Over the years, Los Angeles' Greek Theatre has become one of the city's cultural icons. The small, outdoor venue is located in Griffith Park and intimately seats 5,900. The Greek caters to a wide variety of music tastes; whether you're coming for Alicia Keys, Dave Matthews Band, The White Stripes, or Santana, a concert under the stars at the Greek is not something to miss.
Make sure you check out these Greek Theater parking tips so you can spend less time in your car, and more time outside enjoying the music. Happy parking!
As an alternative to the Greek's designated lots, we recommend parking on the street and down the hill, south of Los Feliz Blvd. From there, it's just a walk uphill to the theatre. This is a great way to avoid the mayhem caused by stacked parking and the post-concert traffic.
The Greek Theatre has about eight on-site lots available for concert parking. Lots A, B, C, and D are all non-stacked parking, and charge $20 per car. Lot H is the only stacked lot, and charges $15 per car. If you opt for stacked parking, expect waiting to exit the parking lot after the concert. There is also a Quick Park lot available for a charge of $50.