Venue Details

1338 Star Starred
Greek Theatre
2700 North Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027
323-665-5857
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Member Tips

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I parked at the bottom of Vermont, and walked up. About 20 mins to save $15 for stacked parking.
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Concessions are cash only.
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It gets cold at night
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renee
Motorcycle parking near the entrance; it was FREE
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pat
Bring a blanket to put on your seat
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Allow a lot of time to exit parking area
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Reviews & Ratings

48 ratings
4.7 average rating
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4 events
2 reviews
1 stars
attended May 19 2009

The show was great. The tickets were dead center. Had a great time.

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158 events
115 reviews
19 stars
attended May 20 2009

Great show !
Lots of old stuff which we loved and some new.
Ziggy Marley was a surprise bonus!

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89 events
75 reviews
166 stars
attended May 19 2009

This show was just OK for me. The seats were good, although still overpriced. The Doobie Brothers were good, but it was still light out when they started playing and... continued

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Description

Classic rock legends, The Allman Brothers Band and The Doobie Brothers co-headline the Greek Theatre.

Celebrating their 40th anniversary, The Allman Brothers Band will be embarking on a U.S. tour billed as “40 Years of Highs & Lows.” Honorees of _Billboard _magazine’s “Legends of Live” award this past November, the band lived up to that title during a recent show at the Beacon Theatre in New York. The New York Times said of that performance, “The first half of the show was an affirmation of bedrock values, with some of the sturdiest songs from the Duane Allman era: “Statesboro Blues,” “Revival,” “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin,’ ” “Done Somebody Wrong.” Gregg Allman was in strong vocal form, and the rhythm section (also with the bassist Oteil Burbridge and the percussionist Marc Quiñones) chugged along expertly. The set kept gathering steam as it went on…”

As one of the most popular Californian pop/rock bands of the ’70s, the Doobie Brothers have evolved from a mellow, post-hippie boogie band to a slick, soul-inflected pop band. Along the way, the band has accumulated multiple Grammy awards, numerous gold, platinum and multi-platinum albums in the U.S. Their string of radio hits include, “Listen to the Music,” “Black Water,” "China Grove,” “Long Train Running” and Takin’ It To The Streets.” In between tour dates, the Doobie Brothers can be found in the studio mixing their upcoming full-length album.