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Ford Amphitheatre
2580 Cahuenga Blvd. East Hollywood, CA 90068
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Dining is flexible. The food there is pricey. I usually pack food, but eating at your seat (seats, no benches) can be a little awkward. There are tables scattered about and concrete you can sit on, as well, but get there a little early for that.
English as a Second Language dining Jul 29 2014 star this tip starred
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Parking is stacked, $5. Give yourself some time. There's a small lot in front of the box office, and another one a little further away, but not too bad. Some parts are a little hilly and the walk right in front of the box office gets very steep.
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attended Jul 12 2014

It was 10% Chinese dancing and the rest was ballet and other Asian dances that were not up to my standard.

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July 5, 2014: Adaawe
July 12, 2014: Shin Dance Company
July 26, 2014: Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Company
August 2, 2014: Sarah Reich’s Tap Music Project Family Series
August 9, 2014: Khmer Arts Academy
August 16, 2014: Versa-Style Dance Company
August 30, 2014: Aaron Nigel Smith
September 6, 2014: Viver Brasil

For all shows, pre-show activities start at 9:00am.

About the Ticket Supplier: Ford Theatres

The John Anson Ford Theatres is a center that fosters the excellence, diversity, vitality, understanding, appreciation and accessibility of the performing arts in Los Angeles County. Its programs nurture artists, arts organizations and community, and provide a gateway for the people of greater Los Angeles to discover and appreciate cultures of their region and the world.

The Ford strives to be a world-class community performing arts center that celebrates and reflects the diversity of the people of Los Angeles. As such, the Ford improves the health of community arts and cultural organizations through its programming, community partnerships, and the strength of the cultural richness of Los Angeles.