|Jan 24||7:00 PM||Celebrating David Bowie: Sting||Find Tickets|
|Jan 25||7:00 PM||Celebrating David Bowie||Find Tickets|
|Jan 28||7:00 PM||Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls with The Arkells||Find Tickets|
|Feb 4||7:00 PM||Dashboard Confessional||Find Tickets|
|Feb 14||7:00 PM||Angel Olsen||Find Tickets|
|Feb 19||6:30 PM||Alter Bridge||Find Tickets|
|Feb 24||7:00 PM||KROQ Presents AFI - The Blood Tour||Get Details|
|Feb 24||7:00 PM||AFI with Souvenirs||Get Details|
|Feb 24||7:00 PM||AFI||Find Tickets|
|Feb 25||7:00 PM||KROQ Presents AFI - The Blood Tour||Get Details|
The Wiltern Los Angeles is an indoor theater located on the city's famous Wilshire Boulevard. Immediately recognizable by its extraordinary Art Deco architecture, the Wiltern Los Angeles first opened on October 7, 1931. Back then, the venue was known as the Warner Brothers Western Theater, and was especially popular as a place to see vaudeville acts. Today, the Wiltern Los Angeles holds a spot on the National Register of Historic Places, and has been named a Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument. The Wiltern Los Angeles is currently operated by entertainment venue giants, Live Nation. Florence and the Machine, Elvis Costello, Rob Zombie, James Blunt, the Deftones, Marilyn Manson, Stevie Nicks and Elbow are just some of the stars who have featured on The Wiltern schedule in the past. Stellar acoustics, ornate interior decor and an eyecatching exterior; the Wiltern Los Angeles has it all. For all the latest news and up-to-date information on what's on at the Wiltern Los Angeles, make Eventful your source, and check out the Wiltern schedule above.
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