Looking for tips and information on Los Angeles nightlife? We have a few ideas for you, that will help you have a great time in LA after the sun sets.
First thing to remember is that as a tourist, you really must explore all the famous LA attractions while they are illuminated. Locals might see this every day, but you only have the chance during these few days that you will spend in the city… so you’d better enjoy it – the sights are incredibly beautiful! Dedicate one night for some L.A sightseeing, and then spend the rest of your nights like the locals, in LA’s most fashionable bars and clubs. Check our night offers for more ideas on how to get the best of LA at night.
For some great music and atmosphere, you should head to the Farmers Market. Thursdays are Jazz Nights with a variety of styles from Latin and hip hop to country and contemporary music. Fridays are all about an eclectic mix of music including salsa, rock n’ roll, swing, Brazilian and reggae. All market restaurants, groceries and shops are open during the shows, so you can shop and dine while enjoying terrific bands. And the best bit is? All performances are free!
Nightlife in Los Angeles – Clubs, Pubs & Bars
The celebrity hot spots in the city are top ranked clubs such as Avalon, Chateau Marmont’s Bar Marmont and Drai’s Hollywood. Maybe you will spot a mega-celeb over there? Perhaps, otherwise, you could join one of the most entertaining tours ever: a guided night out in selected bars combined with some celebrity gossip. Check our star and bar tour for more details. To learn about other tours, we suggest you watch our guides, on free attractions in LA and on the money saving city pass.
Looking for more ideas about nightlife in the city? LA’s nightclub scene is always alive and growing. “Hollywood Club Mood” is a great place for drinks and dancing, also Las Palmas which is very close is always an exciting adventure. The Kress is a newly renovated modern multi-level paradise offering a bar and lounge, restaurant, nightclub and a rooftop lounge revealing 360-degree views of the Hollywood Hills. Level 3, a dance club in the Hollywood & Highland Center is very unique and has a very modern look. Further east, Elevate Lounge lets clubbers dance among Downtown LA’s tallest skyscrapers, while The Mayan and Conga Room at L.A. LIVE offer salsa, meringue and other Latin-style dance rhythms just about every night.
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