a sophisticated SCREENING & event experience
in a LEGENDARY hollywood setting

 

 Post 43 in 1929

Post 43 in 1929

One of Hollywood’s most legendary hideaways has been reinvented to become the destination for screenings, bespoke events and unforgettable experiences. Come revisit the golden era of Hollywood against a newly imagined iconic backdrop: Post 43.

The storied clubhouse of American Legion Hollywood Post 43 has been redesigned to be one of the city’s most desirable venues in the city when nothing short of exceptional will do.

 Post 43 Auditorium in 1929

Post 43 Auditorium in 1929

Guests of events held at Post 43 will be joining the ranks of Hollywood royalty like Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth and Mickey Rooney. Grab a drink at “Bogie’s Corner”—where Humphrey Bogart was a regular in the Art Deco Bar, one of Hollywood’s best-kept speakeasy secrets since its beginnings (David Bowie’s 2013 music video for The Next Day was filmed in this notorious setting, as was 2009’s Chris Pine Star Trek reboot).

Today, the three-story, 30,000 sq. ft. landmark celebrates its approaching centennial by reopening its doors to introduce a remarkable space that revives its Hollywood legacy. The exclusive venue has been reimagined by a new generation of award-winning architects and event designers, with its historic 6,000 sq. ft. theater now outfitted with state-of-the-art picture, sound and digital technology to continue its iconic legacy today.

The Post 43 clubhouse offers a historic backdrop for private events ranging from large-scale screenings and summits to intimate talks and dinners.

 Post 43’s Legion Theater today

Post 43’s Legion Theater today