful creation spread in an area of 3.6 acres with a completely wooden auditorium, you can be a part of various shows and tours that will make you get a glimpse of the creative and artistic aura of the city of Los Angeles. You can buy tickets at the box office on all days except Monday from 12 pm to 6 pm. You can also reserve tickets via the phone or through their online booking service. If you arrive in a group of 10 or more, you will get some special deals as well.
If you visit on non-performance days you can get a one hour self guided audio tour to the hall. These tours are available on most of the days. However, you must check the listings or call them before you reach here. The tours start at the Grand Avenue Lobby but visitors are not permitted to visit the hardwood auditorium due to continuous rehearsals.
Before visiting, you can even get a virtual tour on the official website of the Hall. The best thing about this place is that it is not only a musically rich place to be but provides a deep insight on one of the best architectural pieces in the world. It is a great place for the cultured music lovers to enjoy the Philharmonic in their home. The upcoming events include performances by Bobby McFerrin, Scottish Ensemble, Green Umbrella and others in the Brooklyn Festival.
Make sure that you reach here and enjoy the best in music in Los Angeles. You can reach here by following the 101 South and 110 North/South streets. Parking facility is also available for the visitors. You can get valet parking at $20 and regular parking at $8. For guests arriving at the concerts, there are dining facilities as well, along with refreshments that are provided in between the concerts. Do read their code of conduct before reaching here.