With the opening of a secondary Bootsy Bellows location at Inglewood’s new SoFi Stadium, Rams fans have the opportunity for a singular action-packed entertainment experience that brings together the realms of music, sports, food and fashion.
Located in a field-level suite, The h.wood Group’s Bootsy Bellows will welcome guests beginning Sept. 12 when the Rams go head-to-head with the Chicago Bears.
“Bootsy Bellows at SoFi Stadium will create the feeling of ‘court side seats,’” The h.wood Group Co-Founder John Terzian said. “With the impossible-to-replicate intensity created by the NFL goal line, this unique experience will surely be a touchdown!”
Mirroring the aesthetic of the original West Hollywood location, Bootsy Bellows will feature the same luxurious, residential feel through its modernist architectural details, cocktail bar and DJ booth. In the vintage-designed space, visitors will be able to sing, dance and dine during concerts and football games alike. It opens two hours before kickoff on game days and right at event start time for non-NFL days.
“Our partnership with hospitality firm The h.wood Group allowed us to bring a taste of the iconic nightlife Los Angeles is known for to SoFi Stadium, adding another layer to the extraordinary experiences we offer sports and music fans,” SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park Managing Director Jason Gannon said.
The SoFi club spreads across 2,000 square feet for 80 guests, which includes 24 field seats, 45 table seats and 11 general admission, and all comes together with the signature Bootsy Bellows mirror bar. With its addition, SoFi Stadium adds a hint of glam to the behemoth development by Rams Owner E. Stanley Kroenke.
The original Bootsy Bellows first came to West Hollywood in 2012 at the helm of actor David Arquette, in partnership with The h.wood Group, which is known for other popular L.A. spots like Delilah and The Nice Guy. Bringing an old-school feel to contemporary nightlife, the club mirrors the 1940s Palm Springs home of Frank Sinatra. It is named after Arquette’s mother, who was a former burlesque dancer and pin-up model.
See the renderings of the SoFi Stadium location below.