Conga Room

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The Conga Room is a Los Angeles nightclub located at L.A. Live that focuses on salsa and Latin music.


Inside the Conga Room

Beginning in 1998 as a venue for salsa music performances, The Conga Room expanded its booking to incorporate artists in other genres: pop/rock, EDM, world beat, jazz, and hip hop. As it outgrew its old location, the club reopened on December 10, 2008 at the L.A. Live district in downtown Los Angeles.[1] The new club, with 15,000 sq ft (1,400 m2) and a capacity of about 1,000, is nearly three times the size of the old club.

The club has hosted record launches, movie debuts, award shows and after-parties for various entertainment, social, political and sporting events. It hosted the press conference that announced the 2001 Latin Grammy Award winners.

The Conga Room is co-owned by Jimmy Smits, Jennifer Lopez, Paul Rodriguez, Sheila E., Amaury Nolasco, Baron Davis, Trevor Ariza, and

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  1. ^ Johnson, Reed (December 7, 2008). "The Conga Room at L.A. Live is thinking big". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 16 March 2013. 

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Coordinates: 34°02′43″N 118°15′56″W / 34.04523°N 118.26550°W / 34.04523; -118.26550