The Best Valentine’s Day Concerts in Los Angeles

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Spiritualized — Photo by Will Tee Yang for Grimy Goods

Are you asking yourself, “what should I do for Valentines Day in Los Angeles?” As if you didn’t already know, our fine city of Angels hosts some of the best nightlife the world. From a plethora of concerts to choose from on the daily, why not go hear some live music on Valentine’s Day. If this is something you have yet to do on this special day of love, you may as well give it a go. Trust us, your date will be fully impressed with your level of cool. And if you’re single, live music is always the way to go on Valentine’s Day so you don’t end up single on your way home. Check out below, the best Valentine’s Day concerts in Los Angeles.

 Spiritualized at Ace Hotel Los Angeles — The new Theatre at The Ace Hotel in Downtown L.A. couldn’t have selected a more perfect band for their Valentine’s Day grand opening. This special evening will feature Spiritualized performing their third studio album, Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space in all its entirety accompanied by full orchestra & choir.
Cost:  $59.00 – $169.00
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 A Club Called Rhonda featuring John Talabot, James Del Barco, Goddollars, Paradise, Shit Robot at Los Globos — If you missed Rhonda’s last love affair at the Standard on New Year’s Eve, don’t be a fool in love and miss out on this dance spectacle. It’s not as extravagant as NYE Rhonda, but you’re sure to have a sweaty and sexy time.
Cost:  $20
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 Santoros, Cherry Glazerr, L.A. Witch and Levitation Room at the Smell — Nothing like some young L.A. love on Valentine’s Day. This show will definitely attract the younger crowd, but if you want to hear some kick-ass local Los Angeles flavor, grab your date and head on out to the Smell. Oh, and it’s Cherry Glazerr’s record release show. We love those kids. <3
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Cost: $5

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Tijuana Panthers — Photo by Farah Sosa for Grimy Goods

 Tijuana Panthers, Cosmonauts, Bombón at the Glass House — If you like shows that get wild with kids pogo-ing around and climbing the stage for a dive, this is your jam. Surf rock, garage and all things rock ‘n’ roll — get ready to smash around.
Cost: $12-$14
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 Grand Park’s Got Funky Sole: Lovers Edition with Breakestra & Orgone — Whether you’re single or have a sweetheart, this is the place to get down to some funky soul as L.A.’s best Friday night dance party makes its way from the Echo to Grand Park on this special evening of love. Who doesn’t like dancing under the moonlight?!
Cost: FREE
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 Biffy Clyro at El Rey Theatre — If you’re taking your lady here, don’t mind her swooning eyes over the tattooed supebabe of a front-man/guitarist, Simon Neil. These Scottish rockers are full of dynamics; they range from a whisper of the pick, to a huge wall of noise with massive distortion and crashing drums. Trust, some sexy bedroom action will be had after this performance.
Cost: $25 or win a FREE pair here.
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 Eagles of Death Metal at Viper Room — Josh Homme may have confirmed he has begun work on a new Eagles Of Death Metal album, but don’t expect to see him at this Valentine’s Day performance. Regardless, the ladies love shaking their hips to the soulful funky rock ‘n’ blues sounds of these eccentric Eagles. This is a perfect show if you’re on the prowl or just looking to spice up your date.
Cost: $20
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 St. Lucia at the Observatory — From Brooklyn by way of South Africa, St. Lucia is for lovers. With an exhilarating live performance, St. Lucia’s music is built to make your body groove with their lush atmospheric dream pop that sends you through a tunnel of sweet nostalgic love, almost transporting you another world.
Cost: $16
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