Packed with history, The Lodge Room in Los Angeles California dates back as far as 1922. The venue was originally the Highland Park Masonic Temple, and this stunning historical significance remains intact.
Re-opened in 2017 as the music venue it’s known as today, The Lodge Room brings the best music to a unique space. The design of the venue ties together the age-old architecture with modern decadence to create a spectacular atmosphere. The Lodge Room hosts everything from comedy to the best national and international bands.
In February 2019, The Lodge Room collaborated with promoters Art Don’t Sleep to host a month-long event Jazz is Dead. Organized in conjunction with Black History Month, the event brought some of the world’s best jazz performers to the stage. Acts that performed over the month included Roy Ayers, Brian Jackson, and Miles Davis.
Other acts that have performed at the Lodge Room include Deerhunter, Tennyson, Angelo De Augustine, Crumb, Khruanghbin, Rhye, Novo Amor, Julia Holter, and many more.