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L.A. Live is a massive entertainment complex in the South Park neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles encompassing venues like arena.
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L.A. Live is a massive entertainment complex in the South Park neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles. The complex's first phase opened in late 2007, featuring Microsoft Theatre, the Xbox Plaza and a shopping plaza. The complex encompasses 5.6 million square feet of space, including ballrooms, bars, concert theatres, restaurants, residential areas and hospitality spaces.  

The opening of LA Live is credited with bringing life back to the Downtown LA area, driving tourism and local spending to support the city.

It is said that LA Live’s success inspired similar entertainment complexes across the country adjacent to sports venues, like TEXAS LIVE in Arlington and Patriot Place outside of Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts.  

Today, visitors from around the world visit LA Live to see concerts, attend sports games, learn about music history at the GRAMMY Museum and check out seasonal events like the annual LA Kings Holiday Ice at L.A. LIVE.  

Nearest Station
L.A. Union Station
800 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 763-5483
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Take Metrolink to L.A. Union Station

Take Metro D Line (Purple) or Metro B Line (Red) 3 stops to 7th Street / Metro Center station, and transfer to Metro A Line (Blue) Line for one stop to Pico station. 

Walk 4 minutes; 0.2 miles turning left from Flower Street onto West 12th Street and arrive at the destination. 

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Metrolink Weekends

Kids ride free!

Free train rides for up to three children 17 years old and younger on Saturdays and Sundays when accompanied by a fare-paying adult.

$10 Weekends

Ride Metrolink with the $10 Weekend Day Pass. Valid system-wide on either Saturday or Sunday.

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