Ballroom

A OTHER AT Fais Do-Do  ·  5257 W. ADAMS BLVD., LOS ANGELES, CA 90026

The Ballroom

Beautifully finished loft/warehouse space. Mid-City/West Adams area. 6,000 sqft of indoor space.

Design features include exposed brick, bow truss ceilings and and triple-sprung dance floors.

28x22x2ft platform stage, light board, sound board, flexible seating, and high ceilings perfect for aerial!

Pantry space available with ample counter space and refrigeration. Street parking. Wheelchair accessible. Bathrooms. Green Room.

Activities/Uses
Overview
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Starting at

$200/hour


$2,500/day

Space Type: Other

Maximum Capacity: 400 people

RATES

Hourly: from $200 per hour (min. 6 hours)
Daily: from $2,500 per day

Prices vary per event's needs and time frame. Please contact booking@faisdodo.com for more information

INSURANCE

Additional insurance is required on a case-by-case basis.

SECURITY DEPOSIT

The standard security deposit amount for this space is $500.00, though this amount may be adjusted at the venue's discretion.

CANCELLATION

Full Refund. If cancelled at least 30 days before the reservation, 100% will be refunded, less the 10% cancellation fee.

Partial Refund. If cancelled fewer than 30 days and at least 14 days before the reservation, 50% will be refunded, less the 10% cancellation fee.

No Refund. No refund will be provide if cancelled fewer than 14 days before the reservation.

SIZE

6000 square feet

MAXIMUM CAPACITY

400 people

  • Electrical Outlets
  • Stage/Podium
  • Wireless Internet
  • Projection Screen

FOOD SERVICE

We permit the use of outside catering services.

ALCOHOL

Alcohol is permitted on-site without any additional permits.
Soft alcohol (beer and wine) is available for purchase.
LOADING DOCK
No
FREIGHT ELEVATOR
No
HANDICAP ACCESS
No

PARKING

  • There is free street parking nearby.
The Venue

Fais Do-Do

Originally a branch office of the First Citizens Savings Bank and Trust, the architecturally historic landmark that now houses Fais Do Do was constructed in 1930 at the height of the Art Deco period in Los Angeles. As Los Angeles spread west, eastern industrialists, silent filmmakers, and other e...