It’s November which means holiday music is dominating the radio and retail. However, LA, one of the top cities of music, is still keeping its concert selection diverse. As we countdown to Thanksgiving and Christmas, the countless live music events the city has to offer is not slowing down. Here at Loop Magazine, we keep our finger on the pulse of what’s hot and happening, and we have an exciting November concert selection for you below.
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Zhu comes from a unique story. One can’t say his claim to fame included making a “name for himself” because he released his first hit “Faded” anonymously. He was the first anonymous artist to be nominated for a Grammy, but I guess you could say he’s getting a little more comfortable with the spotlight as he has once again embarked on tour.
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Hollywood Palladium6215 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles@hollywoodpalladium
One can not simply forget the “Forget You” (or “F*ck You”) singer Ceelo Green. The 2000s icon has produced multiple hits including “Closet Freak” and “I’ll Be Around.” His most recent singles are “Serious” and “Traffic Jam.” We are sure he’ll perform them all at this event!
Morongo Casino Resort and Spa49500 Seminole Drive, Cabazon@morongocasinoresort
It would not be a proper LA music round up without a mention of Sofar Sounds. The nationally known company famous for putting on secret concerts with secret locations has weekly events here in LA, but we decided to spotlight the November 10th locations of Malibu and Venice. The artists might be a surprise but the scenery is not.
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One of the most prime combinations is good music plus good food, and the LA3C Festival will continuously serve it the whole weekend of the 11th. Headlined by Erykah Badu and Herbie Hancock, the line up features a mixture of indie, R&B and hip-hop artists that patrons can enjoy while also eating food from some of LA’s top restaurant spots. Happening downtown, this is an event you will not want to miss.
Theatre at Ace Hotel929 S Broadway, Los Angeles@acedtla
Calling all electronic music fans, this event is for you. German DJ Bunt is performing at the historic Roxy Theater in West Hollywood. The artist strives to make his music “colorful” and something everyone can enjoy. This is the last stop of his Clouds Tour, which went across Europe and North America, so you know the energy is going to be great.
The Roxy9009 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood@theroxy
Another K-pop group is coming to LA! The Rose, a 4 member global sensation will take over The Forum with their songs that will make their fans and anyone else want to dance!
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The Kia Forum3900 W Manchester Blvd, Inglewood@thekiaforum
It’s a duo we did not know that we needed. Rock band Queen and glam-rock performer Adam Lambert have come together for an iconic tour that has two dates in LA. Get ready to sing along to all the top hits from “Bohemian Rhapsody” (we mean, it has to be in the setlist given the tour name, right?) and all your 2000s emo anthems like “What Do You Want From Me?”
BMO Stadium3939 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles@BMOStadium
Presented by American Airlines and Mastercard, R&B artist H.E.R is coming to The Hollywood Palladium for one night only. Having just released her latest single “The Journey” in May and performed on NBC’s SNL with the Foo Fighters, the artist is on a high that is sure to translate to her upcoming concert.
Hollywood Palladium6251 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles@hollywoodpalladium
One of the last stops on their world tour, Allah-Las is performing at The Lodge Room for two nights. This alternative band prides itself on making music that is different from what is heard on the radio. So, if you share similar sentiments to the band members that everything on the radio sounds the same, diversify your music taste by checking out the show.
LODGE Room104 N Ave 56, Los Angeles@lodgeroom
This Philadelphia native is bringing their energy to the West Coast. Known for their hits such as “Just Want to Rock” and “The Way Life Goes,” Lil Uzi Vert kicked off their latest tour last month and is traveling all across the country to perform their latest album Pink Tape.
The Kia Forum3900 W Manchester Blvd., Inglewood@thekiaforum
We are officially in the season of holiday concerts, and we have to include the queen of Christmas herself, Miss Mariah Carey. Every year, the “All I Want For Christmas Is You” singer never fails to capitalize on her holiday hits including having a mini Christmas tour, which will be coming to the Hollywood Bowl this year.
Hollywood Bowl2301 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles@hollywoodbowl
Tik tok, it’s time to get your Kesha tickets! The 2000s clubbing anthem icon has seen a lot through the years, reflected in her music’s evolution. Formally known as The Gag Tour, Los Angeles is the final stop of the now named Only Love Tour. The artist announced the name change earlier this year. “Life is too short, and I want to celebrate the freedom and love in my life with all of you,” Kesha wrote in an Instagram post.
Hollywood Palladium6251 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles@hollywoodpalladium
Ellie Goulding with an orchestra backing her up will be nothing short of magical. Therefore, it is only fitting that she makes her Walt Disney Concert Hall debut with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. The artist has been doing special performances around the US with an orchestra backup and will conclude in Los Angeles just before Thanksgiving. Fans can expect grand renditions of her top hits and fan favorites.
Walt Disney Concert Hall111 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles@waltdisneyconcerthall
This St. Louis rapper is most well known for her 2023 hit “Pound Town,” which had a remix featuring Nicki Minaj. Sexyy Red draws fans in with her humor and blatantly honest lyrics about sex and relationships and she’s about to get real with Los Angeles with her stop on the Hood Hottest Princess tour.
The Wiltern3790 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles@thewiltern
It is safe to say that fans went absolutely ballistic when these three pop and reggaeton icons announced a joint tour. Will this feel like a concert or a club as Enrique Iglesis, Pitbull and Ricky Martin close out November with a bang.
Crypto.com Arena1111 S Figueroa St., Los Angeles@cryptocomarena
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