The Fonda Theatre History
You are welcomed with your name in lights on the original marquee and walk into a stunning entryway adorned with over a hundred sconces leading you to an ornate bar. The walls are filled with a mural by an established painter Hieronymus Bosch, depicting his masterpiece painting The Garden of Earthly Delights. A checkered dance floor leads you up to a stunning emerald velvet curtain that frames the stage.
The balcony provides an intimate view, there is truly not a bad seat in the house. The rooftop is a hidden gem that features an original speakeasy from the 1290s. It is a one of a kind location where you can view the Hollywood skyline.
Keeping with that tradition, The Fonda Theatre re-opened in 2012 and has hosted performers such as Pearl Jam, Black Eyed Peas, Katy Perry, Radiohead, Stevie Wonder, Black Crowes, Tom Petty and Metallica to name a few.
The Fonda Theatre's history and character create the perfect setting for award ceremonies, film/tv shoots, corporate meetings, private parties, and banquet dinners.