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Labor Day weekend is over, let’s go back to the rock shows:

On Tuesday 4th, Lindsey Stirling and Evanescence are at the Greek Theatre, Let’s Eat Grandma are at the Moroccan Lounge with Odetta Hartman, J. Bonigno is at the Hi Hat with Cartalk, Cheridomingo, Raquet, RIVVRS is at the Troubadour with Paul McDonald, Madi Sipes & the Painted Blue, Ziggy Alberts is at the Bootleg Theater with Harrison Storm, New Media are at the Satellite with Gold Shimmer, Euphio, Habitat, Tree Machines, Vigil & the Thieves and Raised on TV are at the Redwood Bar.

On Wednesday 5th, BTS are at the Staples Center, Juanes is at the Hollywood Bowl, Latin Waves at Twilight on the (Santa Monica) Pier, with Orquesta Akokán, Jarina de Marco, QUITAPENAS and Sister Mantos, Bishop Briggs is at the Theatre at Ace Hotel with Joywave, Andrew W.K. is at the Fonda Theatre with the Saint James Society , Bird Concerns, Young Creatures, and Lia are at the Moroccan Lounge, The Lagoons, Tim Atlas are at the Bootleg Theater with Harry Paradise, Protoje is at the Echoplex, The Marcus King Band are at the Troubadour with Bishop Gunn, MAWD is at the Satellite with Aloud, Graves & the Bad Weather, Wicked Shallows are at the Redwood, Roscoe Mitchell and Christina Wheeler at Zebulon, Daphne Guinness is at Amoeba.

On Thursday 6th, Phoenix are at the Fonda Theatre with Giorgio Poi, BTS are at the Staples Center, Hot Tuna Electric and Steve Kimock are at the El Rey Theatre, Sports are at the Roxy with KeithCharles, The Memories are at the Echo with Wild Wing, Rumblepak, Rico Nasty is at Echoplex with Maliibu Miitch, Parisalexa is at the Moroccan Lounge with Otieno Terry, The High Curbs are at the Hi Hat with Ah God and On Drugs, Cigarette Bums, Balun are at the Bootleg Theater with TWINKIDS and Twin Seas, The Marcus King Band are at the Troubadour with Bishop Gunn, Laciste, French Mouth, Rhyne, Copan are at the Redwood, Rivers & Sun are at the Satellite with Scenic Underground, Ivy Wood, Balto, Milo Greene are at Amoeba.

On Friday 7th, Cut Copy and Kauf at the Wiltern, Phoenix are at the Fonda Theatre with Giorgio Poi, Harry Connick Jr. is at the Hollywood Bowl
Residente is at the Hollywood Palladium, Book of Love are at the Teragram Ballroom, Yacht Rock Revue is at the El Rey Theatre, CLOZEE is at the Roxy with Tor, Volo, and Balkan Bump, Rich the Kid is at the Novo, The Puscie Jones Revue are at the Moroccan Lounge with Groove Sauce and Calvin the II, Easy are at the Echo with the Entire Universe, Crush (Cole & Zumi from The Black Lips), The Molochs are at the Lodge Room with Smokescreens, The Primals are at the Hi Hat with Prissy Whip, Deth Crux, Sad Boy Punk Songs, Jade Bird is at the Troubadour with Field Report (Solo), Jake La Botz  is at the Bootleg Theater with KaiL Baxley, Sean Wheeler & the Reluctant Messengers are at the Redwood Bar, The Zazz Brothers are at Zebulon.

On Saturday 8th, BTS are at the Staples Center, Helloween at the Hollywood Palladium, Harry Connick Jr. is at the Hollywood Bowl, THE AUSTRALIAN PINK FLOYD Show is happening at the Theatre at Ace Hotel, JJ Grey and Mofro at the Teragram Ballroom with Dragondeer, Yacht Rock Revue is at the El Rey Theatre, Ceramic Animal are at the Roxy with Pinky Pinky and the Grinns, Slaughter Beach, Dog are at the Moroccan Lounge with Gladie, Fitness are at the Hi Hat with Beginners, Chris Crofton, Neil Hamburger, Jonny Fritz and Lizzy Cooperman are at the Bootleg Theater, Modular Soundbath is at Zebulon, Viernes 13, Left Alone, Los Kung Fu Monkeys, Los Creepers, Schizm, and Destruction Made Simple are all at the Troubadour.

On Sunday, Sept. 9, BTS are at the Staples Center, Harry Connick Jr. is at the Hollywood Bowl, Yob are at the Teragram Ballroom with Acid King, Nick Flessa is at the Bootleg Theater with Eyeshadow, Lay/Haug, LVL Up are at the Echo with Pllush, Follies, 13th Chime, Kommunity FK and OTZI are at Echoplex, Dread Mar-I is at the Regent Theater with Quinto Sol, El Arka, Nelson El Toro, The Fast Camels, Leslie Pereira and the Armoires are at the Redwood Bar, Clarke & the Himselfs, Adam Faucett, Rick Wood are at Zebulon.

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