GAMeBoi LA Memorial Day Weekend (18+) AfterHours
This event sells out every year. Presale ticket purchase STRONGLY suggested!
* AfterHours till 4am!
* Extended EDM Hr from 1am to 4am!
* GAMeBoi LA Resident VJ LaRock & DJ Jason (main floor)
* GAMeBoi LA Resident DJ Ernie Pearl (back room)
* Guest EDM DJs Robbie Robero & Italics
GAMeBoi LA is an 18+ event. Please bring a valid government ID.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Printed Ticket is one option. However, we encourage you to go paperless! Download the eventbrite app!
What is the refund policy?
All sales are final. ^_^;
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Message us on our facebook fan page, here.
When & Where
GAMeBoi (produced by ClubLife) is the longest running and most recognized 18+ gay Asian dance party drawing thousands of attendees in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
GAMeBoi nights attract a social, influential, and aspirational audience weekly in Los Angeles and monthly in San Francisco with its diverse array of music (top 40, hip-hop, EDM, and Asian pop) high-definition video projection, fully staffed and stocked bars, the newest and hottest go-go boys, and exclusive performances.
With an audience that constantly searches for the new, the now, and the next, GAMeBoi has become a premier US debut platform for popular K-Pop/J-Pop artists. GAMeBoi offers the only one-stop shop for Asian party life and pop culture in its markets, filling a need for an emerging demographic looking to build its social network and cultural prowess.
What makes GAMeBoi so special? With a diversity in music, multicultural attendees, and our continuous dedication and celebration for the pan-Asian LGBT community, GAMeBoi is the place for young cosmopolitan club-goers who think globally and influence locally. GAMeBoi’s West Hollywood location is also the only Friday night 18+ club, attracting college students from across Southern California. With a commitment to contributing to its communities, over its 12-year history GAMeBoi has been recognized with the Gay Asian Pacific Support Network’s “2013 Pacific Bridge Award” and fundraised over $40,000 over the years for the AIDS Walk Los Angeles.