27 Los Angeles concerts you need to attend this March!

Holy smokes! There are way too many awesome concerts happening in-and-around Los Angeles for the month of March! Below you will find the 27 best Los Angeles concerts happening this March. From underground punk bands such as Solids and Creative Adult, to world renowned musicians such as Neil Young — check out below all the best concerts in L.A. We really hope you’re attending at least one of these!

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1. Angel Olsen at the Echoplex — March 2
Her passion is heard through the speakers as they blare her vocals, but when one sees her live, that passion is not only heard, but seen.The feeling of loneliness, heartbreak, and human observation sieves through her songs, unafraid of whether or not they will be welcomed.
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2. The Casket Girls at the Echo — March 6
Phaedra and Elsa Greene create “eerie” (but not so eerie) dream pop that will have every high school hipsterette singing along to their tunes. From sweet and innocent tunes, to fuzz driven raucous garage jams — these cute blondes have some pretty cool tunes to offer.
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3. Four Tet at the Echoplex —  March 6
Four Tet quickly sold-out his first Echoplex date, so this second one was added. And we’re pretty sure tickets have now sold-out and a select few will be available at the door. Get ready for an epic night of deep electronic beats and magnificent soundscapes.
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4. Wild Beasts at the Troubadour — March 6
 The UK band are set to release their fourth album, Present Tense, on February 25 via Domino. These guys create some amazing contemporary British indie pop and we highly recommend you catch this intimate performance.
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5. The Entrance Band at the Roxy — March 8
The band resembles the seductive sounds of 1960′s bands such as Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd, and The Doors. Hardly any vocals are heard by vocalist Guy Blakeslee, but that isn’t necessary when your ears are seduced by epic guitar solos and paced drums as heard on the track “Summertime”.
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6. Mark Kozelek of Sun Kil Moon at First Unitarian Church — March 8
There might not be a songwriter out there today that is able to wax as elegantly as Kozelek about both the profound and the mundane, usually within just a few lines of each other. It’s on Kozelek’s long running project Sun Kil Moon’s sixth album, Benji that he perhaps accomplishes this best.
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7. Solids with Creative Adult at Church on York — March 8
Solids are a glorious hurricane of crashing cymbals, fuzzy blankets of distortion, and the perfect sounding punk vocals with soaring (yet chaotic) choruses that just beg for you to chime in. Coming from California’s North Bay Punk scene, Creative Adult have created a new punk record that thrashes with emotion. It breathes an omnipotence of what punk once sounded like.
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8. Russian Circles at El Rey Theatre —  March 10
Touring in support of their critically acclaimed new album, Memorial Russian Circles are bringing their polished post-metal sound to the El Rey for an epic night of music that will blow you away. To top it all off, they will be joined by Seattle art rock / metal trio, Helms Alee. Enough said.
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9. The Kooks at Troubadour — March 10
It’s been quite some time since the loveable British indie rockers, the Kooks have graced our fine city of Angels.  We last saw the Kooks live in March of 2012, so expect a packed show.
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10. Vinyl Williams at the Satellite — March 14
L.A.-based Vinyl Williams, led by the 23-year-old Lionel Williams is not your average psych band. While other musicians in this trending genre sound practically alike, Vinyl Williams takes a more holistic, artistic and cultured approach with his level of psychedelic influence. Pretty amazing.
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11. James Vincent McMorrow at the Roxy — March 17
Get ready to swoon ladies and gents, Irish singer and songwriter, James Vincent McMorrow will make your heart tingle, and then some! acclaimed debut album, Early in the Morning, reached # 1, went platinum and picked up a Choice Music Prize nomination.
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12. Kraftwerk at Walt Disney Concert Hall — March 18
German electronic music pioneers, Kraftwerk are coming to Los Angeles with an eight-show performance schedule! This is just one of their shows where the group will perform their 1974 debut album, Autobahn.
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13. How To Dress Well and Forest Swords at the Roxy March 18
It’s been quite some time since L.A. was graced with the entrancing experimental r&b and rich falsettos of How To Dress Well. We last caught How To Dress Well at the Echo back in 2011.
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14. Band of Skulls with Deap Vally at Belasco Theater — March 18
English alt rockers, Band of Skulls have a new album underway and to celebrate they are going on an extensive world tour across the U.S., UK and Europe! Their third full-length record, Himalayan is set for release on March 31st!
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15. Boys Noize at the Glass House March 20
Boys Noize will invade Los Angeles in support of his Out Of The Black – The Remixes release and to celebrate he has four uniquely curated events including two headlining show dates (this is just one of them).
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16. NOBUNNY, Hunx & His Punx, Shannon and the Clams at Echoplex — March 20
Expect to see some American Apparel butt-huggers, some balls and even maybe a penis as both Nobunny and Hunx like to bare it all. This show is gonna be straight up lewd!
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17. MUSINK feat. Descendents and The Vandals March 21-23
It doesn’t get any more Southern Californian than this, tattoos and punk rock. It’s no wonder all the L.A. transplants love this music festival since it’s their vision of what is “Cali cool”… This year’s MUSINK will also feature Tech N9ne, Transplants, Love Canal and more.
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18. The Black Lips with The Coathangers at El Rey Theatre March 21
Atlanta’s dirty boys of garage punk, the Black Lips have a new album arriving March 18th titled, Underneath the Rainbow. The Black Lips teamed up with Patrick Carney (drummer of the Black Keys) and Budos Band’s Tommy Brenneck to record the new music. As their seventh full-length, the Black Lips promised a more Southern rock and country vibe, hmmmm.
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19. St. Vincent at Wiltern: March 21
All we have to say is, have you listened to St. Vincent’s new self-titled record? IT’S ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE! Therefore, this show is going to be supreme and a must-attend. That is all.
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20. Burgerama III at Observatory March 22-23
This is all you need to know: Death, the Black Lips, Kool Keith, Sleep, FIDLAR, Mac DeMarco, Hunx & His Punx, Shannon & the Clams, Bleached, Nobunny, Gap Dream, Audacity, the Coathangers, Allah-Las, Tijuana Panthers, together Pangea, the Lovely Bad Things, Mystic Braves & more. #Duh
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21. BRONCHO at the Satellite March 23
Oklahoma trio Broncho throwback to the 1970s punk rock hey day, with some garage pop flair and a whole lot of energy that will have you shakin’ in your boots. Their debut album Can’t Get Past the Lips is out now, but don’t just listen to it on the interwebs, hear it live, pogo and give ‘em hell in the circle pit!
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22. Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Valerie June at Wiltern March 25
Not only is Sharon Jones one amazing soul sister, but she’s a darn tough cookie too. Recently diagnosed with cancer, Sharon Jones put off her tour and new record on hold, but now after a successful operation, ongoing treatment, and the continued support of friends, family, and fans, Sharon Jones is back.
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23. Linda Perhacs at The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever — March 27
The ultimate 70s love child, Linda Perhacs is bringing her legendary psychedelic folk to the Masonic Lodge. After 44 long years, Linda will release her sophomore album, The Soul Of All Natural Things on March 4 via Asthmatic Kitty. Reviving Perhac’s Aquarian folk and ethereal, avant-garde sound — the new album features collaborators Julia Holter and Ramona Gonzalez of Nite Jewel.
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24. The National at Shrine Auditorium — March 25
While touring the past year in support of their sixth studio album, lead singer Matt Berninger, the only member without a sibling in the band, decided to invite his metalhead younger brother, Tom, to join the band’s crew as a roadie. Much to Matt’s chagrin, Tom soon began to ignore his roadie duties in order to make an unsanctioned documentary about the band. All that candid footage has now become an intimate and hilarious film titled, “Mistaken For Strangers”. The National will premier this very special documentary at this show.
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25. Rocket From the Crypt at Echoplex: March 29
If you don’t know about the greatness that is Rocket from the Crypt, you should definitely come check out their reunion show at the Echoplex. Any true rock ‘n’ roll / punk fan that grew up in Southern California loves these guys.
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26. Neil Young at Dolby Theatre — March 29
It’s Neil Young! What more do you need to know. This is the first of four show dates at the Dolby Theatre. If you’re going to any, consider yourself immensely lucky.
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27. The Sound of Animals Fighting at the Glass House — March 30
Post hardcore supergroup, Sounds Of Animals Fighting are back! Founded by Rich Balling of Rx Bandits, the band released a trilogy of records between 2004 and 2008, and performed only four live shows. The band’s live line-up consisted of 12 different musicians including Anthony Green of Circa Survive. What surprises will they have in store?
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