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Honda Center

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Honda Center

Time Out says

Constructed in 1993, the Honda Center can squeeze in up to 17,000 Anaheim Ducks fans during hockey season—though that number is roughly halved when the venue gets converted into an amphitheater-style seating for musical guests, which have included Barry Manilow, Madonna and U2.


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Machine Gun Kelly

  • Pop

That early-aughts–style pop-punk has made a resurgence is no surprise (hello, 20-year nostalgia cycle). But who knew that one of the most competent revivalist would come by way of rapper Machine Gun Kelly, who’s teaming up with Avril Lavigne and WILLOW for his show at the Forum.

Kendrick Lamar

  • Rap, hip-hop and R&B

After earning a Pulitzer Prize for his 2017 album, DAMN., Kendrick Lamar has finally filled the five-year break with the release of Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers—and a bunch of SoCal tour dates, too. Lamar will play the Honda Center as well as two nights at the Arena, with support from Baby Keem at both. An unparalleled lyricist and easily hip-hop’s most ambitious heir, the Compton native’s no-frills live shows place the spotlight squarely on his talents on the mic; it’s not a show to be missed. For both shows, presale starts Thursday, May 19 at 10am, with general sale the following day on Friday, May 20 at noon.

The Who

  • Rock and indie

The Who—that is, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, some other musicians and two very prominent ghosts—come to town on their “The Who Hits Back!” tour. See them in Anaheim at the Honda Center or at the Hollywood Bowl.

Greta Van Fleet

  • Rock and indie

If you’re holding out for a Led Zeppelin reunion, you might have to settle for the classic rock-inspired stylings of this Michigan quartet. In case the Jimmy Paige-indebted blues riffs and Robert Plant-inspired yelps didn’t give it away, the members of Greta Van Fleet are devoted students of the legendary British rockers.

The Smashing Pumpkins

  • Rock and indie

The Smashing Pumpkins may never again reach the heights of its sublime run of albums in the early ’90s, but that won’t stop Billy Corgan from reassembling the seminal alt rock band again and again in one form or another. For the band’s 30th anniversary, Corgan and founding members Jimmy Chamberlin and James Iha (plus D’arcy Wretzky replacement Jeff Schroeder) are hitting the road with a pair of SoCal dates, including the Honda Center and the Hollywood Bowl, with support from Jane’s Addiction.

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