The late Doug Weston opened the Troubadour in '57. The club has a kitchen and three full bars, as well as a balcony that looks down over the stage & dance floor. All ages. Play here & You've Arrived! Read more
In 1957 the Everett Ellin Gallery was located in this building, and exhibited prominent American artists. Learn about art in L.A. from 1945-80 in the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time exhibitions. Read more
Small enough to lend intimacy to singer-songwriters, but big enough for a raucous rock show. A favorite stop for musicians and arena headliners: Prince & Coldplay have previewed new material here. Read more
Get hooked up w/Loft passes & watch a show with a birdseye view...Afterwards hit Taco Bell on Beverly & La Cienega-it's open late and you can checkin on 4sq after 7pm to win Vans Warped Tour tickets! Read more
Opening in 1957, the legendary Troubadour club in West Hollywood has helped launch some of music's most talented artists. Greats such as Elton John, James Taylor & Tom Waits performed there early in their careers. It continues to be a destination for cutting-edge acts from around the world.