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  • Shows of the Night: Friday, September 30th

  • Jhené Aiko is Returning to the Greek Theatre

  • Contest: Jamie XX at the Hollywood Bowl

  • Shows of the Night: Wednesday, September 28th

  • The Weeknd: Two More Shows at SoFi Stadium

  • Contest: Herbie Hancock at the Hollywood Bowl

  • Shows of the Night: Tuesday, September 27th

  • Desert Daze 2022 Set Times Released

  • Contest: Wallows at the Shrine Expo Hall

  • Live Review: Primavera Sound LA 2022

  • Contest: Blaqk Audio at the Fonda Theatre

  • Lodge Room Anniversary Show With Bleached

  • Contest: Tyler Rich at the Troubadour

  • Christina Aguilera at the Hollywood Palladium

  • Contest: S!ck!ck at the Fonda Theatre

  • Shows of the Night: Tuesday, September 20th

  • Metallica Benefit Show at Microsoft Theater

  • Carla Morrison Is Also Playing at the Fox Theater

  • Contest: The Avalanches at the Greek Theatre

  • Shows of the Night: Monday, September 19th

  • Suede & Manic Street Preachers at the Palladium

  • Contest: Abhi The Nomad at the Troubadour

  • Primavera Sound LA 2022 Set Times Released

  • Weyes Blood: Two Shows at the Ace Hotel

  • Nataly Dawn to Perform at Hollywood Forever




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    Shows of the Night: Friday, September 30th

    Bad Bunny

    BUY TICKETS: Bad Bunny w/ Diplo at SoFi Stadium

    The last day of September is also one of the most stacked concert dates of the year, Scenestar readers. Multiple concerts could be #1 tonight but Bad Bunny narrowly takes the title of Show of the Night! Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio aka Bad Bunny will be be performing in support of El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo, with Diplo at SoFi Stadium tonight, as part of World's Hottest Tour. Inglewood football stadium will also host the Puerto Rican superstar on Saturday, October 1. You can secure parking here.

    If you can't get into our Show of the Night, your other music options include performances by Los Angeles Azules, Daniel Avery, Caribou, Dead Sara, Sky Ferreira, Fred Again.., DJ Travis Holcombe (of KCRW), Jauz, Khruangbin, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Lykke Li, Manchester Orchestra, Marcus Mumford, Nas, Nation of Language, Stevie Nicks, Nitzer Ebb, Arlo Parks, Phantom Planet, Danielle Ponder, Shame, Viagra Boys, Wu-Tang Clan, Jamie XX, and many more.

    Click here for ticket links and info on all of today's shows as well as upcoming local shows on our concert calendar. For any further updates, be sure to also follow us on Twitter for any last-minute news and set times (posted daily in the comments section) if available for select shows!

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    Jhené Aiko is Returning to the Greek Theatre

    Jhene Aiko

    Alternative R&B singer-songwriter Jhené Aiko will be taking the stage at the Greek Theatre once again! Jhené Aiko is scheduled to perform at the iconic Los Feliz outdoor venue on Thursday, October 13, in support of her latest release Chilombo. August 08 is opening the show.

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    Contest: Jamie XX at the Hollywood Bowl

    Jamie XX

    We're ready to get the dance party started this weekend courtesy of Jamie XX! His "Do It Again Tour" date brings British producer Jamie XX of The XX to the Hollywood Bowl on Friday, September 30. Opening for Jamie XX will be Caribou and Arushi Jain in his first show at the Hollywood Bowl since The XX performed at the iconic Hollywood venue on Sunday, September 29, 2013.

    Continue reading "Contest: Jamie XX at the Hollywood Bowl" »

    Shows of the Night: Wednesday, September 28th

    Roger Waters

    BUY TICKETS: Roger Waters at Crypto.com Arena

    Wednesday is also stacked with concert options, Scenestar readers. Another epic tour date has made it to the top as our Show of the Night: Roger Waters! Back again for the first time since 2017, the legendary Pink Floyd co-founder will bring his rescheduled "This Is Not a Drill" North America Tour to Crypto.com Arena tonight, Fans can also travel to Las Vegas to see him on Saturday, October 1, at T-Mobile Arena.

    If you can't get into our Show of the Night, your other music options include performances by Sabrina Claudio, Fred Again.., Nicolle Galyon, Herbie Hancock, Cate Le Bon, Demi Lovato, Marcus Mumford, Plastic Picnic, Roxy Music, Samia, Slift, St. Vincent, Suzanne Vega, Wallows, Mimi Webb, and many more.

    Click here for ticket links and info on all of today's shows as well as upcoming local shows on our concert calendar. For any further updates, be sure to also follow us on Twitter for any last-minute news and set times (posted daily in the comments section) if available for select shows!

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    The Weeknd: Two More Shows at SoFi Stadium

    The Weeknd

    We didn't have to wait long for the return of The Weeknd to Los Angeles, Scenestar readers! The Weekend had to cancel his most recent "After Hours Til Dawn Tour" date at SoFi Stadium on Saturday, September 3, due to losing his voice.

    Now you can see The Weekend perform in support of his current releases, After Hours and Dawn FM, again at SoFi Stadium with a makeup date on Saturday, November 26, and an additional local tour date on Sunday, November 27. Mike Dean and Kaytranada are the scheduled openers.

    Continue reading "The Weeknd: Two More Shows at SoFi Stadium" »

    Contest: Herbie Hancock at the Hollywood Bowl

    Herbie Hancock

    The legendary Herbie Hancock is set to return to the stage this week! The 82-year-old pianist and composer will be performing once again at the Hollywood Bowl on Wednesday, September 28, with special guests the Free Nationals and Terence Blanchard.

    We're giving our readers the opportunity to see the L.A. Phil's Creative Chair for Jazz live with a contest for a pair of tickets to his show!

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    Shows of the Night: Tuesday, September 27th

    Foo Fighters Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert at the Kia Forum

    BUY TICKETS: Foo Fighters “Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert” at the Kia Forum

    We have a huge night of live music this Tuesday, Scenestar readers. Despite the numerous options, the undisputed choice for Show of the Night goes to Foo Fighters! They're back to pay tribute to their bandmate, Taylor Hawkins tonight as part of the "Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert" which will bring the band and special guests to The Kia Forum. Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Pat Smear, and Rami Jaffee will come together with the Hawkins family to celebrate the life, music, and love of their husband, father, brother, and bandmate at the historic Inglewood venue.

    Also joining the Foo Fighters will be Chris Chaney, Stewart Copeland, Miley Cyrus, Omar Hakim, Joshua Homme, Joan Jett, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Brian May, Alanis Morissette, Mark Ronson, Gene Simmons, Nikki Sixx, Chad Smith, Roger Taylor, Rufus Taylor, Jon Theodore, Wolfgang Van Halen, Brad Wilk, Pat Wilson, and many more. Chevy Metal will also perform.

    The Foo Fighters also held the same tribute show at Wembley Stadium in London back on Saturday, September 3. The band had concerts at Banc of California Stadium scheduled to take place before Taylor Hawkins' passing as well.

    If you can't get into our Show of the Night, your other music options include performances by Iggy Azalea, Michelle Branch, Joy Crookes, Evan + Zane, Miya Folick, Heilung, Kid Bloom, Siena Liggins, Remy Marc, Kevin Morby, Nova Twins, Pitbull, Sofie Royer, Roger Waters, and many more.

    Click here for ticket links and info on all of today's shows as well as upcoming local shows on our concert calendar. For any further updates, be sure to also follow us on Twitter for any last-minute news and set times (posted daily in the comments section) if available for select shows!

    Continue reading "Shows of the Night: Tuesday, September 27th" »

    Desert Daze 2022 Set Times Released

    Desert Daze 2022 Updated Lineup

    We're only one weekend away from the return of Desert Daze! As we previously announced, Desert Daze will be returning to Moreno Beach at Lake Perris from Friday, September 30, to Sunday, October 2, for their 10th edition of the festival and we're happy to see that set times have finally been revealed!

    Headlining the festival this year are King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, and Tame Impala (Playing Lonerism in full). Beach House will be replacing Iggy Pop as the Sunday headliner.

    Other highlights in this year's lineup include Chicano Batman, The Marías, Sky Ferreira, Cortex, BADBADNOTGOOD, Boy Pablo, Perfume Genius, Reggie Watts, Aldous Harding, Men I Trust, Mild High Club, Viagra Boys, Cymande, Shannon and the Clams, Nation Of Language, Duster, Nilüfer Yanya, Show Me The Body, Daniel Rossen (of Grizzly Bear), Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Surfbort, L.A. Witch, Automatic, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, The Paranoyds, JJUUJJUU, ZO, Surprise Chef, Black Country, New Road, Lady Wray, and many more.

    The grounds will also be illuminated by an array of video artists and art installations including work by Tarik Barri, Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show, Slim Reaper, and more. Multidisciplinary artist Cristopher Cichocki also returns to the beach, curating this year’s installment of The Sanctuary featuring clipping., Silent Servant, Kid 606, and more, as well as Cichocki’s own Circular Dimensions Immersive Sound Installation and DJ sets from Nosaj Thing and Telefon Tel Aviv.

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