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How much is parking at the Greek Theater Berkeley?

There is limited parking in and around the Greek Theatre. All lots are controlled and operated by UC Berkeley Parking & Traffic. Please plan beforehand to allow for enough time to find parking. For disabled parking this is available at the Upper Hearst parking Garage, please be aware of the curbside drop-off area on Gayley Road.

How much is parking at the Greek Theater Berkeley?

Greek Theater Event Parking

During Greek Theater evening and weekend events, Parking and Transportation sells parking at these lots for $20: Foothill Lot (Hearst Avenue, east of Highland Avenue) Upper Hearst Structure (Hearst Avenue and La Loma Street)

Is street parking free in Berkeley?

Most parking spaces in Berkeley that are near the downtown areas and the university are metered or under the rule of the goBerkeley metered parking program. To find free parking spaces in Berkeley, simply visit this Berkeley parking map and look for parking areas near your destination marked 'free'.

Can you bring food into the Greek Theater Berkeley?

A: You may bring in personal seat cushions, small food items, sealed water bottles, empty refillable water bottles and small personal bags and backpacks. We encourage that you dress in layers and bring reusable water bottles!

What is Greek Theatre Quick Park?

In order to get a jumpstart on parking before the event, guests can use ParkMobile to reserve a parking spot in advance at various locations near the theater. ParkMobile lists all of the scheduled events at the Greek Theatre, and each event includes a list of available parking spots that guests can reserve.Apr 11, 2019

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What are the best seats at the Greek Theater?

What is Section A? Section A is the first level behind the Pit section on the seating chart. The first few rows of this level will get you very close to the performers and are some of the most desirable seats in the Greek Theatre.Jul 14, 2021

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How much is parking at Griffith Park?

Griffith Park parking fee ranges from $4 an hour to $20 a day, on average. Private garages and parking lots near the park will charge about $10 - $20 daily, while metered parking near the Griffith Observatory is $1 per hour. Griffith Park parking hours and rates can vary during holidays and peak seasons.

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How much is a parking ticket in Berkeley?

Berkeley issues about 247,000 parking tickets a year, according to a city report. California now takes $7.50 per parking ticket. A ticket for an expired meter will now be $43. A ticket for parking on a street sweeping day will be $98. Parking illegally in a commercial or passenger loading zone will cost $57.Oct 27, 2010

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Can you bring alcohol to Greek Theater?

No alcohol or any illegal substances may be brought into the venue. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased by persons 21 years of age or older with legal identification. Sales terminate at any time at the sole discretion of management.

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Do you have to be vaccinated to go to the Greek Theatre?

We comply with all COVID-19 related guidelines and requirements and encourage all attendees who can, to get vaccinated. Based on updated guidance, from Los Angeles County and the State of California, the Greek Theatre concerts will operate at 100% capacity for concerts.

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Does the Greek Theater have a curfew?

The Greek Theatre has a hard curfew of 11:00pm. Additional labor fees will be charged at a rate of $2,750 per one-half hour or portion thereof for events who's duration time exceed three and one half hours from the scheduled event time as indicated on ticket .Nov 10, 2016

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How does parking work at the Greek Theater?

Greek Theatre parking is very limited, including accessible parking which frequently sells out in advance. Designated parking is available for vehicles displaying a current state-issued disability placard or license plate. Accessible parking is on a first come first parked basis.

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Does Berkeley have free parking?

Most parking spaces in Berkeley that are near the downtown areas and the university are metered or under the rule of the goBerkeley metered parking program. To find free parking spaces in Berkeley, simply visit this Berkeley parking map and look for parking areas near your destination marked 'free'.

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What time do doors open at Greek Theater Berkeley?

A: The doors typically open 1.5 hours prior to show time, although this may vary from show to show.

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Where did Greek Theatre come from?

Greek theatre began in the 6th century BCE in Athens with the performance of tragedy plays at religious festivals. These, in turn, inspired the genre of Greek comedy plays.Jul 14, 2016

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Is Berkeley enforcing parking?

To ensure the safe and efficient running of the University, it is crucial to control and keep traffic moving on campus. Everyone who parks on the UC Berkeley campus must obey posted parking signs. ... Parking rules and regulations are enforced seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including holidays.

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What do you wear to the Greek Theater in Los Angeles?

Tips for Enjoying the Greek Theatre Los Angeles

Wear and carry layered clothing - it can get cool fast after sunset. And your backside will appreciate a seat cushion. Prohibited items include bottles (even empty ones), cans, coolers, food, beverages, baskets, recording devices, selfie sticks, and umbrellas.
May 13, 2019

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Can you bring water into the Greek Theater?

Bottled Water: One (1) factory sealed plastic bottle allowed per person. Guest can also bring in empty reusable water bottles.

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Why did Greek performers wear masks?

Masks served several important purposes in Ancient Greek theater: their exaggerated expressions helped define the characters the actors were playing; they allowed actors to play more than one role (or gender); they helped audience members in the distant seats see and, by projecting sound somewhat like a small megaphone ...

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What is seating like at Greek Theater Berkeley?

The flat floor area near the stage is called The Pit. The lower tiered sections A through F have folding seats. A row of concrete "throne seats" runs along the top of the first tier. The upper tiered sections - 1 through 10 - are backless, like sitting on large concrete steps.Jan 8, 2019

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