Welcome to the Ford Theatres!
We hope your experience at the Ford is a memorable one. To make your visit as smooth as possible, please explore our website for information on everything from dining to parking.
Can I subscribe?
Create your own subscription or choose from one of our curated series. Purchase tickets to three shows and save 20%! Visit Subscriptions to learn more.
How do I get there?
Whether you drive, ride share or Metro, go here for a map and directions. We are located at 2580 Cahuenga Blvd East, Hollywood, CA 90068
Where do I park?
Can I picnic at the Ford?
Yes! Bring your own picnic or pick up something yummy from the Ford Terrace Café on The Zev or the Grab & Go Market. Dine in our entryway gardens, on the new terrace or in your seat. More details here.
Can I bring Alcohol?
For Ford Theatres presented events, patrons may bring their own wine and beer to picnic before or during the show. No hard alcohol is permitted, except what is for sale by the onsite concessionaire. Bags will be checked at the entrance to the facility.
Please note, for third-party Lease Events (such as Goldenvoice and Live Nation), the following are prohibited:
- Alcohol (beer, wine and hard liquor) and/or controlled substances. Alcohol may be purchased on site.
- Glass (including drinking glasses), regardless of content.
Patrons who consume alcoholic beverages must do so in a responsible manner; the Ford Theatres reserves the right to eject anyone who appears to be intoxicated.
What's available for kids?
Children over the age of two (2) are required to have a ticket to enter the theatre. While there’s no minimum age for admittance, not all evening concerts are suitable for young audiences.
Note, all aisles and walkways of the theatre must be kept clear at all times. Guest Services staff will assist in parking strollers in a safe space.
Anything else I should know?
Owned by the County of Los Angeles, the Ford Theatres are operated in partnership with the Department of Parks and Recreation and the Ford Theatre Foundation. Nestled in a County regional park in the Cahuenga Pass, the Ford has a rich history dating back to the 1920s.