Lure Hollywood Friday Nights
Lure Hollywood Fridays
Lure Hollywood is a see-and-be-seen mega club that drops major Vegas style glitz into the heart of Hollywood Friday nights.
Address: 1439 Ivar Ave, Los Angeles, CA
Phone: +1 (310) 749-9029
Event Date: June 2nd, 2017 DOORS 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM
We dare you to resist the intoxicating pull of LURE Hollywood on June 2nd, 10pm to 2am. Join us for another excuse to get dirty and flirty on the dance floor powered by top DJs! If you’re craving the best of VIP clubbing, you’ve come to the right place. Call your friends. And navigate your way to cool clubbing L.A.’s Lure.
Bottle ServiceReservation RequestVenue ProfileWhat to WearParty Scene
Lure Hollywood · VIP Table Minimums
Small table located in the back of the club near the bar.
VIP Table in the main room of the club. 2 bottles of Ketel One Vodka.
Main Room Table (Special #1)
VIP Table in the main room of the club. 2 Premium Bottles of Choice (ie. Ciroc, Grey Goose, Belvedere, Don Julio).
Main Room Table (Special #2)
VIP table on dance floor close to DJ stage.
Dance Floor Table (Large)
Elevated, VIP table on the stage and adjacent to DJ.
Bottle Service Menu
Lure Hollywood · How Can We Help?
Simply fill out the form below to submit your VIP RSVP directly to LURE. We will send you a confirmation and keep you in the loop each step of the way. Plus our services come at no cost to you.
Watch as one of the most unforgettable nights of your life unfolds … with top DJs spinning sick beats and a sexy and sophisticated decor you can’t help but give into cool clubbing L.A.’s Lure. If you do not hear from us within 24 hrs, give us a call at +1 (310) 749-9029.
Lure Hollywood · Venue Profile
Lure exudes that classic Vegas-party life vibe with a splash of the epic L.A. nightlife thrown in. Not just a nightclub, this venue also acts as an intimate concert venue, but more often than not, the entertainment consists of BIG NAME entertainment artists like Migos, Trey Songz, Travis Scott, Wiz Khalifa and more.
Entering Lure is like entering into the game of Candy Land, but for adults. The décor is consistently modern and contemporary, but magical to boot. You’ll just have to see it to believe it.
With dancers on stages and in plastic half circles hanging from the ceiling alongside the globe-like beaming lights, this place gets crazy. The crowd really gets into the music. And who wouldn’t as LED walls and laser lights hit the mark with each beat while fog machines shoot from the ceiling.
It’s vibrant, colorful and absolutely off-the-hook. Not the ‘sip and people watch party,’ but rather it exudes the ‘guzzle your glass and get on the dance floor’ vibe. You’ll feel the up-tempo energy of this place and the crowd from every angle.
Venue Floor Plan
Lure Hollywood · Dress Code
- First off, What’s not allowed? As you now know, just because it is against the formal dress code doesn’t necessarily mean it won’t occasionally get through the door. Furthermore, dress codes are often overlooked if you show up with a very stylish look. Still, be mindful that these are things that are universally “not allowed” per official dress codes: baggy jeans, sports hats, tennis shoes, shoes that are considered too “sports like,” shorts, cut-offs, jerseys, and beanies.
- What about denims or jeans? Jeans are completely acceptable at every club in LA. You just want to make sure that your jeans look good, as most L.A. top clubs frown upon torn, rugged jeans. Also, you shouldn’t try to walk in wearing really baggy jeans. You will get rejected. Probably even laughed at. Bad idea.
- What about my shoes? You are always safe with leather and dress shoes. You can even occasionally get away with low profile “tennis shoes” as long as they are solid black, if they look dressy enough and don’t have any huge logos on them. Have some trendy kicks that you want to wear out? Officially, they aren’t allowed, but most L.A. top clubs are relaxing the rules on shoes if you compensate elsewhere in your outfit. Have on a STYLISH collared shirt, tie, jacket, nice pants with your fashionable sports shoes? Technically speaking it’s against the “rules,” but you might be just fine.
1439 Ivar Ave