Preview to Live Summer Concerts in Los Angeles

Calling all dudes and dudettes…summertime is just around the corner and what could be a better way to forget about the heat and drought than a few cold beers, delicious street food and some of the best music to fill the air in months? That’s right, summer 2015 in Los Angeles is already showing great promise as festivals get underway and eclectic concerts make their way to some of the best outdoor venues. Music acts like The Smashing Pumpkins with Marilyn Manson, Van Halen, and Meghan Trainor will hop off their tour bus and entertain you with some mellow-ish…pop. Kid Rock and Foreigner and Juicy J all have the City of Angels on their schedules, as do Dave Matthews, Darius Rucker, Jimmy Buffett and Third Eye Blind. The list keeps growing every day reminding us that now is the time to stop procrastinating and start planning!

palladiumcrowdshot-1Hollywood Palladium

This legendary theater on Sunset Boulevard has been a premier live music destination in the heart of Hollywood for years, playing host to legendary musicians, as well as the hottest up and coming acts. Complete with a 11,200 square foot dance floor, this famed spot is a great spot to see a show and dance the night away.

Show Dates:
Juicy J on May 22
Meghan Trainor on July 24
Offspring on July 31

vwamppremiumseatsimage-1_1Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre

Nothing beats an al fresco venue in the summertime heat under the stars. Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre is home to the top outdoor concerts in the greater Los Angeles area. With great views of the stage and stunning views of Irvine, this esteemed California spot has hosted some of the biggest music artists and festivals. A plethora of fantastic artists will be gracing Irvine Meadows with their presence this summer, and you sure won’t want to miss the eclectic tunes and great vibes of this Los Angeles favorite.

Show Dates:
Nickelback – 6/26/15
Smashing Pumpkins and Marilyn Manson – 7/9/15
Van Halen – 7/14/15
Third Eye Blind & Dashboard Confessional – 7/19/15
Five Seconds of Summer – 7/20/15
Darius Rucker – 8/1/15
Hall & Oates – 8/30/15
Dave Matthews Band – 9/12/15, 7pm
Counting Crows – 10/2/15, 7pm
Jimmy Buffett – 10/24/15, 7pm

san_manuel_amphitheater_1San Manual Amphitheater

Boasting 65,000 seats, San Manual Amphitheater is located in the stunning Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernadino. An ideal festival location with exquisite views of the mountains, and the largest outdoor amphitheater in the United States, you won’t want to miss some of the iconic shows that will be happening here this summer.

Show Dates:
Lost Highway Festival – Toby Keith & Social Distortion – 5/30/15
Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival – Slayer, King Diamond & More – 6/27/15
Van Halen – 7/11/15
Kid Rock with Foreigner – 8/29/15

The warm California summertime air, supreme shows and a cold brewski in hand are all the makings for some great musical times.



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