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Hollywood Palladium

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Hollywood Palladium
Photograph courtesy Hollywood Palladium

Time Out says

Frank Sinatra with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra headlined the inaugural show at this theater on Halloween night 1940. Now, you can take a spin across the recently revamped 11,000-square-foot dance floor, though these days you’re more likely to be moving to Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Sleater-Kinney or Wilco.

Written by Hope Urban


6215 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles
Tickets: Call for details. $10-$40.
Opening hours:
Box office in person, show days only. By phone/online.
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  • Rock and indie

Pulp’s modern life-skewering, poignant and brilliantly crafted pop songs still hit their mark decades on, and sexagenarian Jarvis Cocker still twists the night away like an enthusiastic newbie half his age, while charming the pants off the adoring crowd with his wittily dry banter. Expect teary-eyed singalongs to the likes of “Lipgloss,” “Do You Remember the First Time,” “Disco 2000” and, of course, “Common People.”

Orville Peck

  • Folk, country and blues

Masked outlaw-country crooner Orville Peck rides into town for a pair of shows at the Palladium.

Dashboard Confessional

  • Concerts

Though you may have outgrown your emo phase, Chris Carrabba is still around to scream and bare his angsty nearly-50-going-on-13-year-old soul.

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