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The Orpheum Theatre has a Clear Bag Policy in order to provide a safer environment for fans and will consequently also expedite entry into the theater. Only bring necessary items that fit in your pocket. Bags, backpacks, purses, totes, clear bags, fanny packs, and camera bags are not allowed. Small clutches and wallets smaller than 5” x 9” x 1” are permitted and are subject to security inspection. Medical and parental bags smaller than 14” x 14” x 6” are required to go through an X-Ray machine security screening. Please see a Guest Services team member on-site for direction to the nearest screening entry. Dating back to the 1800s, the Orpheum Theatre is one of the oldest venues for musical entertainment in Los Angeles. It was founded by a group of wealthy socialites, who, in 1881, transformed a building their predecessors had leased into the Orpheum’s Fair Grounds.
Because your health and safety are our top priority, we’ve made many upgrades and enhancements to ensure that all of The Orpheum Theatre, even the air that you breathe, meets or exceeds industry standards to guarantee The Orpheum Theatre is the safest and most hygienic it can be. We use A Steril Aire UV Light and GPS Ionization Systems to purify the air inside the theater, and MERV-13 air filters which exceed the current standard. High-touch surfaces and heavily trafficked areas are continuously disinfected, and all spaces undergo rigorous disinfection and cleaning after every event.
Available through Ticketmaster and the Box Office. Wheelchair accessible seating is available on the orchestra level and balcony level in designated areas. Please refer to the Orpheum Theatre Seating Chart. Orpheum Theatre ushers will direct you to this area once you enter the theatre the day of your event. The Orpheum has restrooms to accommodate accessible patrons at each level. Restrooms are accessible by means of an elevator located at the front entrance of the theater lobby. Accessible seating areas are solely for disabled persons and their companions. By purchasing an accessible seating ticket through Ticketmaster, you agree to the following: The ticket will be used only by a person with a disability and his/her companion. A ticket holder may be denied entry to, or removed from, the accessible seating area if he or she is not disabled or the legitimate companion. If this occurs, the venue shall have no obligation to provide alternate seating. If Ticketmaster or the event provider believes, in its sole discretion, that your order violates or may violate this policy, Ticketmaster may cancel your order without notice. (Source: www.ticketmaster.com)
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This 1925 drawing of the proposed theatre is in the Herald Examiner collection of the Los Angeles Public Library. Note all the windows on the left side that never happened. A version of it appeared in the February 17, 1925 issue of the Los Angeles Evening Express under the heading "New Twelve-Story Building on Broadway Will Be Future Home of Orpheum Theatre." An adjacent story headed "Building Bond Issue Offered - Financing Made For New Orpheum Structure" noted that the theatre was to be leased to the Orpheum circuit. Thanks to Michelle Jacobson for locating the Express items. (Source: losangelestheatres.blogspot.com)