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HARD Summer rolled in over the weekend to bring two days of heavy unst unst to DTLA's Los Angeles State Historic Park across four huge outdoor stages. As one of the most anticipated largely EDM music festivals, this year's drew some of the biggest names in the game, including Flying Lotus, Dog Blood, Disclosure, Crystal Castles, Justice, Bassnectar, Zedd, and Empire of the Sun, to the beat-hungry masses. From the bros in neon tutus to the wilds of the crowd, insane light shows and views from the stage, see it all in this Instagram roundup of scenes at HARD Summer 2013.
[Photo via] This week marks the end of July and the start of August - which means TONS of live music! Two music festivals are happening in the heart of L.A. and two rock legends will be playing as well. Catch some R&B or go a little harder with El-P. Whatever you decide, as long as you get out there. See your options in this guide to L.A.'s best live music this week.
[Photo via] Planning for the weeks ahead? You should be! The next few weeks have a ton of parties in store, and we're looking forward to all of them. Whether you want to try LA's finest foods at California Spirit XXIX, dance all weekend long at HARD, or get your Gatsby on with a Prohibition Party, we've put together a list of 10 can't-miss events that you should definitely have on your list.
As the time of year meant for letting loose and basking in the warm air and sunshine, summertime fun and music festival go hand-in-hand, complete with live music, dancing and general revelry. Lucky for us, the music fest circuit is kicking into high gear and L.A. is hosting some of the hottest ones this summer for your enjoyment. This year we have long-running festivals holding it down and a couple of newbies breaking onto the scene, all of which cover the whole music fest spectrum, from the unst-unst, rave-y, PLUR-filled ones to the psychedelic hippy-ish retreats. We've pored over the plethora of events and narrowed it down to the ones you can't miss, so pay attention as we guide to the best music festivals to hit this summer in the L.A. area.
This year, the organizers of Governors Ball have really stepped up and taken their festival to the next level. What started as a one-day festival in 2011 has turned into full blown three-day extravaganza, featuring Kanye West, Guns N' Roses, and Kings of Leon as the headliners. Aside from big names, the festival is known for bringing together some of the best dance, indie, and hip-hop musicians to give the crowd a steady flow of ear candy. We've rounded up the artists that will get us out to Randall's Island early all weekend, so click through for the best non-headliners of Governors Ball 2013! More»
You don't need to make the journey out the desert to see some quality live music this weekend unless country crooning is your jam. But for those who will not be sporting their finest jorts and Stetsons at Stagecoach, there is some really awesome live music happening right here in L.A. this weekend that we highly recommend you try to see. From the one and only Depeche Mode to Crystal Castles and Wavves, we've gathered the top shows for you in this guide to L.A.'s best live music to see this weekend. More>>
Everyone getting pumped for Stagecoach?? Oh, not this year? Well there's lots of really awesome non-Confederate-loving, corn-fed live music happening here in L.A. over the next few days that can probably makeup for missing Toby Keith. You know, Depeche Mode playing the smallest venue they've ever performed in L.A., two Crystal Castles shows--that sort of thing. We've gathered it all for you here in this handy guide to L.A.'s best live music to see this week, so get up and go see a show, dammit!
The top two headliners for the 2013 Governors Ball have been released, and it's the most impressive lineup to date. Kanye West and Kings of Leon top the bill, appearing alongside a third artist yet to be announced. Kanye will be performing his first solo show in NYC since 2008, and it'll be Kings of Leon's first show in the city since 2010. We did some investigating of our own, and we think we've figured out the third headliner. Check out who our money is on below! More»
It's hard to follow a summer filled with music festivals taking over neighboring islands, free outdoor concerts in parks, and legendary venues reaching capacity on a weekly basis. But New York City is always up to the task, and this fall it will play host to some of the biggest names in music. Summer may be over but these 12 concerts will keep the energy riding high for another 3 months. Check out our list and get excited because you're not going to want to miss these! More»
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Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.