Whether you’re the next big star or a nervous newbie, Los Angeles has the perfect karaoke stage for you! From Downtown to Koreatown and the Westside, sing your heart out at these fun karaoke spots.
PALM TREE L.A.
Modeled after Japanese “karaoke boxes,” Palm Tree L.A. takes karaoke to the next level with swanky private rooms, a full menu, bottle service and bold party lights. Korean, Japanese and English songs fill Palm Tree L.A le viagra naturel.’s song lists and each of their rooms come equipped with high quality sound equipment. Order a pitcher of soju and let the power ballads flow at this Koreatown hot spot.
CAFE BRASS MONKEY
Every night is karaoke night at Cafe Brass Monkey. Leave your worries at the door and get to unleash your inner rock star at one of L.A.’s favorite dive bars. This funky Koreatown hotspot draws diverse crowds with top notch karaoke selections, specialty cocktails & a high-energy atmosphere.
SoopSok (pronounced “Soup Soak”) has been the biggest Karaoke studio in Los Angeles since 1986. This Koreatown hangout allows guests to choose from an extensive list of classic jams and the latest chart toppers in four different languages. Each of their 20 Karaoke rooms are equipped with light-up tambourines, surround sound and plasma screens, making it a good choice for small get-togethers and big parties alike.
MAX KARAOKE STUDIO
If you’re not quite ready to sing in front of a crowded bar, rent a private room with a group of friends at Max Karaoke in Little Tokyo. Open ’til 3 a.m. on weekdays and 4 a.m. on weekends, songbirds can rock out till the wee hours of the night and choose from an eclectic song catalog with English, Kpop and Jpop hits. Although Max Karaoke doesn’t have a bar, patrons can BYOB for a small fee of $1 per person. Check out their additional locations in Downtown L.A. and Torrance.
CHIRP KIDS KARAOKE CAFÉ
Who says grown-ups get to have all the fun? At Chirp Kids Karaoke Café in Pasadena, creative kids aged toddler to tweens and parents alike are invited to sing, dance and play. Chirp features a colorful stage for karaoke, a dress-up station packed with boas, hats and costumes, and a café. Bring the kids to one of their interactive themed nights or even book a private party!
Located across the street from Sony Studios, Backstage Bar has been serving booze and classic pub grub for the past 75 years. Head to this unpretentious neighborhood hangout Thursday through Saturday for one of L.A.’s best karaoke nights. With a massive song library, multiple mikes and a lively crowd, Backstage Bar is the perfect place to finally debut the songs you’ve been practicing in the shower.
Boardwalk 11 is always looking for bad singers and good drinkers. With over 50,000 sings to choose from and a stacked drinks menu, karaoke aficionados will find all they need and more at this low-key Culver City dive bar. Located in a strip mall, Boardwalk 11 offers aspiring singers the chance to sing their hearts out seven days a week.
Westsiders take the stage at The Gaslite, located in Santa Monica. The ultra-divey hot spot draws a diverse crowd every night of the week ranging from eccentric regulars to college grads. If you need a little liquid courage before you take the stage, The Gaslite sells beer by the bucket!