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Whisky a Go Go
Live Music Venue$$$
Today 9:00 am – 2:00 am
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8901 Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069, United States
8901 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaWest Hollywood90069
(310) 652-4202whiskyagogo.com
$$$Live Music Venue, Night Club
Live Music Venue
Night Club
Cocktail Bar
Today 9:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 9:00 am – 2:00 amTuesday 9:00 am – 2:00 amWednesday 9:00 am – 2:00 amThursday 9:00 am – 2:00 amFriday 9:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 9:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 9:00 am – 2:00 am
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Venerable nightspot hosting live rock bands & other acts in a compact, no-nonsense setting.- Google
"What a historic venue, I absolutely love going to this venue for Rock show!"
"Great setting for Local Bands."
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Jay Edwards
2 months ago
I've never been to the Whisky to see a show...only to play shows for others with previous bands I've been in. This place has so much history and it's weird to think of all the bands that have blessed this stage. The staff at The Whisky have always been easy to deal with for me and my bands...maybe because we're not assholes. For small local touring bands, this place is a pay-to-play spot. You have to sell a number of tickets to get a slot. We opened up for Powerman 5000 and a few other bands there and it didn't seem too much of a problem to sell a few tickets and get some people there to see you. The sound is pretty good and the sound guy was cool enough to let me use my vocal processor (not a lot of venues like that). All in all it was a great night and everything went off without a hitch. Tip: Go up a block to The Rainbow Room for pre-show shenanigans!
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Tari White
8 months ago
I hate to sound like an old hag, but is it always standing only? I mean I know, you come here to watch shows, you might be on your feet anyway, but I don't like dealing with cutters and random people prancing around me. I want my own darned space bubble. Also - is there designated parking? Or should I just circle around for a bit figuring it out? Also - is there reason why plastic drink cups of barely-there liquor are so pricey? C'man man. I don't know - maybe I'm just not hip as the cool cats these days, but I steadily wished for a better venue than this. Old, in need of renovations/improvements, and quite a few other things - I'll skip a show here the next time a friend asks. My old lady butt enjoys a space bubble and a decent drink.
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George McQuade III
11 months ago
I attending Whisky a Go Go during a teen concert for my client Dance Moms and was amazed at the size of the place in Hollywood. It has a great stage for bands, huge floor and also a great balcony with seating for about 75 people. It has great light, access and parking and history with music giants in Hollywood.
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Suze Diaz
3 months ago
great venue for bands in the heart of it all
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Miranda Keala Priestley Norris
6 months ago
I wouldn't say this is the greatest venue in town, but it is definitely worth coming for a show every once in a while. Minimal, reserved seating on the ground floor. Not sure about the seating situation upstairs. I'm no stranger to venues with cement floors, but for some reason, the night we were here to see My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, I was very uncomfortable. I felt a lot of pressure in my back, so be mindful if you have any back/lower body problems.
Bruce bob
7 months ago
Great setting for Local Bands. Good sound and environment! Looking forward to June 24th with Fozzy and Local Band Eyes of One featuring Casey Moss and Andy Weissberg!
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jose ibarra
a year ago
This venue is terrible for all metal or any rock related genres. They don't let you crowd surf or you get kicked out. I know they are concerned with people's safety but come on. This is my least favorite venue and the pit area is really small. I will only go to shows here if there aren't any more Anaheim, Los Angeles, Pomona, or Santa Ana shows.
Assaf Loya
a month ago
great experience for rock lovers