Swingtronic Speakeasy w/ Live Swing Music [Upstairs]

Swingtronic Speakeasy at The Airliner featuring live swing band TBA

Swingtronic Speakeasy
Resident DJ Professor Watson
Craft Cocktails
8:15pm Beginning Swing Dance lesson with Professor Watson & Chelsea Beach
Band 1st set starts at 9:00pm
Parking available
Dapper and Dolled dress code requested.


CRETIN HOP presents TENEMENT RATS Record Release Party w/ Black Mambas & Special Guest DJ Annaliese Replica [Adv Tix $6, upstairs]

Los Angeles’ Biggest Rock N’ Roll Discotheque on Saturday September 17th, 2022 in Los Angeles

Celebrating their long awaited album, Sods Law. Tenement Rats will blow the roof off with the high energy rabid punk anthems!

PLUS the always venomous Black Mambas!

As well as Cretin Hop DJ’s Roger Mars & RIck Barzell spinning the best in 50’s-70’s Rock ‘N’ Roll for your dancing pleasure!

Special Guest DJ:

Annaliese Replica – Hailing all the way from Australia

Starts at 9pm

$6 Advanced / $10 Day of show

Dirty Laundry Comedy Show feat Alice Wetterlund, Melody Kamali, Carmen Christopher, Dana Donnelly, Felicia Folkes + Brian Bahe [Upstairs]

Join host Morgan Miller for the return of Dirty Laundry in the brand new showroom Upstairs @ The Airliner! Featuring comics from Comedy Central, HBO, Adult Swim, Conan, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

$10 online / $15 at the door

Make sure to get there early for the Airliner Happy Hour from 5-7pm!

Join us early downstairs for amazing happy hour food and drinks from 5-7pm.


Soulestial Carnival Residency feat Crescendoll (Shadow Wulf/Wulfpack), Drew Holly (Wulfpack) + PANDA PRIME (resident) until 2am

Soulestial Carnival is returning to our beloved Airliner bar in LA for our monthly Residency!
No Cover
Open Air Patio
Food & Drink Specials
2419 N Broadway, Los Angeles 90031
*Parking is available in the lot behind the venue, adjacent to Ave 24

CRETIN HOP present STOMPIN’ RIFF RAFFs (from Japan) [Upstairs]

Stompin’ Riff Raffs combine all the glorious elements of ‘50s golden age rock and roll with the ferocity of early ‘60s garage punk that will leave you a sweat-covered, breathless, dancing husk of a human once their aural onslaught takes hold of your mind.