The Moroccan Lounge

901 E. First St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Opened in September 2017 by the same folks who run the Teragram Ballroom, the Moroccan Lounge is an intimate, 250-seat club located by the L.A. River in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles, just a little east of Little Tokyo. In addition to the room for concerts, which has a small stage, there is an adjoining lounge with a full bar. Age limits and cover prices vary.

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