On 16 July 1935, the Vogue Theater was unveiled on iconic Hollywood Boulevard to a glittering crowd of Angeleno socialites.
In 2009, this timeless theater was transformed into the world-renowned live entertainment landmark known now as supperclub LA, part of the global supperclub family with locations in London, Amsterdam, San Francisco, Istanbul, and Dubai, helmed by one of Los Angeles' leading sophisticated hotspot creators - Boulevard Nightlife Group - to connect the current generation of Angeleno socialites and stars with the best of the delicious decadence that famous Hollywood has to offer.
The best DJs, musicians, and performers in the world grace the stage at supperclub LA each night as we celebrate life!
- "Art has never tasted so good" -
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SOUND embodies a nightlife experience that captures the eclectic, yet unmistakable style and energy of those unique individuals who define contemporary art, music and culture in Los Angeles. Blending modern décor with raw, industrial touches, SOUND presents modern creative concepts from iCrave Design, such as an expansive sunken dance floor, elevated DJ booth, spacious private tables with unparalleled sightlines to the stage, and cutting edge audiovisual and lighting designs throughout.
Highlighted features of SOUND’s 8,000 square foot space include: multiple full-service bars, gourmet kitchen, oversized booths and recessed seating with premium bottle service, changeable silk display panels on the club’s facade, and a first of its kind Funktion One sound system. Projection screens with state-of-the-art video servers are also strategically placed throughout the club, and will display custom content designed by V Squared Labs. Additionally, the outside entrance of the venuewill serve as a canvas to showcase one-of-a-kind local and international artist installations, rotating art and artist quarterly.
To further amplify guests’ nightlife experience, patrons of the club can also indulge in an extensive menu of gourmet “street food-inspired” offerings that are available throughout the night. The cuisine features a gourmet interpretation of popular street foods including panini, sandwiches, seasoned fries, tacos and sliders that can be ordered tableside, or at the custom walk-up food bar. Much like the artist rotations, the menu will be another constantly evolving aspect of the venue, with new palates every quarter created by both local and celebrity chefs. All of the menu items are crafted to be completely portable and hand held so guests can easily feed their cravings while partying the night away.
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