If you’ve ever been to an event at Catch One, chances are it involved a ton of music, dancing, and mingling with similarly energetic partygoers. This historical LA nightclub was established in the disco era of 1973. Currently, it’s a concert and event space that sits on the border of Koreatown and hosts a range of parties for a variety of audiences. There are five different rooms with a large enough layout that they sometimes host multiple events under the same roof. The best part about the venue is the dancefloor in the main room, where people aren’t afraid to dance the night away. A ticket to a Catch One event is a guaranteed good time in Central LA.
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1720 Warehouse • The Echoplex • Los Globos
Catch One Details:
You won’t find food inside but there’s usually a food truck or two out front. You can also always count on a LA Dog cart to save you at the end of the night.
You’re not going to find any craft cocktails here. It’s a standard club drink kinda place.
They host all types of live music events at Catch One–hip hop, dance, EDM, punk, reggaetón, throwbacks, the list goes on. You’ll have to check their site to see which days each event is happening and buy tickets ahead of time.
This multi-level event venue is home to a solid sound system and plenty of room to dance. You can buy bottle service, but most of the seating is open which is rare for a nightclub venue. However people don’t come to Catch One to sit around on their phones. The crowd usually shows up lively and ready to have a good time.
📸 Photo Ops:
No place for photos stands out in particular. You’re best off getting a selfie with friends under the disco ball.
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Catch One Info:
4067 W Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Varies depending on event
- Spacious dancefloor
- Unique range of events
- Multiple rooms and levels
- Drink lines get long
- Slightly sketchy neighborhood
- The stairs are rough if you're drunk on the way out