Hammer’s free FIFA World Cup screenings are scheduled to take place in 2 locations around the museum.* Each venue offers a unique experience.
In the Annex, experience a large, 12’ x 6’ high definition projection and robust sound system in a black box theater space. Food and drinks are welcome in the Annex, and families with youngsters will feel right at home in the relaxed “come and go as you please” atmosphere.
Billy Wilder Theater
For full immersion and ultimate reverence, visitors will love watching the high definition action in our darkened, state-of-the-art Billy Wilder Theater with a 35 foot wide screen!
Food and drinks are not allowed inside the theater.
Food and Drinks Specials at AMMO
The regular weekend menu, as well as a selection of World Cup-inspired specials, can be purchased at AMMO.
AMMO World Cup Specials:
Palma Louca Brazilian Lager $6
Brahma Brazilian Beer $6
Stewed Pork or Chicken Tacos $2.5 each
Fresh made chips with Vinaigrette Salsa $4
Round of 16
Saturday, June 28 | 1PM (Colombia vs Uruguay)
Sunday, June 29 | 1PM (Costa Rica vs Greece)
Tuesday, July 1 | 1PM (United States vs Belgium)
Saturday, July 5 | 1PM (Netherlands vs Costa Rica)
Tuesday, July 8 | 1PM (Brazil vs Germany)
Wednesday, July 9 | 1PM (Netherlands vs Argentina)
Play-off for 3rd Place
Saturday, July 12 | 1PM (Brazil vs Netherlands)
Sunday, July 13 | 12PM (Germany vs Argentina)
Don’t forget, admission to Hammer’s galleries is also free for everyone. Check out our museum-wide exhibition of 35 local artists and collectives, Made in L.A. 2014.
*Venues subject to change. Please ask any of our Visitor Experience Representatives to direct you to the available venue of your choice.
View photos from the screenings here.
ALL HAMMER PUBLIC PROGRAMS ARE FREE.
Parking is available under the museum for a flat fee of $3.
All Hammer public programs are free and made possible by a major gift from the Dream Fund at UCLA.
Generous support is also provided by Susan Bay Nimoy and Leonard Nimoy, the Simms/Mann Family Foundation, The Brotman Foundation of California, Good Works Foundation and Laura Donnelley, and all Hammer members.