The Greek Theatre’s parking lot served as a command center for the Los Angeles County Fire Department during the blaze that, at press time, had consumed more than 800 acres of the country’s largest urban park.

Nederlander Concerts CEO Adam Friedman confirmed to Pollstar that “so far we are OK.” Three shows were scheduled at the Greek in the days following the fire’s eruption: Loreena McKennitt, Keane, and Modest Mouse. Nederlander Concerts manages the venue.

The May 10th Loreena McKennitt concert was moved to the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk, and a spokeswoman for the Greek Theatre said the status of the Keane and Modest Mouse shows would be “day-to-day” until conditions stabilize.

Even though other buildings in the area were evacuated in the fire’s wake, Greek Theatre staff remained onsite, providing support for firefighting crews including use of land telephone lines, water, food and other amenities, according to the spokeswoman.