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We attended a concert by The Motels during our stop in LA — awesome experience at a world renowned night club! The staff was excellent, sound and sight lines great, and prices fair. Highly recommended, especially for classic rock fans!
Ended up catching a show here while in town and it just felt so cool to be where some of the biggest bands ever did it. Beer was cold but a little let down that they didn’t have a single shirt left in M behind...More
Oooops, a drunken lead singer falling on his ass... seriously Michael, I know its the "fest" and we have to invite everybody we ever worked with, but your charity and loyalty shouldn't include drunks and guys who lost their voices. Every single guy you put...More
Grew up listening to rock bands that rolled through here...never thought I would get there but we did. Wow, it was an absolute great time and the band's even on a Monday night kicked ass! Pulp 90... Great small historic atmosphere. Staff were great and...More
Nothing exciting about the his place but the name. Closed during the day and not even a peek inside permitted. At night not much going on early evening on a Wednesday. Drinks over priced but can say I've seen it.
I flew to LA to see The Suburbs play at Whiskey-a-Go-Go. Had never been to the infamous club and was excited to check it out. The band sounded great and the room was full of dancing fans - great show, great atmosphere!!
Visited as this place is a rock n roll legend.
We just found it very sanitised and boring. Not much of a rock n roll vibe to us.
"Don't stand on the carpet if you're holding a drink, stay on the dance floor" etc.
My husband being an old "rocker" really wanted to see this place. We checked 1st, took a 1 hr bus ride ,hoping to go for lunch & look around. The place was closed with no hours or details posted. Poor website.
I used to go to the Whiskey when I was in my early 20's and that crowd will probably still like it. The drinks are pretty weak and overpriced and the bands are just on the OK side... I had out of town guest and...More
The real birthplace of Rock and Roll.
A historic place where many legendary bands played.
Perhaps the most famous is The Doors.
Yes, they played here in the 1960s.
The Beatles stopped in once and sat in one of the booths.
Here you will touch...More