18th & Grand: The Olympic Auditorium Story Has OC Premiere
Lauded by critics and fans, 18th & Grand: The Olympic Auditorium Story will make it Orange County theatrical premiere on Saturday, October 29th at 7pm at the Regal Cinemas at the Irvine Spectrum in partnership with Englebrecht Promotions & Events.
18th & Grand: The Olympic Auditorium Story, tells the story of Los Angeles through the distinctive voices and videos of wrestlers, boxers, skaters, and musicians who made their mark at this historic fight arena.
The premier will be shown in the largest theater in Orange County, the 529 seat Auditorium 21 at the Regal Irvine Spectrum. So don’t delay, purchase your $20 tickets at www.socafights.com. NOTE: Tickets will only be sold online, with no tickets sold at the theater.
The dynamic, hard-hitting documentary recalls a venue whose battles reflected the beauty and brutality of a divided city. From the dangerous combat of boxing to the dramatic theatricality of wrestling, roller derby, and music, the gritty punch palace at the corner of 18th& Grand was the most raucous show in town, drawing movie stars, mobsters, and everyday people.
Says Director Steve DeBro. “We’re thrilled to be able to work with Roy Englebrecht and his team to have the film screened in Orange County. So many great fighters and fans would make the drive from the OC to downtown to the fights – this time they won’t have to travel so far to see the action. They’re in for a great night.”
The premier will be shown in the largest theater in Orange County, the 529 seat Auditorium 21 at the Regal Irvine Spectrum. So don’t delay, purchase your $20 tickets at www.socafights.com.