Liberate Hollywood is a wedding venue located in Los Angeles, California, that serves the surrounding region. This historical, unique location offers couples a memorable setting for their wedding events. They have many spaces couples can use to hold both large and small gatherings. Their staff promises to do their absolute best to help you have a great time you’ll never forget.
Facilities and Capacity
Couples may host up to 150 people at Liberate Hollywood for their wedding events, including ceremonies, receptions, and more. They have multiple rooms couples can choose from depending on whether you want an intimate or grand celebration. The Gaia Room is their retail space that comes with a stage; this intriguing space has exposed brick and a crystal floor, and is ideal for couples who want to host larger events. The Phoenix Room offers couples a smaller space that can be personalized to fit your wedding theme; the selenite crystal wall will definitely mesmerize and relax guests all at once.
Liberate Hollywood founder Cristina Dam and her staff want to make sure couples have a fantastic time at their venue. They will work closely with you to help you pick an event that truly speaks to you and fits your needs, as well as offer various services to help you emotionally and physically prepare for your big day. For more information and details about Liberate Hollywood’s services, couples may contact the venue directly.
Liberate Hollywood also comes with various other services that might attract guests, including hypnotherapy, past life regression, astrology, neuro-linguistic programming, and more. Interested couples may inquire about these services.
Established in 1962, Liberate Hollywood was once the former Hollywood Sound Recorders studio. The Doors, Prince, Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Natalie Cole, Madonna, and more once graced the halls of this venue, and now you and your guests can, too. Liberate Hollywood is currently a sacred, safe space dedicated to heal, liberate, and unite individuals.
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