Our on-site amenities are 100% handicap accessible. If special assistance is required, please email info@residentdtla.com prior to the show or speak to a member of the staff upon arrival at the venue.

Please come on down to check if we’ve found it. Email info@residentdtla.com for extra help. Also, our stellar staff can help you any day of the week.

There are a number of hotels and motels in Downtown LA and Little Tokyo.

There sure is. We’ve got a food truck on site and a steady list of food trucks rotating in and out of the beer garden. There’s also the always reliable Urth Caffe across the street, as well as other awesome options in the neighborhood like, Zinc Cafe, The Pie Hole, Umami Burger and Wurstkuche, just down the road.

Of course, we love when you snap photos and upload from Resident. If you plan on bringing your professional camera, but please let us know in advance. Non-professional cameras are allowed in the venue as long as the band/management has not specified otherwise to venue personnel.  All professional cameras need to be approved in advance by the band/venue and photographers need to sign a photo release.

No large bags inside.

No.

Yes.

Yes, select shows will have tickets available at the door depending on availability.

You can purchase tickets online, or at the door with cash only. Keep up to date with Facebook and twitter as well as our weekly mailing list for the latest announcements.

Check out our calendar on the website and our weekly email blast is a great way to keep up on all the happenings here at Resident. Sign up.

You MUST be 21+ with Valid ID to enter the venue unless it is an All Ages show. Accepted forms of ID are current and non-expired: State Issued ID or Driver’s License, Military & Passport ID.

Noon – 2AM everyday.

There is limited street parking in the neighborhood on Hewitt St. and $3 dollar parking is available in the lot on the corner of 4th and Hewitt.

Resident is located at 428 S. Hewitt St. Los Angeles, CA 90013. The entrance to the venue is located down the alley and the entrance to the beer garden is located directly in front of the beer garden. The neighborhood is downtown Los Angeles in the Arts District.