The sound on the Strip goes up to 11.
The Sunset Strip is known for a lot of things, but dialing it down isn’t one of them. So whether you’re rubbing elbows in The Viper Room or rocking out at the House of Blues, you’ll be making noise at any of these iconic clubs. So much for being courteous to your neighbors.
House of Blues
The Los Angeles arm of this venue taking its cues from the sounds of the American South lives up to its hallmark: an intimate space for big bands with awesome sound – The House of Blues.
Whisky a Go Go
A landmark on the Strip since opening in 1964, the Whisky a Go Go has played a defining role in the careers of some of rock’s most influential artists, like former house band The Doors. The Whisky continues its legacy as a launching pad for emerging artists and a home away from home for some of the world’s biggest bands.
The Roxy Theatre
Founded by the same folks who brought you the Whisky, The Roxy Theatre is every bit as symbolic of the LA music scene. From the venue’s first performer—Neil Young in 1973—to today’s audio vanguard, a long roster of monumental performances has enshrined the Roxy in Sunset Strip history.
The Viper Room
This nightclub made a name for itself in the early 90s as Johnny Depp’s dingy hangout for the Hollywood elite. Today The Viper Room trades mostly in metal, punk, and alternative rock, and has a BIG sound for a small club.