A place to unwind after a long some day is like an oasis in the desert. Your quest for a feel good break with nightlong fun, live music, nightclubs, gay clubs, comedy clubs, dance parties, bands and lots more can be easily accomplished in Los Angeles. We are delighted to introduce you to our insider's top 10 night clubs to soak in the best nightlife of LA.
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Music lover Angelenos can relate quite well with this place, which unarguably delivers the best music and dance numbers in the city. Do not be surprised if you spot a celebrity here, as Sound Nightclub is famous for impromptu celebrity visits. This fancy nightclub promises outstanding music and guess what, they triumphantly live up to their promise. Drop by and find it out yourself.
1642 Las Palmas Ave
Los Angeles Website: www.soundnightclub.comOpening hours:
Mon, Wed-Sat: 10pm-4am
Come party like a King at King King, and have a ball of a time amidst cabaret, theater and live music performances. The club's biggest focal points are the electronic music nights, when legendary house music pioneers like Mark Farina and Miguel Migs, drop in for some outstanding performances.
6555 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles Website: www.kingkinghollywood.comOpening hours:
9pm-2am most nights, varies
A chic Hollywood club in the making, Lure is all geared up to lure you with its bottle service and bodycon dresses. Yes, Lure has incredibly hot hostesses and slick pulsating LED walls decor, but the place also hosts some of the city's best DJs and acts. Here, you will get to see the sexy and liberal LA vibe at its best.Address:
1439 Ivar Avenue
Los Angeles Website: www.lurehollywood.com
A homey club to drop by, Echo is a place to listen to great music, while enjoying good slice of fresh pizza. And pump yourself up for a blast in the Funky Sole soul dance party every Saturday. Also, Sunday afternoons are special as the club hosts the Grand Ole Echo - free of cost and for all ages.
1822 W Sunset Blvd
Do not shy away, even if you are new to Salsa dance, for there's lots you can learn from those skilled salseros that flock the Wokcano Cafe, for Salsa Tuesdays. When the samba plays, with the amazing DJ spinning Latin classics from salsa and cha cha to bachata, who knows, you can bring out some beautiful hidden salsa moves. The open-air dance floor, ocean breezes, fruity cocktails will take the fun quotient a notch higher. Address:
1413 5th St
Santa Monica, CA - 90401
United StatesOpening Hours:
Doors: 08:00 pm - 01:30 amPrice:
$8 (includes lesson)
At Los Globos, you can dance till dawn from Friday to Sunday - an unrestricted dance license. But, hang on, this does not hold true, as long as drinking goes. This two leveled club, include a gay Latin dance club downstairs and some mindblowing Dj spinning happens upstairs. Address:
3040 West Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles Website: www.clublosglobos.com/CLG/Los_Globos
If you are bored with the usual American music and dance, El Cid, a glamorous Spanish club, will burn your boredom and will cheer you up with whatever you fancy. The place is famous for featuring flamenco dance dinner theater, from Friday through Sunday. You will also be delighted with its local musical acts, comedy, performance art and even short film screenings. Did you know that the controversial movie, "Birth of a Nation" was fimed here.Address:
4212 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles Website: www.elcidla.com
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