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SoFi Stadium

  • Sports and fitness
  • Inglewood
  1. SoFi Stadium
    Photograph: Time Out/Michael Juliano
  2. SoFi Stadium
    Photograph: Time Out/Michael Juliano
  3. SoFi Stadium
    Photograph: Time Out/Michael Juliano
  4. SoFi Stadium
    Photograph: Time Out/Michael Juliano
  5. SoFi Stadium
    Photograph: Time Out/Michael Juliano
  6. Vax Live
    Photograph: Time Out/Michael Juliano
  7. YouTube Theater exterior
    Photograph: Courtesy Timothy Norris/Hollywood ParkYouTube Theater exterior
  8. YouTube Theater
    Photograph: Courtesy Jeff Lewis/YouTube TheaterYouTube Theater

Time Out says

L.A.’s newest stadium is simply unlike any other in L.A., or really anywhere else for that matter. For starters, it’s massive—and as the home of the Rams and Chargers, now the largest in the NFL—and flanked by a lake and a public park. It also somehow successfully translates L.A.’s ubiquitous indoor-outdoor vibes into a 70,000-person stadium (with a capacity that can expand as high as 100,000). A translucent plastic skin over the entire structure allows for plenty of diffused natural light, while its open ends let a current of cool air float across the field. That setup is a little less successful for concerts, though; in our experience, the acoustics are remarkably muddy, and they only get more indecipherable the higher up you go.

On the food side, you’ll find four concepts from local faves Jon & Vinny. If you don’t feel like shelling out for concert tickets or a game (Super Bowl LVI in 2022 as well as, most likely, parts of the 2028 Summer Olympics), the stadium itself is worth a visit (you can book a tour for $30).

You’ll also find the YouTube Theater at Hollywood Park, a 6,000-seat theater on the southeast corner of the stadium.


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What’s on


  • Punk and metal

Pop-punk heavyweights Blink-182 underwent an unlikely renaissance about a decade back thanks to its 2011 comeback album, Neighborhoods—which turned out to be the last release with its original trio. Cofrontman Tom DeLonge departed, and though his trademark hyperexaggerated whine is nigh impossible to replicate, Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba brought a fresh perspective as his replacement. Now, as the 20-year nostalgia cycle has brought aughts-era pop-punk back into popularity, DeLonge will rejoin Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker for a world tour that includes a stop in L.A. at SoFi Stadium. Tickets go on sale Friday, October 27 at 10am.

The Rolling Stones

  • Rock and indie

The world’s grayest…er, greatest rock & roll band is back to get its rocks off in Inglewood with a show at SoFi Stadium. The reason to hit the road is, well, because they still can. When we last saw them, they ripped, though it took a handful of songs for them to loosen their ligaments.

Green Day

  • Rock and indie

Somehow Dookie is three decades old, and even American Idiot—which to elder Green Day fans probably still feels like a recent release—is now 20. The Bay Area-bred rock trio must have seen that single nostalgic tear stream down your cheek, because they’re turned their latest tour, the Saviors Tour, into a full-blown throwback pop-punk fest with support from the Smashing Pumpkins, Rancid and L.A.’s own, the Linda Lindas.

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