The Roxy Theatre
The Roxy Theatre is a legendary music venue located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, California. Regardless of its West Coast locale in California, it is known by music lovers all over the world.
Of all the famed locales in Los Angeles, nothing typifies the city’s ever-evolving and “anything goes” aesthetic like the Sunset Strip. Since Lou Adler, Elliot Roberts and David Geffen opened its doors in the fall of 1973, The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood has chronicled a storied history unlike any other venue the city has to offer. Adler was responsible for bringing the stage play “The Rocky Horror Show” to the United States and opened its first American run in 1974 the year before it was made into the movie “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood has hosted hundreds of other famous acts such as Bob Marley, Bruce Springsteen, X, David Bowie, Neil Young, Warren Zevon, Frank Zappa, Nirvana, Brian Wilson, Tori Amos, Foo Fighters, Meat Loaf, Guns N' Roses, Van Morrison, Arcade Fire, Lykke Li, Jane's Addiction, Jay-Z, Bad Religion, Joan Jett, & NOFX.
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500 Standing Room Capacity
200-250 Floor Theater Style Capacity
98 Banquet Rounds Capacity (with a dance floor)
114 Banquet Rounds Capacity (without a dance floor)
Stage, Sound + Lighting
3 Dressing Rooms
Elevated VIP Area
Concession Style Bar Food