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  • Fitz & the Tantrums Shows at Grove of Anaheim

  • New Music Video - Doves "Prisoners"

  • Nick Cave to Stream 'Idiot Prayer' Piano Concert

  • Los Lobos Drive In Concert at Oak Canyon Park

  • Outside Lands Reveal Their 2021 Festival Lineup

  • Ohana Fest 2020 Move Their Festival to 2021

  • Andrew McMahon Drive-In Concerts at the Grove

  • Coachella 2020 Postponed Until April 2021

  • Cruel World Festival Is Officially Canceled

  • Primavera Sound Los Angeles is Moving to 2021

  • Nine Inch Nails Cancel Their 2020 L.A. Tour Date

  • Hollywood Bowl 2020 Concert Season Canceled

  • Music Video: The Know "Someday Maybe"

  • The Strokes Postpone Their Show at The Forum

  • Bright Eyes Cancel Their Los Angeles Tour Dates

  • New Music Video: Run The Jewels "Ooh LA LA"

  • Original Amoeba Hollywood Location to Close

  • Daft Punk "Live at the Sports Arena" IG Stream

  • "LA Originals" Documentary Premieres on Netflix

  • Hotel Cafe to Host UnCancelled Music Festival

  • Coachella Documentary to Premiere on YouTube

  • Nine Inch Nails Release 'Ghosts V - VI' For Free




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    Ohana Fest 2020 Move Their Festival to 2021

    Ohana Festival 2021

    Fans will have to wait another year to celebrate the fifth edition of Ohana Fest. The festival will still be taking place at Doheny State Beach from Friday, September 24, to Sunday, September 26, with Kings of Leon, Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam, and Pearl Jam returning to headline next year. Other artists still scheduled to perform in the lineup: Broken Social Scene, Cavetown, Gang of Youths, Dermot Kennedy, Mac DeMarco, Mon Laferte, My Morning Jacket, Ed O'Brien (of Radiohead), Pretenders, Real Estate, Maggie Rogers, Sharon Von Etten, Yola, and many more.

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    Andrew McMahon Drive-In Concerts at the Grove

    Andrew McMahon

    We finally have some concerts to look forward to in 2020, but with a twist! Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness has scheduled three hometown shows in Orange County where he will celebrate the fifteen-year anniversary release of Everything In Transit, and classics from his Something Corporate discography with drive-in shows at City National Grove of Anaheim. You can choose between Friday, July 10; Saturday, July 11; and Sunday, July 12.

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    Coachella 2020 Postponed Until April 2021

    Coachella 2021 Postponed

    Photo by Chris Molina of Coachella 2014, Weekend 2

    Here we go again, Scenestar readers. Goldenvoice has officially announced that Coachella 2020 and Stagecoach 2020 are moving once again due to current global coronavirus transmission concerns. One of the biggest and best-known festivals in the U.S. is moving from originally rescheduled dates: Friday, October 9, to Sunday, October 11, (Weekend 1) and Friday, October 16, to Sunday, October 18, (Weekend 2) to Friday, April 9, to Sunday, April 11, 2021 (Weekend 1) and Friday, April 16, to Sunday, April 18, 2021 (Weekend 2). Stagecoach will be taking place from Friday, April 23, to Sunday, April 25, 2021. No details have been released on whether the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, will still feature performances by headliners—Frank Ocean, Rage Against The Machine, and Travis Scott. on both festival weekends next year.

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    Cruel World Festival Is Officially Canceled

    Cruel Wrold Festival 2020

    Bad news Cruel World Festival ticketholders. Goldenvoice has officially canceled it's SOLD OUT festival at the Grounds at Dignity Health Sports Park that was rescheduled to take place on Saturday, May 2, to Saturday, September 12. The lineup consisted of headlining sets by Bauhaus, Blondie, and Morrissey. The list of curated Goth and New Wave acts also included sets by The Church, Cold Cave, Devo, Echo & The Bunnymen, Gary Numan, The Psychedelic Furs, Public Image Ltd., She Wants Revenge, Violent Femmes, and many more.

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    Primavera Sound Los Angeles is Moving to 2021

    Primavera Sound 2021 Los Angeles

    One of this year's most anticipated music festivals is moving to next year! Primavera Sound was scheduled to kick off the inaugural edition of Primavera Sound L.A. at Los Angeles State Historic Park on Saturday, September 19, to Sunday, September 20, but because of the current COVID-19 pandemic, the music festival has announced that the festival will now be taking place on Saturday, September 18, to Sunday, September 19, 2021, instead. No festival lineup has been revealed at press time, but Nine Inch Nails was scheduled to perform this year.

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    Nine Inch Nails Cancel Their 2020 L.A. Tour Date

    Nine Inch Nails

    Photo by Christopher Alvarez of Nine Inch Nails at FYF Fest 2017

    We're both excited and sad to see Nine Inch Nails announce an L.A. "The Cold and Black and Infinite Tour" date, while at the same time canceling in one fell swoop. According to their Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts, Nine Inch Nails has revealed that they will no longer be performing in the Los Angeles edition of Primavera Sound in 2020. The band even released 2020 tour merch to commemorate the tour that never was, with proceeds going to local food banks. The inaugural edition of Primavera Sound L.A. is currently scheduled to take place at Los Angeles State Historic Park from Saturday, September 19, to Sunday, September 20. No news on whether anyone else in this year's festival lineup will no be performing either or if the festival is canceled at press time.

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    Hollywood Bowl 2020 Concert Season Canceled

    Hollywood Bowl

    We have sad news to share regarding one of our favorite concert traditions here in Los Angeles. The L.A. Phil has announced that the Hollywood Bowl will be canceling this season's schedule of shows scheduled for their 99th summer season for the first time in 98 years. The Los Angeles Philharmonic had a variety of great shows coming to the Hollywood Bowl which included performances by John Fogerty, Herbie Hancock, Debbie Harry, Hiatus Kaiyote, Brittany Howard, Iron & Wine, Lake Street Dive, Maxwell, Janelle Monae, Parcels, Polo & Pan, Poolside, Diana Ross, Jill Scott, Thundercat, Charlie Wilson, and many more. The 2020/2021 season of concerts at Walt Disney Concert Hall is currently the Los Angeles Philharmonic's shows that are still scheduled to take place on their concert calendar. You can help support the L.A. Phil in their time of need by clicking here.

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    Music Video: The Know "Someday Maybe"

    The Know Someday Maybe

    Los Angeles-based dream pop act The Know recently released a music video for their single "Someday Maybe," from their upcoming self-titled release, out on Monday, May 18. The music video features a lead role by someone you may know from seeing him dance up and down the aisles or at his seat at the majority of concerts you attend here in Los Angeles, Howard Mordoh aka "L.A. Rocker."

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