Madonna, known as the Queen of Pop, was one of the most popular international artists. She was born into a Catholic family and her mother was a staunch follower of her religion. She had an affinity towards dancing and dropped out of college to pursue a career in dancing. In a pursuit to chase her dream, she moved to New York, and to survive she had to engage in many odd jobs, which also included being a waitress and nude modeling. At the same time, she also carried on her dance training and participated in bands. Soon her talent got noticed and she got her first solo contract. She has created many records and registered her name in the Guinness World Record. She has been regarded as a style icon and some of her songs are believed to be classics. If you are her fan, you must follow the list of the best nightclubs in the USA that she guides!
Academy LA was the Hollywood home for Insomniac, the company best known for festivals like Electric Daisy Carnival. Parties here often spotlight niche styles of dance music through Insomniac brands like Bassrush (bass music), Dreamstate (trance), and Basscon (hard style). Recent events have included DJ sets from the likes of Paul Oakenfold, Morgan Page and DJ Snoopadelic. In the summer, Academy LA hosts a Sunday afternoon party on their ample patio and the venue does have a dress code.
Located on Vine Street near Hollywood Boulevard, Avalon Hollywood has a long and storied history in the neighborhood. It first opened in 1927 and has been known by a number of different names over the years. For decades, it served as a home for radio and television broadcasts, before morphing into the late 20th-century concert venue or dance club The Palace. Renamed Avalon in the early 2000s, the venue has become a cornerstone of LA's emergence as a dance music capital in the 21st century. Avalon has long been at the forefront of dance music trends, having booked artists like Skrillex and DJ Snake before they were famous, and remains a home for up-and-coming talent.
Dating to 1942, Boardner's was a classic LA bar, which was small, dark, and makes you feel like you have stepped into a Film Noir. It also boasts a dance club that caters to alternative tastes. Its flagship party is Bar Sinister, held on Saturday nights for nearly 25 years with a focus on goth and industrial sounds. Another long-running party was Blue Mondays, which starts the week with '80s jams in the main room and rotating themes on the patio. A newer weekly is its goth and industrial hump day gathering called Wenzday's Party.
In a past life, Gold Diggers was a bikini bar with a rep. That changed a few years ago when it was revamped as a bar and music venue, part of a complex that was also home to a hotel and a recording studio. The new Gold Diggers is home to both live music and DJ nights. With the latter, expect dance sounds that are outside of the mainstream. You might find DJs who specialize in styles like Italo disco or Armenian funk.
Whatever you were in the mood for, Houston Hospitality has your Hollywood nightlife needs covered, including the speakeasy-style No Vacancy, the magic-themed Black Rabbit Rose, 70s vibes at Good Times at Davey Wayne's, a trip to Havana at La Descarga, and Harvard & Stone, featuring live music, DJs and burlesque in a WWII inspired industrial venue.
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