An acoustically stunning 1,800-seat theater built in 1929
Modeled after Milan’s San Ambrogio Church, constructed in the tenth and eleventh centuries, Royce Hall was named for philosopher Josiah Royce. It was built in 1929 and was one of the first campus structures. The theater in Royce Hall has played host to a veritable who’s who of performing artists, from George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, and Jimmy Dorsey’s band to Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic, Twyla Tharp, Frank Zappa, Mikhail Baryshnikov, the Philip Glass Ensemble, and many more.
Plan your visit
10745 Dickson Ct., Los Angeles, CA 90095
Directions by car: From Sunset Boulevard, turn south on Royce Drive and proceed through the two stop signs to access levels 1, 2 and 3 of parking structure 5. The parking structure is on your right.
Rideshare / Guest drop-off: The rideshare drop-off is located at the flagpole at 10745 Dickson Court. Note: Some rideshare companies use the 340 Royce Drive address. That address will take you to the back of Royce Hall and to the lower lot. If you get dropped off there, head south and up the stairs to the front of Royce Hall.
Prepurchase a Bruin ePermit online: We highly recommend a Bruin ePermit for anyone parking for a Royce Hall event. Visit the Bruin ePermit Portal online and scroll down to expand UCLA Royce Hall. Select your desired event and follow the prompts to purchase parking.
Payment kiosk in parking structure 5: Buy your parking permit at the payment kiosk located in structure 5 on level 6 (top level) and level 4 (next to the pedestrian bridge). Have your license plate number and a credit card available. Be mindful that there are only two kiosks on those levels, which may increase the time it will take you to get inside the venue to the show!
Use the ParkMobile app: Install the ParkMobile app on your phone and purchase your parking on the day of the event from your smartphone. Enter zone number 2552 (this event code will be valid for parking three hours prior to the event).
Our friends at Plateia have some great offerings for CAP UCLA patrons. If you are attending one of our events, you can grab dinner or drinks there before walking up to the theater. There are also many offerings in Westwood Village, no matter what you're craving, so come early and make a night of it.
Face coverings: Using a CDC-approved mask (including N95, KN95, KF94 or FFP2) is strongly recommended whenever you are inside the venue. Free masks will be available should you need one.
Contactless ticketing: We strongly encourage all guests to purchase tickets online in advance. All tickets will be delivered by email from the UCLA Central Ticket Office following your purchase.
Hand-sanitizing stations and cleaning protocols: Hand-sanitizing stations are offered at campus entrances, elevators and other high-traffic areas. Additionally, seats are cleaned and disinfected after every event, and high-touch areas are cleaned and disinfected throughout the day.
COVID-19 symptoms: If you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms prior to a CAP UCLA performance, please stay home. We will exchange or refund your ticket. Everyone, including the artists, will thank you.
An inherent risk of contracting COVID-19 and other contagious diseases remains present in any public venue. CAP UCLA cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to or contract COVID-19 during your visit. When coming to UCLA or a CAP UCLA venue, patrons do so at their own risk of exposure.
Accessible seating: A variety of accessible seating is available at all campus venues. Please indicate specific seating needs when placing your order. For any ADA needs, including assisted listening devices, please email us at email@example.com. In addition to wheelchair spaces, Royce Hall is equipped with select aisle seats that have folding armrests to make transfer easier for those with mobility limitations. For accessible seating, please request a transfer seat.
Assistive listening: Royce Hall is also equipped with an assistive listening system. To check out a headset, please provide any member of the house staff with your driver license.
Accessible parking: Accessible parking spaces in structure 5 are located on level 4. For oversize vehicles, please use level 6. If possible, indicate parking needs when ordering tickets.
Late seating: There is no late seating for performances at our venues unless specifically authorized by individual artists in advance of the performance. In that event, late seating will occur only at a suitable time, at the discretion of the house staff. Latecomers may not be seated in their assigned seats to avoid disruption or distractions during the performance. Refunds on parking and tickets for latecomers will not be accommodated. No advance notice will be provided for any deviation from the late-seating policy, so all ticket holders are advised to arrive fifteen to twenty minutes before curtain.
Photography: Photography, video and the use of any recording equipment, including smartphones, is strictly prohibited at all times in CAP UCLA’s venues. Press photography must be approved in writing by a CAP UCLA representative. Send requests to cover an event in advance to our press team.
Cell phones: All devices must be silenced before the start of the performance.
Children: Children over the age of five are welcome to attend most events, and regardless of age, they must have a ticket. Infants on laps are not permitted. Inquire about the age appropriateness of specific events when purchasing tickets.