UCLA Royce Hall

Row 1

340 Royce Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 825-4401
Concert Hall, Auditorium, Academic Building

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  • UCLA Live presents world-class performing arts with a global perspective, enhancing the experience by engaging, cultivating, and developing artists and audiences.
  • This architectural landmark and symbol of the campus is one of the first four buildings on the Westwood campus. Constructed in 1929, Royce Hall was modeled in the style of Romanesque Northern Italy.
  • The Doors performed back-to-back shows here in December of 1965. These dates were a couple of the first ever performances by the band.
  • The Doctoral Hooding will be held at Royce Hall on June 14 from 3 to 5 PM.
  • The School of Nursing will be holding its commencement ceremony at Royce Hall on June 16 from 8:30 to 10:30 AM.
  • The Luskin School of Public Affairs will be holding its commencement ceremony at Royce Hall on June 15 from 9 to 11 AM.
  • The Fielding School of Public Health will be holding its commencement ceremony at Royce Hall on June 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM.
  • The School of Dentistry will be holding its commencement ceremony at Royce Hall on June 3 from 10 AM to 12 PM.
  • UCLA is now Center for the Art if Performance at UCLA. @cap_ucla. A long name, bold vision and great live art.
  • absolutely one of the best university at the world,Los Angeles is more beautiful with UCLA.At least one time u must visit UCLA and then u will agree with me definitely .u will not want to study @UCLA?
  • On Bruin Day, 4/14, join us inside the campus signature building as Chancellor Gene Block speaks about UCLAs excellence and promising future. Programs begin at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.
  • UCLA Royce Hall is a MUST if you are @ UCLA... so take your time to visit! And go to the balcony, amazing view!!!
  • Balcony is great, but binoculars are recommended. Conveniently available for rent for $5 before the show.
  • Building's exterior composed of Italian elements. While very different in composition & near-symmetry, the towers make an abstract reference to those of famous Abbey Church of Sant'Ambrogio in Milan
  • Named after Josiah Royce, a California-born philosopher who received his bachelor's degree from UC Berkeley in 1875.
  • The 1800-seat auditorium was designed for speech acoustics (not music); by 1982 it emerged from successive remodelings as a regionally important concert hall & main performing arts facility of UCLA
  • The brick & tile is in the Lombard Romanesque style. Once functioned as main classroom facility. Symbolized UCLA's academic & cultural aspirations. The twin-towers remain the best known UCLA landmark
  • Beautiful hall
  • Tourists- please stop counting bricks and taking pictures in front of Royce. You're in the way.
  • Don't forget to look up while you're inside... the ceiling's part of the view in here.