The Madison Square Garden Company acquired the iconic Forum in Inglewood, California in June 2012 and is currently revitalizing the historic venue, which is expected to open in January 2014 with three historic performances by the legendary Eagles.
MSG’s revitalization will create the largest and most important indoor performance venue in the country designed with a focus on music and entertainment. Architecturally, the interior of the bowl will be completely modernized and feature flexible seating, ranging from 8,000 seats to 17,500 seats, enabling the venue to attract a wide variety of events. Fans will enjoy one of the largest general admission floors in the country, with approximately 8,000 square feet of new event level hospitality offerings, including food and beverage, merchandise and restrooms. The new Forum will also offer exclusive spaces for VIP customers, including the historic Forum Club, which will be completely re-imagined with thematic music-inspired detailing.
The Forum was originally designed by renowned architect, Charles Luckman, who also designed The Garden. Since opening in 1967, the historic venue has played host to some of the greatest musical performers of all time, including The Rolling Stones, Eagles, The Jackson 5, Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin, Madonna, Van Halen, The Foo Fighters, Coldplay and many others.
MSG’s top-to-bottom revitalization of the Forum will ensure its position, once again, as a thriving destination for both artists and music fans. To learn more about the Forum revitalization, visit: www.theforumca.com