42 Best Los Angeles Concerts this June featuring Bob Dylan, Anderson .Paak, Bishop Briggs and more

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Cage The Elephant

June 21 — Cage The Elephant with Portugal. The Man at Shrine Expo Hall
Last time we caught Cage The Elephant live their intense, powerhouse set had the crowd revved up from the get-go. Expect that same level of energy to be poured into their upcoming set, featuring songs from their latest release Tell Me I’m Pretty. Co-headliners Portugal. The Man will no doubt be drumming up a blissful rock n’ roll frenzy as well. Sunflower Bean opens.
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June 22 — Lee Scratch Perry’s 80th Birthday by Subatomic Soundsystem at Echoplex
Living reggae legend, producer/musician extraordinaire and Godfather of Dub Lee Scratch Perry is still going strong. He may be celebrating his 80th birthday this year but he ain’t too old to party — the eccentric icon’s energy and performance remains as luminous as it ever was! Joining him for this one-of-a-kind event is backing group Subatomic Soundsystem, Jamaiel Shabaka, and Dub Club DJs Tom Chasteen and Boss Harmony.
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June 23 — Sonny & The Sunsets at The Echo
San Francisco’s trippy psych-rockers Sonny & The Sunsets, led by front man Sonny Smith, have a keen knack for writing compelling songs that are personable and highly relatable. Hear colorful new tunes from their sixth full-length Moods Baby Moods recently released via Polyvinyl Record Company and produced by tUnE yArDs’ Merrill Garbus. Will Ivy supports.
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June 24 — Birdy at Fonda Theatre
British singer-songwriter sensation Birdy really broke out on the music scene in 2011 with her UK chart-topping cover of Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love.” Since then she’s matured in her own right and has really begun to soar to great heights with her new album Beautiful Lies, which features haunting yet soulful tunes such as “Shadow” and “Silhouette.” Lawrence Taylor opens.
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June 24 — Eagulls at Teragram Ballroom
British melodic alt-rockers Eagulls are ready to invade Los Angeles with their guitar driven, Cure inspired sound which can be heard on their new album Ullages. But why just listen to the album when you can rock out to it live?! Indulge in bold new soundscapes found on tracks like “My Life In Rewind” and “Skipping.”
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Cold Showers

June 24 & 25 — June Gloom with Cold Showers, Fangs on Fur, and more at Complex
Complex is presenting a full, jam packed weekend of the finest post-punk music that Los Angeles has to offer. Don your darkest outfit, embrace your moody feels and sway the night away at June Gloom, featuring live music from Fangs On Fur, Cold Showers, Egrets on Ergot, Second Still, Echolust, Swampland, Terminal A, Band Aparte, Mac Luster, The Blood Wisdom.
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June 24 — Twin Peaks at Echoplex
Chicago garage punk n’ rollers Twin Peaks really got down to the nitty gritty when it came to working on their new album Down In Heaven, out now via Grand Jury. Last time we saw them live they rolled out a debaucherous set so we’d suggest getting ready to pump those fists and let it rip! Golden Daze and fellow label mates Ne-Hi kick things off.
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June 24 — Radkey at The Echo
Fast-as-hell sibling punk trio Radkey put on a wicked entertaining set and we’re excited to catch them live once again, doing what they do best, which is tearing it up on stage. Jump into the pit and enjoy badass new songs such as “Love Spills, “Romance Dawn,” and “Glore” live. Flying Hair opens.
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The Roots

June 25 — The Roots with Special Guests at The Novo
Grammy nominated hip-hop neo-soul band The Roots have made quite a name for themselves over the years, releasing a slew of great albums including their latest …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin and acquiring some serious star power as Jimmy Fallon’s house band on The Tonight Show. The Roots can do no wrong with their immense talent and charisma. Check them out live with Special Guests this month at The Novo and you won’t be sorry.
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June 25 & 26 — Mudcrutch at Fonda Theatre
Mudcrutch is the predecessor to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and the group has reconvened with Petty at the helm. The band just released the new aptly titled album Mudcrutch 2 in late May. See this living legend live, and in a whole new light at the Fonda Theatre for two back-to-back nights of pure, unadulterated rock n’ roll. The Shelters open.
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June 27 — King Khan & The Shrines at Echoplex
King Khan & The Shrines know how to boogie! Well versed in the art of performing at the wildest levels, this show is going to be all about non-stop dancing, fun and keeping it weird! Khan’s specialty brand of garage pop will infiltrate your mind, body and soul with every note and vocal shriek. Get there early and get down to the swingin’ sounds of opening acts Giorgio Murderer and Gal Pals.
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June 27 — Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals –at The Theatre at Ace Hotel
Hip-hop’s brightest young lyricist Anderson .Paak is about to breakout big time. He was one of our featured Must-See Coachella Undercards and we were super impressed with his memorable SXSW performance which featured songs from his 2016 album Malibu. He’ll be joined on stage by his backing band The Free Nationals. Little Simz and Pomo open.
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June 30 — Death Valley Girls Album Release Party at The Echo
Cheers to longtime Grimy Goods favorite Death Valley Girls who are slated to celebrate their Album Release Party at one of our favorite local venues The Echo. We’ve always dug their reverb-soaked garage rock anthems and are thrilled to hear what fresh and intriguing sounds await us on their new album Glow In The Dark. The show presented by Burger Records will also feature kickass performances by Peach Kelli Pop and Frankie and The Witch Fingers. Don’t miss out!
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