When was the last time you got an all access pass? We’re not talking VIP seating, we mean on the stage, back stage, in the moment, living the performance access. That’s what a new exhibit from photographer Erik Voake brings guests when it opens Jan. 28 at The Celebrity Vault.

“Roxy 365: A Year At The Roxy Theatre” features photos from a plethora of memorable performances at The Roxy. Full of moments captured on stage and behind-the-scenes, the exhibit offers guests an all-access view of this legendary Sunset Strip venue.

“So many careers were born here and many more will be made in the future,” noted Voake. “No where else in the world can you get so close to Ozzy, Jack Black, the Jonas Bros, Keith Urban, Dolly Parton — these were all people who played or were in the audience over the year I took these photos.

“The Roxy Theatre is a family owned and operated business in the heart of the world famous Sunset Strip. Seeing all these famous people walking in the front door of this place in just one year is a true testament to the influence and value that The Roxy has to the entire entertainment industry.”

“Roxy 365” will be on display at The Celebrity Vault (located at 345 N. Canon Drive in Beverly Hills) Jan. 28 – Feb. 3. An opening reception will take place Jan. 28 from 7 – 11 p.m. featuring music by DJ Biggunz. Attendees are also invited to attend an after party at On The Rox following the reception.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of photographs will benefit The Painted Turtle, which provides a camp for children with life-threatening illnesses.

For more information about Voake, please visit www.erikvoake.com.

Photo: Jack Black at The Roxy Theatre, part of the "Roxy 365" exhibit.


–C. Kemp