The Goldstein House
Beverly Hills, CA

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Arvilla W.
$ 1250
15 hours
25 people
a year ago
The acoustics in this place were amazing! It was a great hall to rent for our choir concert. The host was really nice and responsive to all of our questions.
Donia R.
$ 2700
8 hours
15 people
a year ago
Beautiful place with great sound system. The stage was a little small but it was a great hall to rent for our year-end concert. More than enough parking and Andre was a great site manager.
Pharaoh E.
$ 900
6 hours
20 people
a year ago
We rented this hall for our soccer league awards ceremony. Everything went great! Good size stage, plenty of room, and the bathrooms were really nice. We’ll definitely rent this space again!
Lania A.
$ 780
6 hours
35 people
a year ago
Nice bar outdoor space with plenty of seating. The audio system was good and the site manager was easy to work with and very flexible with our requests. It was a good venue to rent for our show.
Jantzen M.
$ 4150
9 hours
50 people
11 months ago
Good venue to rent for a concert. The site manager was very gracious with our requests. The stage and bar area were really nice.
Jaime R.
$ 779
19 hours
65 people
11 months ago
The building was easy to find and had ample parking. Plenty of space with a decent sound system. Overall a really solid rental venue for a concert.
Lilburn H.
$ 656
16 hours
55 people
a year ago
If you’re looking for an affordable venue to rent on Old Hollywood this is your spot! Classy space with nice bar area and outdoor seating. Elena was a great host. Will book again!
Donnelle W.
$ 4800
18 hours
25 people
a year ago
Luxurious venue to rent for our acoustic concert. The acoustics were amazing. The bar area was super nice. Wood detailing throughout was simply gorgeous. I couldn’t have asked for more!
Roxann B.
$ 350
7 hours
20 people
a year ago
I needed to rent a venue for our end of the year concert but our budget was a bit low. Matt was super helpful and negotiated a great rate with us. The stage had good lighting and the space was super clean and well maintained.
Allyah W.
$ 2650
9 hours
20 people
11 months ago
Very classy place! Wonderful stage with a great sound system and wonderful acoustics. The place is just dripping with old Hollywood charm. A great venue to rent for a concert!

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7,200 sq.ft. versatile Victorian/modern DTLA space
From $85/hr
7,200 sq.ft. versatile Victorian/modern DTLA space
Los Angeles, CA
· superhost
Our venue is multi-functional, versatile and spacious. The 7,200 sq. foot space is divided into three smaller rooms in the front with a combination of exposed brick walls and luxurious wallpaper and chandeliers, and a large art gallery/ballroom-style space in the main hall with white brick walls, bow truss ceiling, polished concrete floor, four impressive chandeliers, a bar, stage and balcony. One of the smaller rooms in the front is designed as a Victorian-style boudoir, another a cigar room/library, and the third one a Victorian-style parlor/sitting room. The main hall's open space lends itself to a variety of set-ups, including long tables for weddings, product launch events, photography, music video and film shoots. With dozens of eclectic pieces of furniture and other decoration that come with your rental, you can dress up this place to make it your own. A staircase from the main hall leads to the balcony that is set up as a restaurant/VIP section. The rental also includes a club-style restroom with two men's and two women's stalls. A second restroom is a Victorian-style unisex, handicap accessible restroom. We would love to show you all the possibilities this venue can offer. Please contact me for a scout. USEFUL INFORMATION: The rates published on Giggster are solely for music video/film production. Due to COVID-19, we are very selective as far as booking events. We have A/C/heater in the front rooms and a swamp cooler in the main hall. We charge $10 per hour to run the A/C/heater. There is an additional charge for our state-of-the-art sound system and stage lights. We can discuss the rates during your scout. We open the doors at the start time you requested. Depending on our schedule, we may be able to grant you a 15-minute head start OR a 15-minute grace period to load out. Any additional overtime will be charged the hourly rate in half-hour increments. OUR RULES: Some of the art work at the venue can be used only with the artist's release. Please ask before you use them for your shoot. Please do not remove books from the library shelves. The floor is polished and lacquered and can be damaged and scratched easily. We ask that you not drag the furniture or props across the floor. Please return all furniture and props to their original place. It's best that you take before photos. We reserve the right to charge $50 to return items not returned to their original place. Please do not use tape that could damage the floor or the paint on the walls. Please ask for permission to drill or nail anything into the walls. Please ask before you plug into any electrical outlet, especially if your device may draw more than 10 Amps or 1200 Watts. Please make sure to return all props and other items you borrowed from the staff. Please confirm with staff that you have returned the items. There will be a restocking fee for some items you borrow. Please leave the venue as clean as you found it. We will charge for any cleanup required beyond simple detailing and trash removal. If you use glitter, we will charge a $100 cleanup fee unless you clean it up yourself. PLEASE NOTE: We do not allow the use of drugs during film or music video production unless they are used as props. No alcohol consumption os allowed during production. The number of people in your booking request should include all cast and crew, extras, guests, family members and anyone else who will be physically present inside the venue.
Intimate Red Seat Theater with Red Curtains
Intimate Red Seat Theater with Red Curtains
Intimate Red Seat Theater with Red Curtains
Intimate Red Seat Theater with Red Curtains
Intimate Red Seat Theater with Red Curtains
From $69/hr
Intimate Red Seat Theater with Red Curtains
Los Angeles, CA
· superhost
36 seat theater Film screen / projector / blue ray player 12 channel Sound systerm LED color lights / Classic theater stage lights SPOTLIGHT (temporarily unavailable) Red curtain / Red seats Black Box appearance Lobby Good For theater location / film / play / stand up comedy / improv / small intimate music performances / classes / workshops / etc.
Downtown Brick Warehouse with Bowed Wooden Beams
Downtown Brick Warehouse with Bowed Wooden Beams
Downtown Brick Warehouse with Bowed Wooden Beams
Downtown Brick Warehouse with Bowed Wooden Beams
Downtown Brick Warehouse with Bowed Wooden Beams
From $60/hr
Downtown Brick Warehouse with Bowed Wooden Beams
Los Angeles, CA
· superhost
We offer you a 2000sqft rectangular warehouse as a blank canvas for your creativity. White brick walls, large frosted windows, beautiful bowed wooden beam ceiling, car access, lot and street parking, brand new A/C. The hanging bulbs are Lifx RGBW LED bulbs that can be controlled through an app, allowing you to more easily create the vibe for your session. This space is perfect for: -Photography -Music Videos -Art Galleries -Live Events -Startup Pop-ups -Table Reads/Rehearsals
"My Dream Kitchen," says everyone.
"My Dream Kitchen," says everyone.
"My Dream Kitchen," says everyone.
"My Dream Kitchen," says everyone.
"My Dream Kitchen," says everyone.
From $110/hr
"My Dream Kitchen," says everyone.
Los Angeles, CA
· superhost
Excellent for all of your film or TV shoot, photoshoot, and location needs including hair and makeup HMU, fittings, cooking show, or production office. Open kitchen layout with working oven and stovetop from the 1950's, beautiful large marble countertop, double door refrigerator, large freezer, makers/prep space in the back, loading in and out area with parking surrounded by creative antiques that may be used for props. Many locations available, please inquire about the many other adjacent rooms we have in this 9,000 sq ft building. We understand each shoot or event is unique. Please contact us with your needs and we'll do our best to accommodate a custom price that works for you. Please Note: *Prices start at the listed amount. Pricing is subject to change at the owner's discretion due to: - the number of guests including cast and crew members, - extra space for HMU/ craft services/equipment overflow, - excessive scout visits - usage of props or other rentals, etc. - last-minute room changes or additional rooms being used. *No booking will be approved without a prior scout.

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About Los Angeles

Drenched in California sunshine, Los Angeles is one of the world’s most alluring cities, surrounded by endless stretches of sand and home to Hollywood, the United States’ central film industry hub.

Striking architectural landmarks such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall and The Broad contemporary art museum cluster in its Downtown area while the mansions of the rich and famous are hidden in the hills above. Los Angeles has long been a center for the entertainment industry, with an outstanding live music scene, world-class studios, and some of the nation’s best producers based here.

Production Options in Los Angeles

As a hub for live music, Los Angeles boasts no shortage of concert venues for hosting your next event. In addition to classic options such as theaters, event halls, and bars, you can also get creative by hosting concerts in private residences and film studios.

  • Homes

Home to sprawling mansions in a diverse range of architectural styles, it’s easy to find a private residence concert venue in Los Angeles. You can hold open-air parties next to the property’s pool or plan a more intimate concert in period-furnished drawing rooms.

  • Film studios

A purpose-built film studio is ideal for hosting music video shoots or recreating the live music experience on film. Los Angeles has plenty of options, with many offering wrap-around black curtains, lighting grids, and soundproofing to help you get the job done.

  • Event halls

Designed with concerts and large-scale gatherings in mind, event halls are a convenient option for hosting live music in Los Angeles. Select from opulent ballrooms or pillared church halls, as well as school gymnasiums.

  • Theaters

Equipped with all the sound and lighting production gear you need, theaters are an obvious choice as a concert venue in Los Angeles. In addition to vintage-style classics with plush red seats, you can also find intimate studios and contemporary theaters with state-of-the-art facilities.

  • Bars/Clubs

Many bars and clubs in Los Angeles are equipped to host live music and can be rented for private concerts on request. From 1920's New York-style dens to eclectic contemporary spaces, you can find a concert venue that suits your desired aesthetic. Many come equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, LED screens, and fully-staffed bars, as well as dressing rooms behind the scenes.

Famous Performances in Los Angeles

With iconic live music venues such as the Troubadour, the Walt Disney Concert Hall, and the Hollywood Bowl, it’s no surprise that some of the world’s biggest stars have performed in Los Angeles.

  • Elton John

“Rocket Man” made his U.S. debut at the Troubadour in 1970 and has since performed countless times in Los Angeles. His Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour hit the STAPLES Center in January 2019, marking the end of an era for one of pop culture’s most legendary performers.

  • The Beatles

The Fab Four performed at the Hollywood Bowl in August 1964 and August 1965, with the live recordings from these concerts compiled to create “The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl” album. Their penultimate live concert was also in Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium, the day before their final show at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park in 1966.

  • The Flaming Lips

In 2011, the American rock band The Flaming Lips played a two-night show at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, where some of the industry’s most famous names are laid to rest. In addition to live music events, the cemetery also hosts film nights, with the movies projected onto the white marble wall of the Cathedral Mausoleum.

Pros and Cons of Having Concerts in Los Angeles

While the pros of having concerts in Los Angeles outweigh the cons for most event organizers, there are a few things to keep in mind.


  • Energized audiences

With its large population and reputation as a creative hub, you’re always guaranteed to have fans willing to pay for live music concerts.

  • Diversity of venues

Los Angeles is second-to-none when it comes to the variety of available concert venues, ranging from hole-in-the-wall bars to sprawling outdoor venues under the stars.

  • Outstanding music producers

If you need a music producer to assist in hosting your event, you have some of the world’s best on your doorstep in Los Angeles.

  • Experienced crew

From sound engineers to makeup artists and stagehands, Los Angeles has an abundance of experienced crew members to ensure your event goes off without a hitch.

  • Favorable weather

Los Angeles’ beautiful weather means you’re unlikely to get rained out when hosting an outdoor live music event, and concert-goers are less likely to make the excuse that it’s too cold and wet to go out at night.


  • High costs of living

Los Angeles is one of the most expensive places to live in the United States, with housing more than 125% higher than the national average.

  • High costs of location fees

Location fees may also be higher in Los Angeles when compared to other cities in the United States.

  • Restricted dates and times

Due to the high demand for concert venues in Los Angeles, your first choice of date and time may not be available for hosting your event.

  • High permit fees

When scouting for your concert venue in Los Angeles, you need to keep in mind the permit fees that may be required at some locations and can be extremely costly.

  • Competition

With lots of great events and live music concerts in Los Angeles, the bar is set very high when it comes to audience expectations.

Famous Locations in Los Angeles

  • The Largo at the Coronet

Opening to audiences in 1989 as a Hungarian cafe, The Largo at the Coronet has gone on to become one of Los Angeles’ most popular seated theaters. It regularly hosts shows that blend music and comedy, with Jack Black’s famous band, Tenacious D, getting their start here.

  • The Roxy

After premiering the Rocky Horror Picture Show when it first opened, The Roxy has established itself as one of the premiere concert venues in Los Angeles. Names such as Guns N’ Roses, Bruce Springsteen, and Van Morrison have all played here while John Lennon and Alice Cooper were known to hang out in the bar above.

  • The Fonda

Despite hosting big names such as Katy Perry, Stevie Wonder, and the Black Eyed Peas, The Fonda can accommodate just 1,200 people within its theater-style space. It’s renowned for its intimate atmosphere, outstanding acoustics, and great views of the stage, whether you're in the standing general admission area or the seated balcony.

  • The Million Dollar Theatre

One of Los Angeles' oldest theaters, the Million Dollar opened in 1917 and has been hosting live performances and showing films ever since. The theater's stunning Spanish Colonial Revival architecture also makes it a popular filming location for movies, including Blade Runner and The Artist.