2,199 Greek Theatre Tips
- Casual 16
- Dressy 1
- Shuttle to/from lot 18
- Parking is expensive 9
- Arrive early 8
- Dine before you go 9
- Food and drinks for purchase 4
- No food allowed 4
The parking attendants were RUDE and UNHELPFUL. Give yourself plenty of time to find the least expensive lot that is not stacked parking.
We shuttled in. BIG MISTAKE! The cars in the Greek parking lots cleared way before we were able to get on the shuttle. They just didn't have enough shuttles running. Plus the Pony ride parking lots were dark and dirt road. If we ever go back to the Greek again, we would park in the Greek lot. We still prefer Hollywood Bowl over the Greek Theater.
The weather was perfect mid eighties and after sunset low seventies. I wore Bring a light wrap in case it gets a little chilly after the sun sets. Park at the Griffith park pony rides. Its 10.00 to park which includes a shuttle to and from. No stack parking and they have shuttles throughout the evening, before, during and after the concert..
The weather was somewhat chilly at night. I wore a warm sweater..
park at pony lot its cheaper and efficient shuttles are on time
take your time for sure, cheaper parking with a short walk.
The bathrooms seem to have been newly renovated and are nice, clean and have a large capacity. The line looked horrendous, but it moved very quickly and efficiently.
Buy parking well ahead of time online. The cheapest parking to be found was $25, otherwise you have to walk up the hill and that's annoying because of the fumes of all the cars and the street people crowding and hustling you for money.
Use the option to buy parking in advance at the Griffith park pony rides to shuttle you to the Greek and avoid the parking pain.
We parked at the pony/train rides off of Los Feliz & took the shuttle. $10 & it was so worth it. Just watch your toes! The people that are standing stepped on my feet more than once. I think they had been drinking. Super rude!
The weather was a bit cool. I wore a hoodie.
Lynyrd Skynyrd & Peter Frampton
Take advantage of the off-site parking from Griffith Park (only $10 compared to $25 on-site).
Add plenty of time to get up the hill to the facility. Just try and enjoy the beautiful houses along the way. It's all part of the Greek Theater experience. We paid $35 to park in one of the better lots. It was well worth it. There are lots of options, we chose a more expensive and convenient alternative.