One of the best places to enjoy music in Los Angeles is the Greek Theatre, situated on 2700 North Vermont Avenue, in Griffith Park. Over the course of its history, internationally recognised artists such as The Who, Pearl Jam, Elton John, Paul simon, the Russian National Ballet, Alicia Keys, or Paul McCartney have made use of it. The building was designed by the architect Samuel Tilden Norton and inaugurated in 1929. Since 1983 it has undergone numerous reforms, varying the total number of locales, reaching 5,900 in the present day. It is a place where all types of concerts and shows commonly take place. It has also been the set for some films, such as 'Get Him to the Greek', directed by Nicholas Stoller in 2010. In addition, each year it serves as the graduation ceremony venue for the Thomas Starr King Middle School, and the John Marshall High School, and some others. Its stages have seen the main exponents of different musical styles, ranging from pop, reggae, or rock, to classical music. It is managed by the Nederlander Concerts company. It is one of LA's cultural icons and it has been chosen many times by the 'Pollstar Magazine' as the best place to hold open air shows in the United States. More information is available at www.greektheatrela.com.
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