The Orpheum Theatre – one of L.A.’s most venerable landmarks opened its doors on February 15, 1926 and still has a Mighty Wurlitzer organ, that is one of three working pipe organs remaining in Southern California.  From a young Judy Garland’s 1933 vaudeville performance to recent filmings of the hit TV shows “American Idol” and “So You Think You Can Dance”, this renowned venue hosts an array of theatrical productions, religious events, concerts, weddings, film festivals, seminars, private parties, variety shows, awards shows, movie shoots, music video shoots, television show and commercial shoots and much more.

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Cesar Lozano
06/29/2018 | 8:00PM (Doors at 7:00PM)

Talcon Ways LLC Presenta
Dr. Cesar Lozano
No Te Engaches

The event has been rescheduled from June 22, 2018. Tickets from the original date will be honored on the new date.

Ticketmaster on sale to general public: 4/13 @ 10:00am
Ticket prices (All Reserved Seating):
$103.00 Front Orchestra
$78.00 Middle Orchestra, Boxes and Mezzanine
$63.00 Rear Orchestra and Front Balcony
$48.00 Rear Balcony

8 ticket limit for all price levels

Show is all ages.

Ticket are available for purchase at the theater box office on our fee free Wednesdays, from 1 pm to 7 pm.

06/30/2018 | 8:00PM (Doors at 7:00PM)

ATOS 2018 Present
Safety Last

Clark Wilson accompanies Safety Last, Orpheum Theatre, Los Angeles | 3/14 Wurlitzer

In 1922, the country boy Harold says goodbye to his mother and his girlfriend Mildred in the train station and leaves Great Bend expecting to be successful in the big city. Harold promises to Mildred to get married with her as soon as he “make good”. Harold shares a room with his friend “Limpy” Bill and he finally gets a job as salesman in the De Vore Department Store. However, he pawns Bill’s phonograph, buys a lavaliere and writes to Mildred telling that he is a manager of De Vore. One day, Harold sees an old friend from Great Bend that is a policeman and when he meets his friend Bill, he asks Bill to push the policeman over him and make him fall down. However Bill pushes the wrong policeman that chases him, but he escapes climbing up a building. Out of the blue, Mildred is convinced by her mother to visit Harold without previous notice and he pretends to be the manager of De Vore. When Harold overhears the general manager telling that he would give one thousand dollars to to anyone that could promote De Vore attracting people to the department store, he offers five hundred dollars to Bill to climb up the Bolton Building. However things go wrong when the angry policeman decides to check whether the mystery man that will climb up the building is the one who pushed him over on the floor.

Show is all ages.

Ticket are available for purchase at the theater box office on our fee free Wednesdays, from 1 pm to 7 pm.