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Open since 1957, The Troubadour has a long history of bringing some of music's greatest performers to the limelight in West Hollywood. From musical artists like Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, and Neil Young to comedians like Cheech and Chong, David Chappelle, and Richard Pryor, The Troubadour is no stranger to great talent. Today, most guests listen to outstanding musical performances as part of the standing-room only crowd, but the showroom balcony and a select area next to the showroom bar offer intimate sitting space. TV displays stream on-stage action into the VIP loft and front bar, so no one misses the show!

Utrip Tips

*Check out their website to see who will be on stage while you're in town. The show times and prices vary depending on the artist.

*We recommend that you buy your tickets in advance, shows sell out frequently.

*Local Expert Chris Martins says: "John Lennon was tossed out for heckling the Smothers Brothers. Charles Bukowski met his wife after a reading here. The Eagles wrote a song about it called 'Sad Cafe'. Legend."

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