L.A. Pride Parade and Festival
Celebrity grand marshals lead a giant march that culminates in a huge festival that brings everyone in WeHo and beyond to party to DJs and enjoy the biggest names in dance music. .
Masterbeat New Year’s
No other city can compete with this mammoth party, which takes over one of the city's largest clubs and transforms it into a dazzling fantasy for thousands of revelers.
It may be on the Santa Monica Boulevard strip, but that's the only thing that makes it part of WeHo. This divey club is so anti-fashionable, it's fashionable — at least for those looking for something out of the mainstream.
L.A.'s premier dedicated gay dance club has a different event every night so check out the website before heading over.
The former L.A. Stock Exchange is a gargantuan, four-storey temple of EDM. The crowd is straight, but who cares when the DJs are brand-name headliners. This is the place where Skrillex and Diplo tried to set a world record for continuous spinning.