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Can’t-Miss Concerts in Los Angeles This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Los Angeles This Month
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When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in Los Angeles. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Los Angeles This Month
  • Indie multi-instrumentalist, Kishi Bashi, brings his transcendent musical stylings to The Regent Theater, fronted by Japanese American cellist act, Takénobu.
  • Cosmo Sheldrake is a singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist from London. He collects and plays a variety of instruments, from the bass clarinet to the banjo.
  • Claud is the solo project of Claud Mintz. After releasing their debut EP made out of their college dorm room under the name Toast with Terrible Records, Claud dropped out of Syracuse University to move forward with their music career.
  • Please join the GRAMMY Museum in welcoming Yola for an intimate conversation on the making of her debut album, followed by a performance.
  • Lil Pete will be bringing his album, "Hardaway," to Los Angeles, so head to Catch One to experience his music live.
  • Whethan captured critical and public attention after his innovative tracks began streaming in the millions on Soundcloud in 2016. Since then, he has toured and played stages around the world.
  • A well-renowned DJ and production figure in trance and progressive house circles, Sasha became famous in the late 1980s and early 1990s for residencies at many popular clubs.
  • GRAMMY-winning Rebirth Brass Band is a true New Orleans institution. Their repertoire features an infectious, groove-laden collection of hip-shakers sure to saturate the dance floor.
  • This L.A.–based four-piece creates infectious, punk driven tracks and writes songs that proudly bear a brazen and unbashed attitude.
  • Nai Palm is a composer, instrumentalist, producer, vocalist, and poet who approaches all of these self-taught disciplines with an intuitive, infectious grace to sculpt songs that have been received and treasured across the world.
  • Danny Brown has been dubbed the most innovative rap stylist of the last decade — a one-man bridge between aggressive, experimental European dance music and nose-bone-shattering street rap.
  • Jackson Foote and Emma Lov's songwriting partnership as Loote first began at SUNY Purchase College. Now, the NYC–based pop duo are certified hit makers, and they're bringing the bangers to Morroccan Lounge.
  • The Distillers are a classic and staple hardcore punk band returning to the stage at Ventura Theater.
  • This duo is taking on the Bar Stage. Their influences have spanned everything from doo wop, classic duets, musical theater, electro dance, and melancholy pop.
  • R.A.P. Ferreira fka Milo aka Scallops Hotel is an MC, producer, and theorist working in the Black arts tradition commonly categorized as rap.
  • In Bridgend, Jade learned the piano. Then one of her mother’s partners introduced her to the gothic, psychedelic, country-tinged alt-rock of Mazzy Star, her first love and the first thing she learned to play on guitar.
  • The L.A.–based electronic trio is best known for viral collaborations with Demi Lovato, Fetty Wap, and CADE, but their radio-ready electro-pop is even more addictive on stage.
  • Thanks to her critically-acclaimed 2016 debut, "No Burden," Lucy Dacus has been dubbed one of the most promising voices in rock.
  • Ra Ra Riot introduced its unique brand of indie pop to the world in 2006 and got off to a fast start.
  • Bright and warm, Riah’s sound is the perfect complement to delicious Mediterranean cuisine and a vibrant atmosphere. Join The Wild Honey Pie on October 28 at Checker Hall in Highland Park for a very special dinner party celebrating ten years.
  • Internationally-recognized Boombox Cartel blurs the lines between electro, hip hop, and latin influence. Come to Academy to enjoy the distinct musical experience.
  • This seven-piece band emerging from behind the redwood curtain in Humboldt County, California, is skyrocketing through the west coast music scene.
  • Cherry Glazerr's Clementine Creevy has always wanted to make music that connects with people. On the band's most recent "Stuffed & Ready," she writes with real intent to show us who she is.
  • This sibling duo debuted in 2014 riding a wave of dark electronic-pop initiated by fellow New Zealander, Lorde. Their mesmerizing tunes are back in their newest album, "Don't Feed the Pop Monster."
  • Indie multi-instrumentalist, Kishi Bashi, brings his transcendent musical stylings to The Regent Theater, fronted by Japanese American cellist act, Takénobu.
  • Cosmo Sheldrake is a singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist from London. He collects and plays a variety of instruments, from the bass clarinet to the banjo.
  • Claud is the solo project of Claud Mintz. After releasing their debut EP made out of their college dorm room under the name Toast with Terrible Records, Claud dropped out of Syracuse University to move forward with their music career.
  • Please join the GRAMMY Museum in welcoming Yola for an intimate conversation on the making of her debut album, followed by a performance.
  • Lil Pete will be bringing his album, "Hardaway," to Los Angeles, so head to Catch One to experience his music live.
  • Whethan captured critical and public attention after his innovative tracks began streaming in the millions on Soundcloud in 2016. Since then, he has toured and played stages around the world.
  • A well-renowned DJ and production figure in trance and progressive house circles, Sasha became famous in the late 1980s and early 1990s for residencies at many popular clubs.
  • GRAMMY-winning Rebirth Brass Band is a true New Orleans institution. Their repertoire features an infectious, groove-laden collection of hip-shakers sure to saturate the dance floor.
  • This L.A.–based four-piece creates infectious, punk driven tracks and writes songs that proudly bear a brazen and unbashed attitude.
  • Nai Palm is a composer, instrumentalist, producer, vocalist, and poet who approaches all of these self-taught disciplines with an intuitive, infectious grace to sculpt songs that have been received and treasured across the world.
  • Danny Brown has been dubbed the most innovative rap stylist of the last decade — a one-man bridge between aggressive, experimental European dance music and nose-bone-shattering street rap.
  • Jackson Foote and Emma Lov's songwriting partnership as Loote first began at SUNY Purchase College. Now, the NYC–based pop duo are certified hit makers, and they're bringing the bangers to Morroccan Lounge.
  • The Distillers are a classic and staple hardcore punk band returning to the stage at Ventura Theater.
  • This duo is taking on the Bar Stage. Their influences have spanned everything from doo wop, classic duets, musical theater, electro dance, and melancholy pop.
  • R.A.P. Ferreira fka Milo aka Scallops Hotel is an MC, producer, and theorist working in the Black arts tradition commonly categorized as rap.
  • In Bridgend, Jade learned the piano. Then one of her mother’s partners introduced her to the gothic, psychedelic, country-tinged alt-rock of Mazzy Star, her first love and the first thing she learned to play on guitar.
  • The L.A.–based electronic trio is best known for viral collaborations with Demi Lovato, Fetty Wap, and CADE, but their radio-ready electro-pop is even more addictive on stage.
  • Thanks to her critically-acclaimed 2016 debut, "No Burden," Lucy Dacus has been dubbed one of the most promising voices in rock.
  • Ra Ra Riot introduced its unique brand of indie pop to the world in 2006 and got off to a fast start.
  • Bright and warm, Riah’s sound is the perfect complement to delicious Mediterranean cuisine and a vibrant atmosphere. Join The Wild Honey Pie on October 28 at Checker Hall in Highland Park for a very special dinner party celebrating ten years.
  • Internationally-recognized Boombox Cartel blurs the lines between electro, hip hop, and latin influence. Come to Academy to enjoy the distinct musical experience.
  • This seven-piece band emerging from behind the redwood curtain in Humboldt County, California, is skyrocketing through the west coast music scene.
  • Cherry Glazerr's Clementine Creevy has always wanted to make music that connects with people. On the band's most recent "Stuffed & Ready," she writes with real intent to show us who she is.
  • This sibling duo debuted in 2014 riding a wave of dark electronic-pop initiated by fellow New Zealander, Lorde. Their mesmerizing tunes are back in their newest album, "Don't Feed the Pop Monster."
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Los Angeles This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Los Angeles This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Los Angeles This Month
Colección de Eventbrite
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in Los Angeles. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in Los Angeles. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
  • Indie multi-instrumentalist, Kishi Bashi, brings his transcendent musical stylings to The Regent Theater, fronted by Japanese American cellist act, Takénobu.
  • Cosmo Sheldrake is a singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist from London. He collects and plays a variety of instruments, from the bass clarinet to the banjo.
  • Claud is the solo project of Claud Mintz. After releasing their debut EP made out of their college dorm room under the name Toast with Terrible Records, Claud dropped out of Syracuse University to move forward with their music career.
  • Please join the GRAMMY Museum in welcoming Yola for an intimate conversation on the making of her debut album, followed by a performance.
  • Lil Pete will be bringing his album, "Hardaway," to Los Angeles, so head to Catch One to experience his music live.
  • Whethan captured critical and public attention after his innovative tracks began streaming in the millions on Soundcloud in 2016. Since then, he has toured and played stages around the world.
  • A well-renowned DJ and production figure in trance and progressive house circles, Sasha became famous in the late 1980s and early 1990s for residencies at many popular clubs.
  • GRAMMY-winning Rebirth Brass Band is a true New Orleans institution. Their repertoire features an infectious, groove-laden collection of hip-shakers sure to saturate the dance floor.
  • This L.A.–based four-piece creates infectious, punk driven tracks and writes songs that proudly bear a brazen and unbashed attitude.
  • Nai Palm is a composer, instrumentalist, producer, vocalist, and poet who approaches all of these self-taught disciplines with an intuitive, infectious grace to sculpt songs that have been received and treasured across the world.
  • Danny Brown has been dubbed the most innovative rap stylist of the last decade — a one-man bridge between aggressive, experimental European dance music and nose-bone-shattering street rap.
  • Jackson Foote and Emma Lov's songwriting partnership as Loote first began at SUNY Purchase College. Now, the NYC–based pop duo are certified hit makers, and they're bringing the bangers to Morroccan Lounge.
  • The Distillers are a classic and staple hardcore punk band returning to the stage at Ventura Theater.
  • This duo is taking on the Bar Stage. Their influences have spanned everything from doo wop, classic duets, musical theater, electro dance, and melancholy pop.
  • R.A.P. Ferreira fka Milo aka Scallops Hotel is an MC, producer, and theorist working in the Black arts tradition commonly categorized as rap.
  • In Bridgend, Jade learned the piano. Then one of her mother’s partners introduced her to the gothic, psychedelic, country-tinged alt-rock of Mazzy Star, her first love and the first thing she learned to play on guitar.
  • The L.A.–based electronic trio is best known for viral collaborations with Demi Lovato, Fetty Wap, and CADE, but their radio-ready electro-pop is even more addictive on stage.
  • Thanks to her critically-acclaimed 2016 debut, "No Burden," Lucy Dacus has been dubbed one of the most promising voices in rock.
  • Ra Ra Riot introduced its unique brand of indie pop to the world in 2006 and got off to a fast start.
  • Bright and warm, Riah’s sound is the perfect complement to delicious Mediterranean cuisine and a vibrant atmosphere. Join The Wild Honey Pie on October 28 at Checker Hall in Highland Park for a very special dinner party celebrating ten years.
  • Internationally-recognized Boombox Cartel blurs the lines between electro, hip hop, and latin influence. Come to Academy to enjoy the distinct musical experience.
  • This seven-piece band emerging from behind the redwood curtain in Humboldt County, California, is skyrocketing through the west coast music scene.
  • Cherry Glazerr's Clementine Creevy has always wanted to make music that connects with people. On the band's most recent "Stuffed & Ready," she writes with real intent to show us who she is.
  • This sibling duo debuted in 2014 riding a wave of dark electronic-pop initiated by fellow New Zealander, Lorde. Their mesmerizing tunes are back in their newest album, "Don't Feed the Pop Monster."
  • Indie multi-instrumentalist, Kishi Bashi, brings his transcendent musical stylings to The Regent Theater, fronted by Japanese American cellist act, Takénobu.
  • Cosmo Sheldrake is a singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist from London. He collects and plays a variety of instruments, from the bass clarinet to the banjo.
  • Claud is the solo project of Claud Mintz. After releasing their debut EP made out of their college dorm room under the name Toast with Terrible Records, Claud dropped out of Syracuse University to move forward with their music career.
  • Please join the GRAMMY Museum in welcoming Yola for an intimate conversation on the making of her debut album, followed by a performance.
  • Lil Pete will be bringing his album, "Hardaway," to Los Angeles, so head to Catch One to experience his music live.
  • Whethan captured critical and public attention after his innovative tracks began streaming in the millions on Soundcloud in 2016. Since then, he has toured and played stages around the world.
  • A well-renowned DJ and production figure in trance and progressive house circles, Sasha became famous in the late 1980s and early 1990s for residencies at many popular clubs.
  • GRAMMY-winning Rebirth Brass Band is a true New Orleans institution. Their repertoire features an infectious, groove-laden collection of hip-shakers sure to saturate the dance floor.
  • This L.A.–based four-piece creates infectious, punk driven tracks and writes songs that proudly bear a brazen and unbashed attitude.
  • Nai Palm is a composer, instrumentalist, producer, vocalist, and poet who approaches all of these self-taught disciplines with an intuitive, infectious grace to sculpt songs that have been received and treasured across the world.
  • Danny Brown has been dubbed the most innovative rap stylist of the last decade — a one-man bridge between aggressive, experimental European dance music and nose-bone-shattering street rap.
  • Jackson Foote and Emma Lov's songwriting partnership as Loote first began at SUNY Purchase College. Now, the NYC–based pop duo are certified hit makers, and they're bringing the bangers to Morroccan Lounge.
  • The Distillers are a classic and staple hardcore punk band returning to the stage at Ventura Theater.
  • This duo is taking on the Bar Stage. Their influences have spanned everything from doo wop, classic duets, musical theater, electro dance, and melancholy pop.
  • R.A.P. Ferreira fka Milo aka Scallops Hotel is an MC, producer, and theorist working in the Black arts tradition commonly categorized as rap.
  • In Bridgend, Jade learned the piano. Then one of her mother’s partners introduced her to the gothic, psychedelic, country-tinged alt-rock of Mazzy Star, her first love and the first thing she learned to play on guitar.
  • The L.A.–based electronic trio is best known for viral collaborations with Demi Lovato, Fetty Wap, and CADE, but their radio-ready electro-pop is even more addictive on stage.
  • Thanks to her critically-acclaimed 2016 debut, "No Burden," Lucy Dacus has been dubbed one of the most promising voices in rock.
  • Ra Ra Riot introduced its unique brand of indie pop to the world in 2006 and got off to a fast start.
  • Bright and warm, Riah’s sound is the perfect complement to delicious Mediterranean cuisine and a vibrant atmosphere. Join The Wild Honey Pie on October 28 at Checker Hall in Highland Park for a very special dinner party celebrating ten years.
  • Internationally-recognized Boombox Cartel blurs the lines between electro, hip hop, and latin influence. Come to Academy to enjoy the distinct musical experience.
  • This seven-piece band emerging from behind the redwood curtain in Humboldt County, California, is skyrocketing through the west coast music scene.
  • Cherry Glazerr's Clementine Creevy has always wanted to make music that connects with people. On the band's most recent "Stuffed & Ready," she writes with real intent to show us who she is.
  • This sibling duo debuted in 2014 riding a wave of dark electronic-pop initiated by fellow New Zealander, Lorde. Their mesmerizing tunes are back in their newest album, "Don't Feed the Pop Monster."