The Warner Grand Theatre
The Warner Grand Theatre is owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. Grand Vision has a Memorandum of Understanding to act as its official Friends Group. As the Friends, we assist the theater with advocacy, a corps of trained volunteers, restoration projects and the marketing of its events.
At the Warner Grand Theatre as of December 16, 2022: Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination OR a negative test result within 72 hours of your show is required at the Warner Grand Theatre by the City of Los Angeles. Masks are suggested but are not required.
The Covid-19 rules are designated by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and are in flux. Please contact the Warner Grand Theatre at 310-548-2493 or the organizer of the event to check the rules before attending. Thank you.
Ticketing & Patron Policy
- The Warner Grand Theatre is owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. They set all policies for renters and individual presenters, including Covid-19 safety measures.
- Warner Grand Theatre events, dates, times and ticket prices are determined by individual presenters and are subject to change without notice.
- If you feel unwell or have been exposed to Covid-19, please do not come to the venue.
- We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
- Grand Vision Foundation is not the box office for the Warner Grand Theatre. For tickets or information, please contact individual presenters directly.
Rent the Warner Grand Theatre
- The Warner Grand Theatre is owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.
Contact: Lee Sweet, Warner Grand Theatre Manager at 310.548.2493.
- The Warner Grand Theatre is anticipated to be closed for major renovations, beginning May 2023 for at least one year.
The Warner Grand Theatre, opened in 1931, is listed on the National Historic Register and is a City of Los Angeles Cultural Historic Landmark. Seating for 1,525 patrons is split between a main floor orchestra (approximately 900 seats) and balcony (approximately 600 seats). The Theatre features a vaudeville-size proscenium stage (50′ w x 32′ h) with a T-guided fly system that is suited to presenting concerts, dance performances, multimedia presentations and film screenings.
The Warner Grand Experience
“My dad performed in so many productions (at the Theatre) that by the time I was in high school, I practically grew up on the balcony. Nothing happens without art, spirit and culture.”
“I’ve always been a big fan of art deco architecture so I was thrilled that this theatre existed. We like to help out with anything that can help downtown San Pedro grow.”