A family heads to an isolated hotel for the winter where an evil spiritual presence influences the father into violence, while his psychic son sees horrific forebodings from the past and of the future.
2018 Gift Certificates and Season Passes are not valid for this event.
2 hours 26 minutes
PLEASE NOTE: This is a 21 and over event.
About Street Food Cinema: Special Edition
Singles Awareness Month is approaching and we have the perfect Valentine’s Day event for you! Valentine’s Day is on a weekday, and all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, so celebrate early by getting your loved one (and yourself) a ticket to THE SHINING, a Street Food Cinema Special Edition – Bloody Valentine’s. Step into one of LA’s most glorious theaters, PALACE THEATRE, which isn’t a hotel in the middle of nowhere, so don’t overlook the grand architecture and beauty of this theater built in 1911. Grab some red rum and specialty cocktails at our full bar, snap a perfect, lovely photo at the photo booth, and sway to the beats of our DJ. Make like an axe and swing by for a scary good Valentine’s celebration!
VIP Seating is a reserved section of the best seats in the house. Both VIP Seating and General Admission are first come, first serve. Parking not included.
THEATER VENDORS: Drunken Cake Pops & more!
About the Palace Theater
The Palace Theatre opened on June 26, 1911 as the Orpheum Theatre—the third home of Orpheum vaudeville in Los Angeles, but the first new theater built specifically for the popular vaudeville chain. The theater building was financed by local businessmen and included four floors of offices as well as stores on Broadway. Renamed the Palace Theatre in 1926, it became a silent movie house and later added sound. Later it became a home for Spanish-language films from Mexico and occasionally featured stage shows along with the films.
The Palace had something of a revival in the 1990s when it was rediscovered by preservationists and Hollywood studios. There were special film screenings and the theater became a site for filming movies and television shows. Unfortunately the theater could not sustain itself as a film house when the output of Mexican films dried up. The theater closed in the year 2000 and was sold to developer Tom Gilmore. He tried to revive the theater for four years, finally selling the building to the Delijani family in 2004.
In 2011, the Palace Theatre celebrated its 100th birthday, following a $1-million renovation that is destined to help restore the theatre’s status as a popular Los Angeles venue for concerts, live performances, special events, film screenings and more.
- Advanced Ticket Info
- General - $22
VIP Seating - $27
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- Door Ticket Info
- General - $27
VIP Seating - $32
- LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR starting at 6:30pm. Please Note: Door may be held at any time to allow for advance ticket holders to enter. If an event is sold out, we will announce on Facebook and Twitter.
- Doors 6:00
630 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90014
- Suggested lot parking at Pershing Square Garage - 530 S. Olive St., Los Angeles, CA 90014. Flat $7 for all day parking. Rates subject to change. Structure not owned or operated by SFC. Other nearby structures or lots may have cheaper prices.
- Red or Purple Line - Pershing Square Station