1735 Vine St, Hollywood, CA | Directions 9002834.102720 -118.327153
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Neighborhoods: Central LA, Hollywood
Landmark Hollywood theater gets a second life as a popular live music and comedy venue. Go for the events, but don't forget to admire the architecture.
Too many little rooms – An historic venue and a source of happiness for many dance / electronic music enthusiasts.
What do I not like about Avalon, well to start with, its too big with distracting little rooms everywhere. Vice and Fire Marshals have a constant eye on this place.
If you don't like partying with teenagers, avoid Fridays and if you don't like partying with glue sniffing or acid smoking ravers then avoid Saturdays.
Avalon does score high in staging big name talent and pleasing the masses. Lets not forget the lights and sound system. Oh and its a great place for pick up an intoxicated one night stand.
If you insist on attending, then its best to attend with a big group so that you can stay safe within your own little party inside.
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THUR NIGHT TIGERHEAT IS A BLAST – MUSIC IS GREAT LOST OF PEOPLE 18+ GAY NIGHT LOTS OF ROOM TO DANCE AROUND 3 LEVELS
Citysearch Editorial Review – Hollywood's multi-purpose nightlife mecca the Avalon, owned by John Lyons, has hosted everyone from Prince to Daft Punk over the past few years. Before its rebirth, the Avalon Hollywood was known as The Palace and claimed bragging rights to infamous headliners including The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Nirvana, the Beastie Boys, Smashing Pumpkins and Soundgarden. On any given Saturday night, the club is packed with party people...both downstairs in the main room (where a crowd hellbent on dancing grooves until the early morning hours) and upstairs on beautifully restored balcony. During the week, the action is often at Avalon's hip sister lounge, Bardot, located atop the Avalon. Here you will likely see a celebrity or two, as actors such as Ryan Gosling have been known to drop by and DJ or just hang out under the Hollywood stars (the real stars, that is, as Bardot has an open ceiling and is technically outdoors; allowing for smoking under the sky).
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home of the djs – This place is like a home for all the djs to come and kick it, and of course spin some of the best music. The decor kind of reminds me of a gorgeous haunted house (if that makes any sense). There are a lot of live performances from music artists at the avalon. Lady gaga recently performed here. If you love to dance, check this place out.
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on friday nights they play a great mix of hip hop and techno! plus they always have a artist...mini concert or something.
Good times on Friday. – Last 3 friday nights we've been heading out to Avalon and throwing our own parties at the VIP area above the main dance floor. Very spacey and large venue, good crowd and DJ's.. DJ Mr.White usually spins and he never ceases to amaze. Service is very good, the bottle girls are nice, usually dont have a problem at the door. I dislike the fact they have nights where its 18+. Aside that the bouncers are a bit too strict on some things, clearly wanting to be tipped. But overall we have a great time everytime we attend. I would recommend this place if you're a fan of house/electro. Oh and most important THEY HAVE STOLI ELITE..Rare to find a nightclub that has that vodka on their menu.
Hollywood art deco landmark and former Palace location has reopened as a trendy megaclub. – In Short
First opened in 1927, this classic Hollywood venue has played host to everything from Judy Garland television specials to Beastie Boys concerts. Extensive renovations and posh additions have brought the art deco landmark into the 21st century--think minimalist, modern decor; an outdoor smoking lounge with its own bar; an entirely new upper lounge built over the existing balcony; reserved seating; and a private club-within-a-club called the Spider. The impresarios behind the venture are a pair of ex-East Coasters with a string of successes, including the Limelight and Tunnel in New York, and Axis and Embassy in Boston.
The right place for the right moment. – The trick with Avalon is that is a very special kind of club. It sometimes requires some planning. If you don't know anything about it, you will be disappointed (as some of the previous reviews have so eloquently pointed out). If you watch the calendar, you will be rewarded with some of the best techno on the planet. Where else can you catch Ferry Corsten, Infected Mushroom or Donald Glaude doing their thing? Yes, 99.9% of the crowd is usually f-ed up on something... but that IS the point. Whether you are heading over to to be part of the scene or retreat to the upper decks to people watch, Avalon has something for every kind of nightlife hedonist. Don't be so quick to write off the club because the cover is expensive or the lines are long. There's a reason people come back... again and again and again.
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