SABAN THEATRE IN BEVERLY HILLS

The Saban Theater of Beverly Hills, originally named the Fox Wilshire, opened its doors on September 19, 1930.  Designed by renowned theater architect S. Charles Lee., the Fox Wilshire building serves as an interesting example of Lee's early Art Deco style. With its rich plaster work and heavy sculpture, this theatre is reminiscent of Lee's other early work like The Baroque Masterpiece,The Los Angeles Theater and The Tower. Lee would later become famous for his clean simple Art Deco lines with theaters like The Bruin and The Academy Theater.

Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, CA, The Saban Theatre is arguably one of the best indoor live music venue in greater Los Angeles area  that offers the highest quality production for artists and events alike. With the capacity near 2000, The Saban has hosted musical legends such as B.B. King, Don McLean, Engelbert Humperdinck, Kenny Rogers and many others. It is an all-genre venue that provides an intimate, live music experience for all music fans.

On April 12th, the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills will host the legendry Persian Pop/Folk recording artist, Ahmadreza Nabizadeh and his highly anticipated return to the stage."