Who owns the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles?
Al Malaikah Auditorium Company
|Location||665 W. Jefferson Blvd Los Angeles, California|
|Owner||Al Malaikah Auditorium Company|
How old is the Shrine Auditorium?
96Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall / Age (c. 1926)
Who built the Shrine Auditorium?
In 1906 The Al Malaikah Shriners built the original Shrine Auditorium to serve as a civic center as well as their home base and clubhouse. In 1920 a fire burnt the building down in just 45 minutes.
Who performed at the Shrine Auditorium?
Shrine Auditorium Concerts (Updated for 2022)
|Sep 27, 2019||Hot Chip||Shrine Auditorium|
|Sep 26, 2019||AJR / Tessa Violet||Shrine Auditorium|
|Sep 21, 2019||Lenny Kravitz||Shrine Auditorium|
|Aug 27, 2019||Daniel Caesar / KOFFEE||Shrine Auditorium|
How many people can the Shrine Auditorium hold?
6,300Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall / Capacity
What is a Shriner and what do they believe?
Shriners are distinguished by an enjoyment of life in the interest of philanthropy. The approximately 525,000 member organization has a buoyant philosophy which has been expressed as “Pleasure without intemperance, hospitality without rudeness and jollity without coarseness.” Shriners are men who enjoy life.
When was the Shrine Auditorium built?
Built in 1926, the Shrine Auditorium is a huge music and entertainment venue and also the headquarters of the Al Malaikah Temple, a division of the Shriners. The current building replaced an earlier Al Malaikah Temple which was constructed in 1906 but destroyed by a fire in 1920.
What do Shriners do?
What is Shriners Hospitals for Children? Our unique health care system, which has 22 locations in three countries, is dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing pediatric specialty care, conducting innovative research, and offering outstanding teaching programs for medical professionals.
What events are held at Shrine Auditorium?
The Shrine has hosted many prestigious events such as the Academy Awards, the Grammy’s, the SAG Awards, People’s Choice Awards, BET Awards and more. The Shrine Auditorium and Expo Center compr more… Win Entered! Enter to win a pair of tickets!
What is the difference between the Masons and the Shriners?
Shriners have temples; Masons have a Blue Lodge or Craft Lodge. Members of the Masonic lodges are required to learn about their fraternity and earn a series of Masonic degrees. When a member has completed the third and final degree he becomes a Master Mason and is then eligible to become a Shriner.
What religion do Shriners follow?
Shriners must profess a belief in God — the Jewish, Christian or Muslim God. They claim to affirm religious tolerance, patriotism, freedom, charity and integrity. The Shrine officially adopts Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief and truth.