Set in the historic stock exchange building in downtown Los Angeles, Exchange LA is the hottest new dance venue in the city and features several levels of dance floors and bars.

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Exchange LA is a hot new dance club in downtown LA located in the historic building of the former Los Angeles Stock Exchange. With an emphasis on electronic music, hip hop and Top 40 tunes, this swanky venue attracts a diverse crowd that comes for the Funktion One sound system, state-of-the-art visuals, six full bars and high-energy party atmosphere.

Set in the grand and stately building of the former Los Angeles Stock Exchange, Exchange LA is the site of some of the wildest dance parties around. A new epicenter for electronic music and hip hop, Exchange LA boasts four floors of party space, six full bars, an amazing Funktion One sound system and more ladies’ restrooms than any other club in the city. Centrally located in downtown LA with classy decor and a gorgeous marble staircase, the nightclub’s main room features a spacious dance floor under a vaulted, hand-painted ceiling that makes the venue feel airy and open, even when the place is packed. Bottle service is available in this opulent club, which also features a huge LED display for visuals, plenty of lasers and mirrors and a fog and confetti machine. With a swanky, upscale vibe, Exchange LA provides sleek lounge areas, VIP rooms, a big balcony over the dance floor and a convenient smoking patio. Full of young people, hipsters, Asian students and the occasional adult, this dance-friendly venue has a mixed crowd that comes for the high-energy house music, hip hop and Top 40 tunes. Combining historic architecture with cutting-edge modern music, Exchange LA offers something new for the jaded Angeleno crowd.

Interesting Facts

The Los Angeles Stock Exchange originally opened for trading on January 5, 1931 and the first transaction was for 200 shares of Claude Neon Electrical Products – items that would no doubt fit well in the current dance party venue!

Tips

If you are having a birthday party or other special event, you can rent out special VIP areas like the Sky Loft Lounge or Rockefeller Room – or rent out the whole club – and enjoy personalized bottle and table service, expedited entry and more.

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618 S Spring St, Los Angeles

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TitleBASSRUSH DTLA
Age21+
Hours10 PM - 2 AM
MusicBass music
Dress CodeNo sandals or flip-flops. No shorts. No ratty or baggy jeans. No baseball hats or beanies. No white t-shirts. No tanks/ sleeveless shirts. No hooded sweatshirts. No jerseys.
TitleAwakening
Age21+
Hours10 PM - 2 AM
MusicEDM
Dress CodeNo sandals or flip-flops. No shorts. No ratty or baggy jeans. No baseball hats or beanies. No white t-shirts. No tanks/ sleeveless shirts. No hooded sweatshirts. No jerseys.
TitleInception
Age21+
Hours10 PM - 2 AM
MusicEDM
Dress CodeNo sandals or flip-flops. No shorts. No ratty or baggy jeans. No baseball hats or beanies. No white t-shirts. No tanks/ sleeveless shirts. No hooded sweatshirts. No jerseys.

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