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[Yeezus by Tommy Ton via] Get swept away by the unmistakable California sound of L.A.-native rock bands Dawes and Bleached. Rage with master turntablist A-Trak and the Fool's Gold family at a Hollywood house party. Spend an evening with one of music's most talented loose cannons at Kanye West's Yeezus gig in OC. Celebrate the holidays with Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross and other hip-hop superstars at the Power 106 Cal Christmas. Make the most of your freedom before Monday rolls around with some seriously awesome live music using our guide to L.A.'s best concerts this weekend.
[Snoop, Dam-Funk via] Take it back a decade or two with the anthems of your teen years from Brand New, Finch, and Third Eye Blind. Get extremely funky with Snoop and Dam-Funk at the record release celebration of their new album, 7 Days of Funk. Bounce to the beats of Tommy Trash and Benny Benassi, or seize one of three chances to rage at a house party with A-Trak. With so many awesome shows going down in your home town, get ready to make your moves using our guide to L.A.'s best live music this week.
The next time you hear some non-Angeleno say L.A. lacks any real culture, ask them if the KROQ Weenie Roast has ever come to wherever they're from or the last time The Weeknd played a show at sunset in a cemetery where famous people like Bugsy Siegel, two of the Ramones, Jayne Mansfield and George Harrison have been laid to rest. It may not feel like L.A.'s five-month-long shorts and sandals pool party season outside yet, but the summer of live music is already going strong with the aforementioned concerts and more, all of which we bring you in this handy guide to L.A.'s top shows to see this week. More»
We've been trying to tell you this for weeks, but the Summer Of Live Music isn't going to be stopping any time soon. Nope, with yet another week of unique shows from big names, old favorites and dynamic new groups, it looks like you're not getting any rest before Labor Day. But trust us, this is nothing to complain about, especially with only-in-L.A. gems like The Weeknd on the Hollywood Forever Cemetery lawn on the radar. So whatever else you might be up to this week, make sure you leave time to Go See A Show! More»
Tuesday, March 11
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.