11 Hot Concert Ticket On-Sales & Pre-Sales This Week

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Chicano Batman at the Fonda — Photo: Farah Sosa

The show announcements in and around Los Angeles have been pouring in thick! As always we love to curate an unforgettable soundtrack for your ears and we are thrilled to finally bring back our weekly show recommendations! It’s time to go live and the shows in L.A. are pouring in! This week’s hot concert ticket on-sales and pre-sales include: Alesso, Kings of Leon with Cold War Kids, Chicano Batman with Crumb and Los Retros, Des Rocs, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Dashboard Confessional and more. Check them all out below and hit play to give each act a listen!


1. Alesso at Skylight Row DTLA

Mixing house with pop, and loved for his addictive dance music worldwide, Alesso is ready to get you out and dancing with his “Together Again” shows.
July 23 & 24, 2021
On sale: Thursday, May 20 at 12pm
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2. Small Black at The Echo

Jumping from chill wave to vibrant electro-pop, Small Black are bringing their bright and breezy sounds to the Echoplex. It’s time to hit the show floor and move that body until your “Breathless.”
August 20, 2021
Presale: May 19 & 20 at 10AM
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Rodrigo y Gabriela at Hollywood Palladium — Photo by Farah Sosa

3. Rodrigo y Gabriela at House of Blues Anaheim

Always a musical treat to see these two live! With fast fingers, style and grace — Rodrigo y Gabriela always stun with their Mexican acoustic guitar rock!
September 15, 2021
Presale: Tuesday, May 18 at 10AM
Password: Sign up for their Newsletter or Patreon for the the password
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4. King of Leon at The Forum

Y’all are prolly very familiar with Kings of Leon, but do you know about the Cold War Kids?! They’re dope! Single-along indie rock songs with meaning that we just can’t get enough of … ever!
September 21, 2021
On Sale: May 21 at 10am
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5. J.I. Young and Restless Tour at The Echo

At just 19-years-old, this under the radar rapper has quite the social following and digital streams. Without a doubt, Brooklyn’s J.I. is set for big things. Watch him live at this small club show before he goes arena style!
September 30, 2021
On sale: May 21 at 10am
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6. MDOU MOCTAR at The Lodge Room

You probably haven’t heard Saharan music like this. If you’re into skilled guitar shred, psych vibes and then some, this is your show.
October 2, 2021
On sale: May 21 at 10am
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Des Rocs at El Rey — Photo: ZB Images

7. Des Rocs at The Troubadour

Des Rocs brings passion and a whole lotta rock ‘n’ roll fun to his shows. Quite simply, Des Rocs, ROCKS.
October 14, 2021
On Sale: May 21 at 10AM
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8. Dashboard Confessional at The Theatre at Ace Hotel

Takin’ you back to those emos day! Dashboard Confessional today announced a U.S. Unplugged Tour. Grab your sweetheart or just swoon over the emotional music of Mr. Carrabba. Performing with Seahaven and Armon Jay.
October 22, 2021
Presale: Now
Password: Sign up for their fan club to access the password.
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9. Chicano Batman at The Shrine Expo Hall

One of our favorite local acts, Chicano Batman always know how to bring the party with songs like “Black Lipstick,” or get your special Spanish serenade on with jams like “Itotiani.” You can’t go wrong with any of the deliciousus hues from Chicano Batman. Performing with Crumb & Los Retros.
Nov. 10, 2021
Presale: Wednesday, May 19 at 10AM
Password: COLOR
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10. The Drums at The Glass House

Can this show be sooner! The Drums always put on a good show! It’ now wonder they have four booked at the Glass House! Get ready to jump, dance, bop and pogo!
December 28 & 29, 2021
Presale: Now!
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11. Bob Moses at the Greek Theatre

Bob Moses under the stars at the Greek! Enough said. Put on your shuffle shoes and get ready to dance, y’all.
Performing with special guest Jon Hopkins
May 13, 2022
Presale: Wednesday, May 19 at 10AM
Password: Sign up Bobmosesla.com for access.
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