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Thank You to Our Major Donors and Sponsors

Grand Vision Thanks Our Supporters

Crail Johnson Foundation
Jerico Development 
California Arts Council
Councilman Joe Buscaino 
LA County Arts Commission
City of LA Department of Cultural Affairs
Dwight Stuart Youth Fund 
Natl. Endowment for the Arts
Supervisor Janice Hahn
Norris Foundation
Malaga Bank 
US Bank 
Nederlander Concerts 
Port of Los Angeles  
Boeing Employees Community     Fund 
Bettis Insurance
Bravo Music School
A. J. Khair Construction 
Dougherty Company
Fred Allen & Linda Grimes
Harbor Breeze Cruises
Rancho LPG
SA Recycling

Thank You to
Our Supporters

Grand Vision Thanks Our Concert Program Advertisers
Holland Partner Group/550 Harbor Front, Rotary Club of San Pedro, Skypark Preferred Family Care, Big Nick's Pizza
Harris Realty, Pappy's Seafood
Port of LA, Tim & Connie McOsker, We Mail For You
AltaSea. Andy & Renee & Hard Rain, Atteberry Group,
Baramee Thai Restaurant,
Beach City Brokers, Bob Bradarich (ReMax), Nick Warnoc/Farmers Insurance
Ryan Blaney/Bolomini International, Urban Feet 
Media Sponsors 
Daily Breeze 

Thanks to Councilman Buscaino & The City of Los Angeles for Donating Generously to Love the Lobby.

Box Office Hours
Grand Vision Box Office Hours are Monday - Friday
from 10 AM to 6 PM  
(310) 833-4813

To view Warner Grand Seat Holder Interactive Map, scroll down on this page.


DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, San Pedro
Our Hotel Partner!

The DoubleTree by Hilton San Pedro / Port of Los Angeles Harbor offers comfortable & convenient accommodations to guests who wish to create an overnight get-away experience when attending our performances!


Grand Vision

We Are:

The official Friends Group to the historic art deco Warner Grand Theatre in downtown San Pedro, California.

The Grand Annex, a 150-seat cabaret concert venue down the street from the Warner Grand.

Meet the Music, a free educational program which introduces music to Harbor Area students.

A welcoming place to volunteer and get involved!


Concerts Canceled March - May 1 at the Grand Annex

To Our Grand Annex Audience:
We deeply appreciate your support of our programming and we value you and your health. Following the Governor and LA City Mayor's directives, the Grand Annex will cancel concerts at the Grand Annex, from Saturday, March 14 to Saturday, May 2, 2020. More information about refunds and exchanges will be provided to ticket holders by email. We will make every effort to reschedule these concerts at a later date. arrow

Open Mic Night was Virtually Lovely

April's First Thursday Open Mic Night Took Place on Zoom

Thanks to Open Mic Night organizers Gisselle Ruiz and Analiz Castillo for presenting a warm and engaging Open Mic Night on Thursday, April 4th that let us forget about the pandemic for at least a few hours.

Over fifty people tuned in and twenty performers signed up for their 5 minutes "on stage." Most performers sang and accompanied themselves on guitar. There were covers, originals and one poet chimed in. In keeping with the moment, the tunes were thoughtful, lovely, and some a little sad. Thanks to Jackson Greer, Liz Lopez, Chris Huff, Analiz Castillo, Keji Sojobi. Joselyn & Don, Lee De Young, Robert Brandin and many others for sharing your musical talents. And our host Gisselle (who is also Grand Vision's Music Education Coordinator) was cool, calm, collected and a beautiful singer too.

The audience offered virtual claps and thumbs up, and filled the chat box with words of love and appreciation. Thank you to all who participated, for helping to recreate the warm Annex vibe of music and community. More virtual events coming soon! arrow

Warner Grand Theatre Gets Lighting Revamp

The historic Warner Grand Theatre, San Pedro's opulent Art Deco gem, is ready to move into a new era of spectacular events, with help from Kinetic Lighting.

The full lighting package, funded by the City of Los Angeles at the strong encouragement of Councilman Buscaino, offers the Warner Grand Theatre multiple benefits, not the least of which is a far superior entertainment experience.

Not only that, but the theater will cut its stage lighting power costs dramatically - possibly as high as 90%. The venue will also save on both the labor and the cost of lamps because change lighting looks is completely digitized. The upgrade to color-changing fixtures eliminates the need to cut and use gel in fixtures; moving lights allow for fewer lights to be hung for specials; and motorized zoom on the pars means no need to change lenses.