Concert / Outdoor Event
The Twilight Concert Series has been a fixture on the Santa Monica Pier since 1983. The incomparable setting ... moreSanta Monica Pier
200 Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica, 90401
2301 North Highland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90068
2700 North Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Born as Riley B. King in 1925, B.B. King has become one of the most iconic blues artists in the world. Hailing from a cotton plantation near Berclari, Mississippi, B.B. King started playing guitar at 12 years old. He debuted ... moreHouse of Blues Anaheim (Anaheim, CA)
1530 Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, CA 92802
Anyone in the mood for live music in LA won’t have to look far, as there are literally hundreds of concerts in Los Angeles going on at any given moment. Major concert halls in this city are the stuff of legend; the kind of places people spend their whole lives dreaming about playing in.
The Hollywood Bowl is a city institution, major live music venue, and a stunning feat of architecture all by itself, and much can be said about seeing concerts at The Greek Theater’s idyllic surroundings in Griffith Park. Club Nokia and the Staples Center are relatively new to the scene, but attract some of the biggest names in music out there, while long-standing stalwarts like the Troubadour, Viper Room, House of Blues, The Roxy, Echoplex, and Satellite (formerly Spaceland) never fail to pack in the crowds.
Los Angeles concerts have it all, from mainstream to death metal to everything in-between. There might even be more live music venues in LA than actors…well, maybe not that many. But still, you’ve got The Key Club, The Wiltern, The Music Box, The Hollywood Palladium, and Walt Disney Concert Hall for starters, and that’s barely tipping the iceberg on the number of shows in Los Angeles or the multitude of great bands and DJs you can see.
So what are you waiting for? Get a ticket to your next LA concert now; the acting thing isn’t going to work out anyway.