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Zippyzg wrote a review Oct 2019
Aspen, Colorado22 contributions3 helpful votes
We went to the Mayan for a concert last week and had a great time. The venue was great and once they dialed the sound in even better!!!
Date of experience: October 2019
Edouard F wrote a review Nov 2017
Sao Paulo, SP4 contributions2 helpful votes
This place exists a lot time. Do not ages. And you can spot it on several Hollywood movies. Since my twitted I used to go there.
Date of experience: December 2016
Joe G. Bear wrote a review May 2017
Redondo Beach, California1,902 contributions267 helpful votes
I won tickets from 88.5 KCSN Radio (Thanks!!) It was a cinch to find parking (paid lot across from the theatre for $15, so get there early) and the theatre itself was quite nice, with its historical status and location in Downtown L.A. Just like Teragram Ballroom, its standing room arena (no seats on the floor) and any seating would be limited, located on the loft level. Opening act was a local Los Angeles Alt-Rock group 'Valley Queen' and I liked their style. Singer-Songwriter Laura Marling came on after 9pm, and she focused on performing new material from her new album "Semper Famina" which is getting heavy airplay on our local NPR Music stations like KCSN (World Cafe) and KCRW (MBE and 'Eclectic24' on 89.9 HD2). I was hoping to hear some more songs from her last album, including 'False Hope' (Marling stuck to mostly new material). The place was packed - but I had a good spot near the front, no issues at all. It's a small venue, so concertgoers had a relatively good view of the stage. Exiting was quick and I simply walked across the street to my car and exit to The 10 WB onramp just two blocks away. Overall, I enjoyed the concert and the ease of parking - unlike The Teragram concert in February. FOUR CLAWS UP!!!! Thanks 88.5 KCSN for the tixs and Thank You for reading my review. Joe G. Bear - Redondo Beach, CA and proud KCSN Member …
Date of experience: May 2017
Rockgirl416 wrote a review Nov 2016
lake in the hills, IL110 contributions52 helpful votes
I have been to a lot of concerts at the Ford Theatre in LA but never to the Mayan though I'd heard OF it. I'm glad I got to experience it! The parking situation is really convenient. I was lucky to get street parking near by as i came early but there are lots next to and across the street. One is $10, the other $15 but if you don't mind walking about 5 or 6 blocks, there is one for $7 down and around the corner so...there are options. The venue itself feels like walking into an ancient egyptian pyramid! I loved it! The sound was good too and what I also liked (though I've read some saying they don't) is that there's no alcohol allowed on the main floor when it's all ages. I don't drink and I don't care if others do but I DO care when they come on staggering drunk and start spilling their drink all over me so it was a nice relief knowing that would not happen! I hope I can see a gig here again the next time I'm in LA for a show! =o)…
Date of experience: October 2016
degan wrote a review May 2016
Seattle, Washington676 contributions96 helpful votes
We came for Lucha Va-voom, which would have been cool enough by itself but the decor of this theatre club really was special.
Date of experience: May 2016