Wiltern Theater

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Located at the intersection of Wilshire and Western, the Wiltern Theatre and Pellissier Building is an Art Deco building decorated with blue-green terra cotta tiles. It was originally built in 1931, called the Warner Brothers Western Theater, and was designed as a vaudeville theater.

Today, the Wiltern serves as a live-performance venue, hosting concerts and comedy shows. It is surrounded by a number of privately owned parking lots, where costs range from $8 to $20 per event.

As an alternative to driving, the Metro Purple Line subway is located directly across the street and shares six stations with the Red Line downtown.

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