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New DTLA Venue the Moroccan Lounge Opens With a Punk Blast


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The Moroccan Lounge, the new concert venue from the people behind Teragram Ballroom, officially opened on Tuesday, Sept. 19, with a sold-out show by Canadian punk band PUP and local quartet Dimber. The venue, formerly the home of Little Pedro's, Bordello and One Eyed Gypsy, has been redecorated in a Moroccan/Middle Eastern theme, and the main room has been converted into an intimate black-box theater with a good-sized stage and great sound. All photos by Tyler Hagen.