The Pan-Pacific Auditorium was a landmark structure in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles, California. It once stood near the site of Gilmore Field, an early Los Angeles baseball venue predating Dodger Stadium. It was located within sight of both CBS Television City on the southeast corner of Beverly and Fairfax Avenue and the Farmers Market on the northeast corner of Third Street and Fairfax. For over 35 years it was the premier location for indoor public events in Los Angeles. The facility was closed in 1972, beginning 17 years of steady neglect and decay. In 1978, the Pan-Pacific Auditorium was included in the National Register of Historic Places, but eleven years later the sprawling wooden structure was destroyed in a fire.

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  • The Pan-Pacific Auditorium was a landmark structure in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles, California. It once stood near the site of Gilmore Field, an early Los Angeles baseball venue predating Dodger Stadium. It was located within sight of both CBS Television City on the southeast corner of Beverly and Fairfax Avenue and the Farmers Market on the northeast corner of Third Street and Fairfax. For over 35 years it was the premier location for indoor public events in Los Angeles. The facility was closed in 1972, beginning 17 years of steady neglect and decay. In 1978, the Pan-Pacific Auditorium was included in the National Register of Historic Places, but eleven years later the sprawling wooden structure was destroyed in a fire. (en)
  • L'Auditorium Pan-Pacific était un parc des expositions et édifice phare du à Los Angeles, Californie située au 7600 West Beverly Boulevard près du site du , un stade de baseball précurseur du Dodger Stadium. Pendant trente-cinq ans, il fut le principal lieu d'événements publics en intérieur de la zone de Los Angeles. Le lieu a fermé ses portes en 1972 et malgré son état d'abandon, il a été placé en 1978 dans la liste du Registre national des lieux historiques. Dans les années 1980, il a été détruit par plusieurs incendies avant d'être rasé en 1992. (fr)
  • O Auditório Pan Pacific (em inglês: Pan-Pacific Auditorium) foi um local de entretenimento da cidade de Los Angeles, na Califórnia, sendo inaugurado no ano de 1935. Foi destruído por um incêndio em 1989. Nesse auditório Elvis Presley desempenhou um de seus maiores momentos no ano de 1957, onde, de forma selvagem para a época, realizou um show super polêmico. (pt)
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  • The Pan-Pacific Auditorium was a landmark structure in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles, California. It once stood near the site of Gilmore Field, an early Los Angeles baseball venue predating Dodger Stadium. It was located within sight of both CBS Television City on the southeast corner of Beverly and Fairfax Avenue and the Farmers Market on the northeast corner of Third Street and Fairfax. For over 35 years it was the premier location for indoor public events in Los Angeles. The facility was closed in 1972, beginning 17 years of steady neglect and decay. In 1978, the Pan-Pacific Auditorium was included in the National Register of Historic Places, but eleven years later the sprawling wooden structure was destroyed in a fire. (en)
  • L'Auditorium Pan-Pacific était un parc des expositions et édifice phare du à Los Angeles, Californie située au 7600 West Beverly Boulevard près du site du , un stade de baseball précurseur du Dodger Stadium. Pendant trente-cinq ans, il fut le principal lieu d'événements publics en intérieur de la zone de Los Angeles. Le lieu a fermé ses portes en 1972 et malgré son état d'abandon, il a été placé en 1978 dans la liste du Registre national des lieux historiques. Dans les années 1980, il a été détruit par plusieurs incendies avant d'être rasé en 1992. (fr)
  • O Auditório Pan Pacific (em inglês: Pan-Pacific Auditorium) foi um local de entretenimento da cidade de Los Angeles, na Califórnia, sendo inaugurado no ano de 1935. Foi destruído por um incêndio em 1989. Nesse auditório Elvis Presley desempenhou um de seus maiores momentos no ano de 1957, onde, de forma selvagem para a época, realizou um show super polêmico. (pt)
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