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Time Out says

Formerly known as the Staples Center, this Downtown arena is best known as the home court for the Lakers (as well as fellow NBA team the Clippers, the NHL’s Kings and WNBA’s Sparks). It’s also one of the city’s go-to spaces for arena-sized concerts. Though it’s plush and modern, the sound quality in the 20,000-capacity arena is surprisingly variable.


1111 S Figueroa St
Los Angeles
Opening hours:
Box office: Tue noon–4pm
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  • Rap, hip-hop and R&B

After years on the margins, singer SZA’s career blew up in 2017 with the release of her long-awaited debut album Ctrl, which delivered modern-day R&B with introspective reflections and a willingness to borrow from other genres. Ctrl led to an appearance on the Black Panther soundtrack and her career has only climbed since then.

Doja Cat

  • Rap, hip-hop and R&B

Singer and rapper Doja Cat has come a long way since her days as a cow, infiltrating pop radio with her silky retro-futuristic bangers and becoming a mainstay of summer festivals and YouTube.

Enrique Iglesias + Pitbull + Ricky Martin

  • Latin and world

Dubbed “The Trilogy Tour,” this arena show promises to be the true vida loca: Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull and Ricky Martin headline a pair of shows at the Arena.

Depeche Mode

  • Rock and indie

The synth-pop pioneers return to L.A. for one of its first live shows in five years—and its first tour following the death of founding keyboard player Andy Fletcher. Expect darkly melodramatic and sleazy, stadium-scaled electro rock from Dave Gahan and Martin Gore, offset by the odd tender pop ballad, as only DM can pull off.

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