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The best upcoming concerts in L.A.

Check out our calendar of upcoming concerts in L.A. to find out which of your favorite bands have shows in the city

Michael Juliano
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Michael Juliano
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Whether you’re looking for local bands or Coachella-caliber headliners, there are plenty of upcoming concerts in L.A. every night of the week. We’ve scoured venue listings and scoped out new artists to bring you everything from secret shows on Sunset Boulevard to free concerts. All of the city’s best music is right here in our calendar of upcoming concerts in L.A.

The best upcoming concerts in L.A.

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  • Westside

Catch sets from up-and-coming performers and local legends during this free music series at the Getty, which features a pair of shows from a different band each weekend. The series kicks off in January with REBOLÚ and continues in February with Los Cenzontles and Los Originarios del Plan and March with a to-be-announced act.

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  • Chinatown

L.A. River-adjacent arts organization Clockshop presents this quarterly immersive sound series, which offers attendees a chance to listen to music while soaking up the natural environment. This February, to kick off Black History Month, you can hear readings by Mandy Harris Williams and Leah Thomas plus a performance by Tonina. You’ll also find picnic food from Hugh’s Hot Bowls, which will be set up at L.A. State Historic Park.

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  • Music
  • Pop
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  • Hollywood

This tribute show to the Beach Boys is giving off some seriously good vibrations: Beck, Brandi Carlile, Fall Out Boy, Hanson, Norah Jones, Lady A, John Legend, Little Big Town, Michael McDonald, Mumford & Sons, My Morning Jacket, Pentatonix, Charlie Puth, LeAnn Rimes, St. Vincent, Take 6 and Weezer will all be on hand for this filmed concert special at the Dolby Theatre.

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  • Funk, soul and disco
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  • Downtown

R&B crooner and pianist John Legend tackles the genre with refreshingly classy, old-school charm. See him play through his hits solo, on the piano during these special “evening with” sets at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

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  • Music
  • Reggae and dancehall
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  • Long Beach

Weed—the Cali vibes are weed. At least that’s the sense we get from this Long Beach festival. For the 2023 edition, Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill, Jack Johnson, Rebelution, 311, Damian Marley, Slightly Stoopid, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, and Method Man and Redman top the lineup.

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  • Dance and electronic
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  • USC/Exposition Park

Not to be confused with a similarly named fest at L.A. State Historic Park a few years ago, this Skyline comes from mega promoter Insomniac. For the second edition of the fest at Exposition Park, you’ll find a house and techno-heavy lineup that features Charlotte De Witte, Diplo, Joseph Capriati, Michael Bibi, Ellen Allien b2b Sara Landry, Skream b2b Dennis Ferrer and more.

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  • Rap, hip-hop and R&B
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  • Inglewood

Rolling Loud doesn’t have every major hip-hop act on its lineup, but it’s typically pretty damn close. See Playboi Carti, Future, Lil Wayne and—deep breath—Travis Scott headline the three-day fest, which this year heads to Inglewood at Hollywood Park, on the grounds next to SoFi Stadium. The absolutely massive lineup also includes the likes of Kodak Black, Tyga, Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, Saweetie, Ski Mask the Slump God and dozens more—seriously, we weren’t kidding about all the hip-hop.

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  • Rock and indie
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  • Anaheim

If your life is lacking spectacle, the playful, psychedelic band’s live show—packed with gratuitous confetti, colorful costumes and hamster ball crowd surfing—should fill the void.

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