The Roxy Theatre
Time Out says
Posted: Mon Sep 17 2012
In its 30-plus years as a Sunset Strip stalwart, the Roxy has been both a major player (hosting early Springsteen and Guns n' Roses shows) and a disappointing has-been (insert name of horrible '80s hair band here). Now that the Roxy has settled comfortably into middle age, the club offers metal, punk, indie rock, singer-songwriters and the occasional local up-and-comer. The tables offer the best views, but the sightlines from the standing risers are fine—and closer to the bar.
The Roxy Theatre 9009 W Sunset Blvd
between San Vincente Blvd & Doheny Dr
What's on at The Roxy Theatre
Indie rock, Alternative rock
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Rock & roll, Alternative rock
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