Shrine Auditorium
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Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center


Time Out says

Built in 1926, this huge, 6,300-capacity Moorish structure is most famous for its role as the host of several of Hollywood's major annual awards shows, including the annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards in January—no surprise, given the record it holds as the single largest proscenium style stage with a freestanding balcony in all of North America.


665 W Jefferson Blvd
Los Angeles
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Future Islands

The Baltimore synth-pop crew returns with more gut-punching anthems propped up by frontman Samuel T. Herring’s patented shimmy-and-growl theatrics. 

  • Rock and indie

LCD Soundsystem

Many band “disbandments” are followed by a triumphant return just a few years later, but still, it was a surprise when the dance-punk outfit came back so soon after its grand finale in 2014. That said, we’re sure glad James Murphy & Co. have stuck around since then—and that you can catch the seminal indie crew during a fall residency at the Shrine and Palladium.

  • Rock and indie
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