One of the best things about Los Angeles is that there is always a music event to go to. From a stadium or arena concert to a bar jazz night, music lovers everywhere can agree that LA is the place to be. Here at Loop, we keep track of what’s going on in the LA music scene and October is plentiful with events. Here are some exciting concerts happening from now until Halloween!
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Jessie Ware is bringing her unique pop tunes that combine R&B and British electronic music to Hollywood.
For tickets, visit HERE
Hollywood Palladium6215 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles@hollywoodpalladium
Rap duo El-P and Killer Mike aka Run the Jewels made waves with their LP Run the Jewels, and now they are performing for four nights here in Los Angeles to celebrate their 10 year anniversary!
Founded by Emily Haines and Jimmy Shaw, Metric is celebrating the release of their latest LP, Formentera II, which comes out Oct 13 by having a concert the night before.
The Roxy9009 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood@theroxy
With the perfect name for October, Jukebox the Ghost, a piano-rock trio is putting on a performance entitled “Halloqueen.” This highly accredited band who has even performed on The Late Show with David Letterman and Conan is sure to bring the spooky vibes, and will be joined by music group Wolves of Glendale.
The Regent Theater448 S Main Street, Los Angeles@regenttheaterla
The art pop band James Supercave describes itself as being “Bowie and Morrissey influenced” and are known for their energetic performances. This concert is helping gain excitement for a debut self-titled EP schedule to release this spring.
The Troubadour9081 N Santa Monica, West Hollywood@thetroubadour
Making statements in both her songs and fashion choices, avant-garde icon Janelle Monáe is finally stopping in Los Angeles for her The Age of Pleasure Tour.
For tickets, visit HERE.
YouTube Theater1011 Stadium Drive, Inglewood@youtubetheater
Don’t snooze and miss the moment, for “Kill Bill” artist SZA is returning to LA for the second time on her S.O.S tour to sing all her latest hits.
Crypto.com Arena1111 S Figueroa St., Los Angeles@cryptocomarena
Rapper and singer NoCap is coming to downtown LA and will be performing hits from his six albums, one EP and five mixtapes that he’s released since debuting in 2017.
The Belasco Theater1050 S Hill St, Los Angeles@belascola
Sofar Sounds is known for its secret, intimate gigs where patrons don’t know who is performing until they get there. With multiple concerts in LA each month, they are back in West Adams and still as secretive as ever.
Angel City Jazz Festival starts October 13th and goes all the way until the 29th, and this is an event that you do not want to miss.Two jazz trios, Harriet Tubman and OCEANS AND will headline this 21+ event. Get ready to sway to the blues of the saxophone, cello, bass, soulful vocals and more.
The Zebulon2478 Fletcher Drive, Los Angeles@zebulonla
No Vacation is a San Francisco based indie pop group. With a dynamic live set and melodic instrumentals, the band has received comparisons to many seminal indie bands while simultaneously carving out a unique sound for themselves.
The Bellwether333 S Boylston Street, Los Angeles@thebellwetherla
Strfkr, known for their dance encouraging pop music, is returning to LA after having received accomplishments including sets at Coachella and Outside Lands, as well as shows all around the world in Central America, Asia, and Europe.
The Glass House200 W 2nd Street, Pomona@theglasshousepomona
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