So You Think You Can Dance Los Angeles Facts and Information:
So You Think You Can was founded by Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe. It debuted on July 20, 2005 on the Fox network. Mimicking American Idol, this exciting show features aspiring dancers from all over the U.S. and gives them a platform to show us their best moves. The contestants on the show range from being a total unknown to those who have won national championships already. All must fight their way through a strenuous audition process and at the end only ten to twenty dancers remain. The styles are of personal preference and they vary greatly from one contestant to another.
So You Think You Can Dance was the No.1 rated show in the summer of 2006. The very first season was hosted by Lauren Sanchez. However, since the second season and onward Cat Deeley has been the host of So You Think You Can Dance. In the short time since the shows debut, countless spinoffs have made their way across the world. So You Think You Can Dance has been shown in New Zealand, Ukraine, Turkey, Israel, Canada, Germany, Greece, Poland, Malaysia, Norway, Belgium, The Netherlands, South Africa, UK, Australia, Portugal and more. The show has had an unprecedented level of success and both contestants and tickets are in high demand.
Every season So You Think You Can Dance holds auditions across the U.S. in much the same fashion as American Idol. In the past winners competed for a chance to win prizes, ranging from money to cars, and even guest spot on television shows as a dancer. So You Think You Can Dance has won five Emmy Awards for Outstanding Choreography and seven Emmy's out of sixteen nominations total. They have also won two of five Teen Choice Award nominations.
So You Think You Can Dance premiered with ten million viewers and was the No. 1 summer show on T.V. However, since the introduction of its competing show America 's Got Talent, the show fell from its throne. Still, it remains today as one of the strongest shows on the network. Now you can catch this ground-breaking show by ordering your So You Think You Can Dance tickets at www.BarrysTickets.com Visit our site and order your So You Think You Can Dance online and take advantage of early access today!
Nokia Theatre LA Live Los Angeles Parking:
With over 20,000 parking spaces available for Nokia Theatre patrons, your So You Think You Can Dance event parking is simple and easy. Parking garages and rates are as follows:
Nokia Theatre East Garage (under 2 hours)
First 90 minutes $5
Every half hour after $5
FREE before 11AM with validation
Nokia Theatre West Parking Garage (over 2 hours)
Before 3PM: $8 flat rate
After 9PM: $10 flat rate
Nokia Theatre event parking: $10-$25
So You Think You Can Dance Nokia Theatre LA Live Directions:
The Nokia Theatre LA Live is located in central downtown Los Angeles directly across from the Los Angeles STAPLES Center .
105 E to 110 N
Exit Pico/ 10 W
Right on Chick Hearn Ct. to Nokia Theatre
From San Fernando Valley :
101 S to 110 N
Exit Olympic Blvd. and turn Right
Right on Francisco St. toward Nokia Theatre
From San Bernardino :
10 W to 110 N and follow directions from 110 N above
From Orange County and San Diego
405 N to 110 N and follow directions from 110 N above