1,041 Dolby Theatre Tips
- Casual 6
- Dressy 1
- Take public transit 4
- Parking is expensive 3
- Park in lot 3
- Dine before you go 3
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
The weather was cool. I wore casual clothing is fine. This venue has all kinds of dressing..
Park at Loews off Highland -very convenient
Steven Tyler: Out On a Limb
The weather was Good. I wore A sweater because AC was in full blast inside theater .
I parked at Hollywood & Highland mall. Paid $14 for parking. Every where else was $20 & up
Dolby doesn't validate so plan to grab a coffee or some thing at one of the stores in order to knock the first two hours to $2 for parking.
Enter on the second level
The weather was cool. I wore dress slacks, nice shoes.
I wore I wore jeans and fit right in. .
We come from the valley and always leave about 2 hrs before show time. Try to avoid Highland especially going home! Bowl traffic added to the mix! Take Vine, Cahuenga or Gower!
Parking was $15 and we were in handicapped area which was on P2 and easily accessible!
Grill at Hollywood excellent for steak but very pricey!
If you're going to park at the Dolby Theatre - get your parking validated before the show. The theatre doesn't validate and our show was so late that all the shops were closed when the show got out.
Take advantage of public Transportation! Park at Universal and take the subway. Traffic was terrible. There was something at the bowl and this made traffic a mess. And it cost $15 to park
Take the metro and get off on Hollywood/Highland. The Dolby Theater doesn't validate so if you park in the structure make sure to buy something before leaving.
There's a bar, but I'd recommend eating before or after. There are plenty of spots nearby, or around.
Huge parking garage, but you'll be spiraling around over and over to find a spot.
The weather was extremely hot and humid. I wore A Flash T-shirt and jeans..
The Dolby Theater is on Hollywood Boulevard, possibly the most congested tourist area. Too many people, too many people dressed badly as super heroes clogging the area where you want to go to look at the Stars on the Walk of Fame.