48 Best Los Angeles Concerts This September Featuring Cold War Kids, Kraftwerk, Sigur Ros And More

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Counting Crows

September 8 — Counting Crows and Rob Thomas at the Greek Theatre
The dream of the ’90s is alive in Los Angeles! Alt-rockers Counting Crows are teaming up with Matchbox 20 front man and crooner Rob Thomas for a sweetly nostalgic double-header at The Greek. Counting Crows held it down at last year’s Kaaboo Festival and we’re expecting another moving performance this go-around.
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September 9 — Holy Ghost! at The Regent
NYC synth-pop duo Holy Ghost! have perfected the art of creating aurally pleasing, catchy as hell, dance floor ready tunes. In addition to classic ’80s inspired jams from their first two albums expect to hear the latest bangers from their second EP Crime Cutz as well, available now via DFA Records. Time to sweat it out! DJ Cooper Saver and DJ Daniel T support and Special Guest TBA.
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September 9 — Blondie at the L.A. County Fair
Fearless new-wave dance punk veterans Blondie, fronted by the supremely badass vocalist Debbie Harry, are scheduled to make a rare appearance at the L.A. County Fair this September. Dance like no one’s watching to eclectic hits such as “Heart of Glass,” “Call Me” and “Rapture.” Special guest The Smithereens support with a great array of power-pop rock jams.
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September 10 — Main Fest at Main Street Downtown Alhambra
Alhambra if officially on the awesome live concert map! Alhambra is hosting the first annual Main Fest on Main Street in Downtown Alhambra featuring badass performances by indie rock/dance pop giants Capital Cities, Miami Horror, Nite Funk, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Dead Sara, Thee Commons and Swimm. Prepare to pump some fists and bust some moves because there will be non-stop dancing in the streets! Keep your thirst quenched and your tummy happy with great food and brews throughout the day courtesy of local vendors.
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September 10 —  Ryan Bingham at The Wiltern
Americana roots rocker Ryan Bingham is well versed in performing passionate, boot-stompin’ and heartfelt shows that make a true impression on listeners and fans alike. We dig Bingham so much we even did an interview feature with the urban cowboy singer-songwriter last year. Don’t miss out on your chance to hear tunes from his latest release Fear and Saturday Night live! Brian Fallon & The Crowes will be warming up the stage, along with opening act Paul Cauthen.
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September 11 — Ray LaMontagne at Greek Theatre
Bluesy folk-rocker and Grammy Award winner Ray LaMontagne took a creative, new approach to his latest album Ouroboros, which is a 40 minute musical patchwork of emotionally driven tunes such as “Hey, No Pressure” and “Homecoming.” The album was also produced by Jim James of My Morning Jacket. LaMontagne is now touring in support of this epic release so don’t miss your chance to hear it live!
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September 13 — An Evening with Jamie Lidell and the Royal Pharaohs at The Echo
Get ready for this English gent’s experimental soul. Jamie Lidell is crossing the pond this September and headed to Echo Park! Always delivering smooth vocals with dope beats, you won’t want to miss this intimate performance. On October 14, Lidell will release Building a Beginning, the follow-up to his self-titled LP. Experience it live at The Echo!
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September 13 — Wilco at the Theatre at Ace Hotel
Alt-rockers Wilco, led by front man Jeff Tweedy, are just one of those groups that are always a pleasure to see perform and last time we did they absolutely crushed it with exquisite musicianship, endless guitar solos, and a long extended encore — an ideal show if you ask us! Bonus points, lucky attendees will likely be among the first to hear brand new tracks such as “Locator” and “If I Ever Was A Child” due out in early September from their forthcoming album Schmilco.
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One thought on “48 Best Los Angeles Concerts This September Featuring Cold War Kids, Kraftwerk, Sigur Ros And More

  1. kyle shelton

    Lame. You left out Jeff Lynnes ELO at the Hollywood bowl performing with the L A Philharmonic 3 nights. Get clue you kids

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