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Eagles Hotel California The World’s Largest Vinyl Record

The Forum in Inglewood California now has the world’s largest vinyl record in honor of multi-platinum band The Eagles, who will perform at the Forum later this month as part of the venue’s re-opening celebration. This album is a 407-foot-wide printed vinyl disc – which actually spins at 17 miles per hour and was constructed by a crew of over 75 workers – in honor of the venue’s $100 million renovation effort.

Built in just 10 days by Glendale-based promotion company Pop2Life, the nation’s only 120-foot aluminum truss circle is composed of 250,000 square feet of printed vinyl and over 50,000 pounds – about 25 tons – of materials, with letters as tall as the iconic Hollywood sign. It’s quite impressive and very cool!

The Eagles will be the first performer featured at the Forum since renovation efforts began last year after the Madison Square Garden Company bought the 17,500-seat venue in 2012. Checkout the video below, pretty cool!

The Eagles will be the first performer featured at the Forum since renovation efforts began last year after Madison Square Garden Company bought the 17,500-seat venue in 2012.

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  1. Adam L says:

    Wow this is really cool. LA has it together, thanks for posting this!

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