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LA concert calendar: Upcoming concerts and live music in LA

Check out our LA concert calendar to find out which of your favorite bands and artists have upcoming shows in the city

Photograph: Ben Irwin


Hugo Leclercq is only just out of his teens, but he can already count Lady Gaga and Annie Mac among the thousands going nuts for his big, poppy disco-house beats. The Daft Punk-inspired, French-born wunderkind swings into town to play an explosive, sold-out El Rey show.

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El Rey Theatre Until Wed Apr 15

Chet Faker

Critics' pick

The splendidly named Chet Faker—Nick Murphy, to his pals back in hometown Melbourne—first hit the scene via his languid (and gorgeous) 2011 remake of Blackstreet's "No Diggity." He's been working his warm, left-field R&B sound ever since. Hear his woozy, jazz-inflected electronic soul music live at Club Nokia as he promotes his debut album, Built on Glass, released last April. Tickets for the Club Nokia show are technically sold out, but we're guessing you know where to look.

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Club Nokia Until Wed Apr 15

Clean Bandit

A year ago, Clean Bandit were an underground crew picking up tastemakers’ respect for their weird-but-it-works blend of classical strings and funky house-pop. Then came "Rather Be," followed by their Top Five debut album New Eyes (named iTunes Dance album of the year), and they became one of 2014’s biggest new acts. This Fonda show should be quite the celebration.

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The Fonda Theatre 15 Apr 2015

Glass Animals

Hailing from Oxford, England (also the home of Radiohead), this buzzworthy experimental electronic-pop outfit combines smart guitars with subtle electronics. Its debut album, Zaba, is full of lush, hazy pop curveballs layered with psychedelic synthwork and gentle electronic beats. The band heads to town between the two weekends of Coachella, stopping to play at both the Fonda and the Glass House. New York multi-instrumentalist Gabriel Garzón-Montano will open both nights.

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The Fonda Theatre Until Wed Apr 15

Brand New + Built to Spill

Long Island band Brand New were—and still are—the best "emo" band that isn't an emo band. It's been a few years since the band released new material, but rumors of new recordings have been circulating, and the foursome is also playing Coachella. Joining them at this Shrine Expo Hall show will be Idaho-based indie-rock band Built to Spill, coming off of last year's FYF show with a brand-new album, Untethered Moon. The band touches on a variety of genres, venturing from new-wave to reggae sounds. What's more? Conor Oberst's angry political-rock outfit, Desaparecidos, are also on the bill of this sold-out Localchella show.

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Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center Until Wed Apr 15
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Mikal Cronin

Laguna Beach native Mikal Cronin performs the type of feel-good garage rock and roll (with indie-pop vibes) that makes you crave an ice-cold beer and summertime. Jam out to this singer-songwriter’s popular catchy tunes, including everything from his latest album MCII (think the zesty crowd-pleaser “Shout It Out”) to throw backs from his earlier albums.

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Center for the Arts Eagle Rock Friday May 1 2015


Hailing from Chi-town, the now LA-based quartet is taking over the Wiltern with alternative rock meets electronic hits from their latest album, Hungry Ghosts (a new synth-infused venture from previous albums). You’re guaranteed one head-bobbing, exhilarating show when this lively crew hits the stage—electrifying guitar solos, impassioned vocals, killer drums, and all.

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The Wiltern Saturday May 2 2015

Max and the Moon

Switch out your wine down Wednesday plans for a hump day dose of indie rock at LA’s the Echo. Chino Hills natives Max and the Moon are taking the stage on the eastside, strumming out alternative rock hits like "Harps" and "Modern Love." With opening sets from indie pop band Beginners, you’ll be losing yourself in catchy, hand-clapping tunes that’ll make you think it’s the weekend.

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The Echo Wednesday May 6 2015

Esperanza Spalding

Radiating cool jazzy sounds, Esperanza Spalding spotlights at Hollywood’s El Rey Theatre with her iconic bass-infused tunes and breathy vocals. If you haven’t yet heard her Grammy-Award winning hits from Chamber Music Society and the latest Radio Music Society, or if you're a major jazz junkie, it’s time to reserve this thirsty Thursday for a soulful night among the crowd.

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El Rey Theatre Thursday May 7 2015

NKOTB, Nelly and TLC

The OG boy band of the late '80s, early '90s are retaking the blocks one stage at a time—step by step—with the added hip-hop flares of the all-girl crew TLC and rapper Nelly (swoon). Let loose at the ultimate throw back show and watch these once teenage, leather-donning heartthrobs belt out your favorite hits.

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The Forum Saturday May 9 2015
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Sufjan Stevens

Fusing electronica with lo-fi folk rock (think rhythmic synth beats and acoustic guitar), this Michigan native will serenade you with hits from his latest tracks like “Should Have Known Better,” “Chicago,” and “No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross.” Indie rock lovers will appreciate the relaxed breathy tunes and instrumental prowess of this one-man band, while electronica enthusiasts will likely enjoy the Technicolor costumes and eclectic beats.

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Dorothy Chandler Pavilion Wednesday June 3 2015

Mountain Goats

Folk-style indie rock band The Mountain Goats are bringing their acoustic stylings and good vibes to Downtown’s Mayan nightclub—likely amidst the rugged man-bun donning, flannel-wearing hipsters of LA. These coffee shop cool tunes will fill the 3-story club (known for its’ Latin flare) for a wild card show at this dimly lit, impressively decked out venue.

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Mayan Wednesday June 3 2015

Scott Weiland & the Wildabouts

Prior Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland may have gotten the boot from the band that made him a star, but it certainly paved a successful solo route. Set to debut his latest album Blaster alongside the Wildabouts, Angelenos can expect tracks of pure rock and roll genius. Mixing grunge-era styles with 70’s rock, the average listener can belt out to songs like Hotel Rio, 20th Century Boy, and other hits you already know the words to.

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El Rey Theatre Saturday June 6 2015

Seinabo Sey

Stockholm native Seinabo Sey debuts her latest pop centric tracks with jazzy vocals that guarantee a body-swaying, hand-clapping experience at El Rey’s theatre. This fervent Swede packs a soulful punch in her worldwide tour, following the newest album release of For Madeline—naturally, highlighting her powerful vocals. Sip down a cozy cocktail and sway your phones to songs like Younger, Pistols at Dawn, and Rather Be.

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El Rey Theatre Tuesday June 9 2015


Underground hip-hop artist Yelawolf has come a long way from the dirty south. Hailing from Gadsden Alabama, this rock and roll bad boy fuses rap and hip-hop to dish out hard-hitting tracks like his the ones in his latest Love Story album release. Spotlighting mega artists like ‘Best Friend’ with Eminem and 'Till It’s Gone' with Travis Barker on the beat, Angelenos are in for an epic treat June 10 at the Fonda Theatre.

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The Fonda Theatre Wednesday June 10 2015
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CATbaret is a celebrity celebration of the alluring feline through music and dance! Don't miss the one night only performance at the opulent Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles on August 4th, and a chance to support a local cat and kitten rescue center, Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats ( This nonprofit organization focuses their outreach efforts on responsible pet ownership, adoption options, spay neuter and Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) of feral cats in low income communities, including the south LA area. Performances feature returning stars from last year's CATS for Cats fundraiser show, such as Fred Willard, Owain Yeoman, Keith David, Ioan Gruffudd, and this year's newest additions including stars from the hit TV show So You Think You Can Dance as well as Sara Rue, Jasika Nicole, Chris Carmack, Steven Weber and more! CATbaret will showcase music from show tunes like BE A LION to classic rock's HONKY CAT and from bluesy BLACK CAT BONE to 60's pop WALKING MY CAT NAMED DOG with everything in between! Click below for a peek at the CATS for Cats performance.