Here at WorldArts we’re thankful for live music and everybody involved making it possible. From the artists, concert promoters and venues, we appreciate everything everyone involved does and compiled a list of events attend around the holiday whether you’re spending it with family or friends.
Wednesday, November 23
Capital Cities @ Fonda Theater
The indie pop duo released their latest single “Vowels” at the end of September hinting at a follow up album to their 2013 album In A Tidal Wave of Mystery. They’re currently wrapping up their North American tour for the year, ending it at the Fonda Theater.
$25 | Fonda Theater | 9:00 PM
Kanye West’s Saint Pablo Tour
After squashing his beef with Kid Cudi at his show in Sacramento, and cutting out after 3 songs, maybe the 39-year-old American rapper will redeem himself with fans with a return show in Anaheim. He performed at 7 shows at the Forum in Inglewood, for his Saint Pablo Tour and will be bringing the show to Orange County at the Honda Center.
$25 – $225 | Honda Center | 9:00 PM
30 days in LA: Brownies & Lemonade
Brownies & Lemonade has evolved into LA’s premiere event curators for showcasing some of the best emerging talent from SoundCloud. The organization began in January 2016 and has created a community in the underground scene of LA. This event is free with RSVP (which has been closed), but keep your eye out for a last minute link on social media if you wanna check it out.
Free with RSVP | Club Bahia | 9:00 PM
Thursday, November 24
Gobble Gobble Give Los Angeles
Every Thanksgiving Gobble Gobble Give works to expand their annual multi-city potluck feeding the homeless in our communities. They are always looking for volunteers, donations and new people to participate. If you can’t make their pot luck events held at The Echo, Echoplex and Regent Theater, feel free to send donations here.
The Echo | Echoplex | Regent Theater | 10:00 AM
Friday, November 25
Majestic Casual @ El Rey Theater
Music tastemaker Majestic Casual is finally heading to the U.S. for their curated, global event series that is also in Berlin, London and Paris. They team plans to bring some of the top emerging talent shaping new sounds around the world to Los Angeles. So far Majestic Casual announced Nosaj Thing (DJ Set) and Point Point as showcase performers so far
$20 | El Rey Theater | 9:00 PM
Jai Wolf w/ Jerry Folk
$25 | The Observatory OC | 11:00 PM
Saturday, November 26
OWSLA in the Park (30 days in LA)
Red Bull Sound Select presents OWSLA in the PARK, November 26th as part of the 30 days in LA series. OWSLA is a LA-based electronic music record label headed by Skrillex, and the day will be a careful curation of artists under the label. The event is an all-day event in DTLA’s Grand Park.
Free | Grand Park | 12:00 PM
Dance For Standing Rock
If you’re looking to party with a purpose, Dance For Standing Rock is raising money to support Standing Rock and stopping the North Dakota Pipeline. Indigenous people and many others have peacefully protested the destruction of sacred land, and this is an organized holiday party trying to raise funds to send supplies to protestors. Check out their Facebook event for more information, the event will run from 9 PM – 6 AM.
$15 – $20
Sunday, November 27 // Monday, November 28
Porter Robinson & Madeon’s Shelter Live
One of electronic dance music’s most anticipated tour of the year. Porter Robinson and Madeon released their joint song “Shelter” earlier this year in tandem with announcing their special Shelter Live tour. Not your ordinary tour with Porter and Madeon sharing the stage for their co-headlining debut.
$$$ | Shrine Expo Hall & Auditorium | 9:00 PM
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