Big Fish is the world’s largest live-music venue.
It’s home to many of the biggest acts in the world.
Now the company is asking for help renovating their iconic venue in a project that is also expected to be the largest entertainment center renovation ever.
On Wednesday, the company announced that they are renovating the entertainment center at the corner of Hylan Blvd.
and Bessette Rd. in Hollywood, California, with the goal of adding new LED lighting, a new sound system and even new stage areas for concerts.
The renovation of the entertainment complex is expected to take four years and includes a total of $3.2 million in funding, the entertainment company said.
The entire project will cost the company approximately $20 million, according to the entertainment giant.
The $1.2 billion renovation will also include upgrades to the building’s parking lot and the adjacent street.
The entertainment complex also will be renovated to provide an outdoor plaza for concerts and events and new amenities including a “live entertainment hub,” the company said in a statement.
The renovation will take place over several phases, starting with a $2.5 million project in 2019.
The Hylan Boulevard project, on the other hand, is expected not to be completed until 2021.
The original project, which was initially planned to be finished in 2024, was eventually pushed back until 2021, but construction on the project is scheduled to continue through 2021.
“This is an exciting opportunity for our company and for the surrounding communities to celebrate its 25th anniversary and celebrate our long history as a Los Angeles entertainment icon,” John Gorman, CEO of Big Fish, said in the statement.
“The Hollywood Center was designed to be a center of entertainment and entertainment excellence, and the renovation will honor our legacy and provide an unprecedented level of entertainment experience.”
The company’s new project will also offer new amenities for fans of live music, including a dedicated “live music hub” and a stage area, among other changes.
The company will also add more LED lighting throughout the venue.
“Our vision for the Hollywood Center has always been to provide a unique, one-of-a-kind environment that can be enjoyed by anyone and anyone can feel like they are at home,” Gorman said.
“We are very excited about the new project and the opportunity to bring the Hollywood Theater to life.”