Venue Details

81 Star Starred
Luckman Fine Arts Complex, Cal State LA
On the north side of campus off Circle Dr. 5151 State University Drive Los Angeles, CA 90032
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Member Tips

Easy parking, just pay ahead $6 all day and walk across the street
info Sep 18 2012 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Super easy parking. It's $1/hour so we spent $3 just to be safe.
info Sep 19 2012 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
They had vendors outside but we didn't visit them.
info Sep 19 2012 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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4.7 average rating
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14 events
7 reviews
14 stars
attended Sep 15 2012

My four year old daughter had a grand time. I had fun watching her have fun.

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4 events
3 reviews
2 stars
attended Sep 15 2012

The venue was great. Very clean, nice and parking was easy. All of the workers were super nice too.
Now Choo-choo soul was awesome. Very upbeat and a lot of fun. Even... continued

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Quotes & Highlights

Check out the Choo-Choo Soul interactive website with games, vidoes and more.


 The show runs approximately 60 minutes with no intermission.

About the Ticket Supplier: Levitt Pavilion Pasadena

The Mortimer Levitt Foundation (MLF), created in 1966 by New York philanthropists Mortimer and Mimi Levitt, donates funds to support performing arts venues that build communities, support diversity, and enhance access to the arts. Mortimer Levitt, who had a long love affair with outdoor music, grew up in an era when almost every community had a Sunday afternoon concert on the village green. Enjoying outdoor music under the stars felt extremely magical to Mortimer. On his 90th birthday, Mortimer sold the company he had owned for 60 years and decided to replace his 82 custom shirt shops with Levitt Pavilions around the country.
Mortimer Levitt passed away in 2005 at the age of 98. The Mortimer Levitt Foundation lives on to support the Levitt Pavilions for the Performing Arts that Mortimer started over 40 years ago. His wife, Mimi Levitt, is now president of the Mortimer Levitt Foundation and his daughter, Elizabeth Levitt Hirsch, serves as vice president and develops the expansion of the Levitt Pavilion program.
The Levitt Foundation has a strong commitment to contribute to the well being of families through the arts in a learning and entertainment environment outdoors. The Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts in Pasadena is modeled after the original Levitt Pavilion in Westport, Connecticut, which has been providing free entertainment for the community there for over 30 years. Since 2007, new pavilions have opened in MacArthur Park in Los Angeles, California, Memphis, Tennessee and Arlington, Texas.