Over the years, many famous artists have appeared here, such as The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, The Doors, Elton John and many others.
The amphitheater was built in 1922 and to this day it looks more or less the same. It is built on the hills of Hollywood, not far above which stands the famous Hollywood sign. The shell that was built on the stage was built by architect Lloyd Wright. Although it was a great acoustic success, the audience did not like it, especially because it looked too modern for its environment.
In 1929 the dome, which became the symbol of the place, was built in the form of a large white hemisphere. When sounds like the movements of cars and airplanes increased over the years and hindered performances there, great efforts were made to improve the acoustics of the dome. In 2004, the new and larger dome that you see today was also presented. Inside it is a large ring on which the lighting and amplification equipment are installed for performances and television cameras. In addition, the rear wall that "breaks" the shape of the ball has been added to the dome over the years.