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Can’t-Miss Concerts in Los Angeles This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Los Angeles This Month
Collectie van 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.
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Los Angeles This Month
  • Fit with sugary sweet pop melodies, Ex Hex's punching guitars and sonic harmonies refute any claim that rock is dead.
  • Matthew "Murph" Murphy collaborates with an array of stellar alt-rock and pop guests that make up his new project, "Love Fame Tragedy."
  • Escape to a land of partying and good vibes at this hip-hop music beach festival unlike anything out there. Headliners include artists like YG, Tyga, Quavo, and many more in Rosarito Beach, Mexico.
  • Baltimore's Lower Dens has released their third album, "Escape from Evil," drawing in cleaner and warmer sounds from their past releases.
  • Elder Island demonstrates a shapeshifting of music as they transform from electronica to indie-pop to neo-soul. They'll be performing synth-heavy dance beats all night long at The Glass House.
  • The band's name comes from the English slang term aggro, which is commonly thought to be short for aggravation or aggression. The Aggrolites are your go-to guys for West Coast–infused reggae and ska.
  • Steeped in super catchy, velvety riffs and pure pop glaze, Night Moves, solidifies their '70s-rock-with-Americana approach to music.
  • Australian singer-songwriter, Hatchie, tries on countless new textures with her music. She explores everything from industrial to new wave to dance-pop, handling each with understated elegance and pure, powerful feeling.
  • Indebted to '70s arena rock, power-pop, and proto-metal, Sheer Mag’s songs remind a lot of us of the music we grew up with, but maybe couldn’t relate to because it was big, brash, and unapologetically macho.
  • Dance-punk legends, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), bring their high energy live show to Teragram Ballroom.
  • Pink Sweat$' music is rooted in R&B and soul, stripping back the typical genre-specific production to showcase melodic intricacy and lyrical prowess.
  • The 20-year-old Chicago rapper continues to gain ground with her fiery and empowering lyrics. Expect an exuberant crowd when she hits the L.A. stage.
  • From a high-school bedroom project in New Jersey to a fixture of the Brooklyn indie rock scene, Stolen Jars deepens their arrangements and sharpens their lyrics, expanding the band’s palette with powerful vocal melodies from Sarah Coffey.
  • Proving that opposable thumbs or a basic grasp of the human language are not necessary prerequisites for EDM domination, allow us to introduce to you Bear Grillz.
  • Recording artist and lyricist, Kid Quill, will bring his easygoing feel good flow to the stage.
  • Some members of the late-punk progressive band, Fugazi, have branched out to a new rhythmic and head-bobbing groove.
  • There are many ways to describe Tracy Byrd, but unique, talented, and charismatic only seem to scratch the surface.
  • Madison Cunningham has had songwriting in her blood since her early youth. Madison draws influence from '70s music and has recently opened for The Punch Brothers.
  • Starset is a media collective that takes fans on a journey through music, video, augmented reality, and more. As a media collective, you'll experience a unique performance that blurs the lines of science, fact, and fiction.
  • Make some new memories at Desert Daze in Lake Perris of Southern California with headliners Wu-Tang Clan, Ween, Devo, Khruangbin, and so many more.
  • Fit with sugary sweet pop melodies, Ex Hex's punching guitars and sonic harmonies refute any claim that rock is dead.
  • Matthew "Murph" Murphy collaborates with an array of stellar alt-rock and pop guests that make up his new project, "Love Fame Tragedy."
  • Escape to a land of partying and good vibes at this hip-hop music beach festival unlike anything out there. Headliners include artists like YG, Tyga, Quavo, and many more in Rosarito Beach, Mexico.
  • Baltimore's Lower Dens has released their third album, "Escape from Evil," drawing in cleaner and warmer sounds from their past releases.
  • Elder Island demonstrates a shapeshifting of music as they transform from electronica to indie-pop to neo-soul. They'll be performing synth-heavy dance beats all night long at The Glass House.
  • The band's name comes from the English slang term aggro, which is commonly thought to be short for aggravation or aggression. The Aggrolites are your go-to guys for West Coast–infused reggae and ska.
  • Steeped in super catchy, velvety riffs and pure pop glaze, Night Moves, solidifies their '70s-rock-with-Americana approach to music.
  • Australian singer-songwriter, Hatchie, tries on countless new textures with her music. She explores everything from industrial to new wave to dance-pop, handling each with understated elegance and pure, powerful feeling.
  • Indebted to '70s arena rock, power-pop, and proto-metal, Sheer Mag’s songs remind a lot of us of the music we grew up with, but maybe couldn’t relate to because it was big, brash, and unapologetically macho.
  • Dance-punk legends, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), bring their high energy live show to Teragram Ballroom.
  • Pink Sweat$' music is rooted in R&B and soul, stripping back the typical genre-specific production to showcase melodic intricacy and lyrical prowess.
  • The 20-year-old Chicago rapper continues to gain ground with her fiery and empowering lyrics. Expect an exuberant crowd when she hits the L.A. stage.
  • From a high-school bedroom project in New Jersey to a fixture of the Brooklyn indie rock scene, Stolen Jars deepens their arrangements and sharpens their lyrics, expanding the band’s palette with powerful vocal melodies from Sarah Coffey.
  • Proving that opposable thumbs or a basic grasp of the human language are not necessary prerequisites for EDM domination, allow us to introduce to you Bear Grillz.
  • Recording artist and lyricist, Kid Quill, will bring his easygoing feel good flow to the stage.
  • Some members of the late-punk progressive band, Fugazi, have branched out to a new rhythmic and head-bobbing groove.
  • There are many ways to describe Tracy Byrd, but unique, talented, and charismatic only seem to scratch the surface.
  • Madison Cunningham has had songwriting in her blood since her early youth. Madison draws influence from '70s music and has recently opened for The Punch Brothers.
  • Starset is a media collective that takes fans on a journey through music, video, augmented reality, and more. As a media collective, you'll experience a unique performance that blurs the lines of science, fact, and fiction.
  • Make some new memories at Desert Daze in Lake Perris of Southern California with headliners Wu-Tang Clan, Ween, Devo, Khruangbin, and so many more.
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
Collectie van 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.
  • Fit with sugary sweet pop melodies, Ex Hex's punching guitars and sonic harmonies refute any claim that rock is dead.
  • Matthew "Murph" Murphy collaborates with an array of stellar alt-rock and pop guests that make up his new project, "Love Fame Tragedy."
  • Escape to a land of partying and good vibes at this hip-hop music beach festival unlike anything out there. Headliners include artists like YG, Tyga, Quavo, and many more in Rosarito Beach, Mexico.
  • Baltimore's Lower Dens has released their third album, "Escape from Evil," drawing in cleaner and warmer sounds from their past releases.
  • Elder Island demonstrates a shapeshifting of music as they transform from electronica to indie-pop to neo-soul. They'll be performing synth-heavy dance beats all night long at The Glass House.
  • The band's name comes from the English slang term aggro, which is commonly thought to be short for aggravation or aggression. The Aggrolites are your go-to guys for West Coast–infused reggae and ska.
  • Steeped in super catchy, velvety riffs and pure pop glaze, Night Moves, solidifies their '70s-rock-with-Americana approach to music.
  • Australian singer-songwriter, Hatchie, tries on countless new textures with her music. She explores everything from industrial to new wave to dance-pop, handling each with understated elegance and pure, powerful feeling.
  • Indebted to '70s arena rock, power-pop, and proto-metal, Sheer Mag’s songs remind a lot of us of the music we grew up with, but maybe couldn’t relate to because it was big, brash, and unapologetically macho.
  • Dance-punk legends, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), bring their high energy live show to Teragram Ballroom.
  • Pink Sweat$' music is rooted in R&B and soul, stripping back the typical genre-specific production to showcase melodic intricacy and lyrical prowess.
  • The 20-year-old Chicago rapper continues to gain ground with her fiery and empowering lyrics. Expect an exuberant crowd when she hits the L.A. stage.
  • From a high-school bedroom project in New Jersey to a fixture of the Brooklyn indie rock scene, Stolen Jars deepens their arrangements and sharpens their lyrics, expanding the band’s palette with powerful vocal melodies from Sarah Coffey.
  • Proving that opposable thumbs or a basic grasp of the human language are not necessary prerequisites for EDM domination, allow us to introduce to you Bear Grillz.
  • Recording artist and lyricist, Kid Quill, will bring his easygoing feel good flow to the stage.
  • Some members of the late-punk progressive band, Fugazi, have branched out to a new rhythmic and head-bobbing groove.
  • There are many ways to describe Tracy Byrd, but unique, talented, and charismatic only seem to scratch the surface.
  • Madison Cunningham has had songwriting in her blood since her early youth. Madison draws influence from '70s music and has recently opened for The Punch Brothers.
  • Starset is a media collective that takes fans on a journey through music, video, augmented reality, and more. As a media collective, you'll experience a unique performance that blurs the lines of science, fact, and fiction.
  • Make some new memories at Desert Daze in Lake Perris of Southern California with headliners Wu-Tang Clan, Ween, Devo, Khruangbin, and so many more.
  • Fit with sugary sweet pop melodies, Ex Hex's punching guitars and sonic harmonies refute any claim that rock is dead.
  • Matthew "Murph" Murphy collaborates with an array of stellar alt-rock and pop guests that make up his new project, "Love Fame Tragedy."
  • Escape to a land of partying and good vibes at this hip-hop music beach festival unlike anything out there. Headliners include artists like YG, Tyga, Quavo, and many more in Rosarito Beach, Mexico.
  • Baltimore's Lower Dens has released their third album, "Escape from Evil," drawing in cleaner and warmer sounds from their past releases.
  • Elder Island demonstrates a shapeshifting of music as they transform from electronica to indie-pop to neo-soul. They'll be performing synth-heavy dance beats all night long at The Glass House.
  • The band's name comes from the English slang term aggro, which is commonly thought to be short for aggravation or aggression. The Aggrolites are your go-to guys for West Coast–infused reggae and ska.
  • Steeped in super catchy, velvety riffs and pure pop glaze, Night Moves, solidifies their '70s-rock-with-Americana approach to music.
  • Australian singer-songwriter, Hatchie, tries on countless new textures with her music. She explores everything from industrial to new wave to dance-pop, handling each with understated elegance and pure, powerful feeling.
  • Indebted to '70s arena rock, power-pop, and proto-metal, Sheer Mag’s songs remind a lot of us of the music we grew up with, but maybe couldn’t relate to because it was big, brash, and unapologetically macho.
  • Dance-punk legends, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), bring their high energy live show to Teragram Ballroom.
  • Pink Sweat$' music is rooted in R&B and soul, stripping back the typical genre-specific production to showcase melodic intricacy and lyrical prowess.
  • The 20-year-old Chicago rapper continues to gain ground with her fiery and empowering lyrics. Expect an exuberant crowd when she hits the L.A. stage.
  • From a high-school bedroom project in New Jersey to a fixture of the Brooklyn indie rock scene, Stolen Jars deepens their arrangements and sharpens their lyrics, expanding the band’s palette with powerful vocal melodies from Sarah Coffey.
  • Proving that opposable thumbs or a basic grasp of the human language are not necessary prerequisites for EDM domination, allow us to introduce to you Bear Grillz.
  • Recording artist and lyricist, Kid Quill, will bring his easygoing feel good flow to the stage.
  • Some members of the late-punk progressive band, Fugazi, have branched out to a new rhythmic and head-bobbing groove.
  • There are many ways to describe Tracy Byrd, but unique, talented, and charismatic only seem to scratch the surface.
  • Madison Cunningham has had songwriting in her blood since her early youth. Madison draws influence from '70s music and has recently opened for The Punch Brothers.
  • Starset is a media collective that takes fans on a journey through music, video, augmented reality, and more. As a media collective, you'll experience a unique performance that blurs the lines of science, fact, and fiction.
  • Make some new memories at Desert Daze in Lake Perris of Southern California with headliners Wu-Tang Clan, Ween, Devo, Khruangbin, and so many more.