It’s the week leading up to Halloween in Los Angeles, and there is no shortage of spooktacular shows in L.A. From small acts you’ve probably never heard of (but should) to huge names like Harry Styles, our Must See Concerts in L.A., as always, feature something for everyone, handpicked by the ears and eyes of Grimy Goods. Take a look below below at all the concerts happening in Los Angeles this week!
Oct. 24 — Jessie Reyez at Hollywood Palladium
Jessie Reyez has annihilated any possibility of a sophomore slump with the coming of her second album YESSIE, catch her live on tour starting this month with a date at The Hollywood Palladium on Monday, Oct. 24. On her latest collection the Toronto-based artist cranks up the dial on her merciless and gutting, openhearted lyricism. And out of that supercolossal well of emotion, she composes equally grandiose sonic soundscapes and virulent anthems.
Oct. 26 — Jaws of Love. with Ella Vos at Silverlake Lounge
Jaws of Love., the solo project of Colombian-American recording artist Kelcey Ayer, also the co-lead vocalist of L.A.’s beloved Local Natives, will close out his October residency at the Silverklake Lounge on Oct. 26 with a stellar lineup including Ella Vos who just dropped a heartfelt new single; along with performances by Tomemitsu and Outer Bodies. Come early, it’s gonna get packed!
Oct. 27 – DeathbyRomy with Mothica at Bourbon Room
DeathbyRomy has a talent for developing iconically and powerfully eerie aesthetics. In her latest offering “I Kill Everything” she cranks up the drama and viscera with deliciously unsettling effects. Catch the music artist live at the Bourbon Room for a metallic tinged rollercoaster of sound that crashes and hisses with wicked curves and dangerous speeds. DeatbyRomy will be joined by Mothica for this spooktacular affair.
Oct. 27 — RL Grime Halloween: Dead Space at KIA Forum
After the 2021 debut of his first-ever annual Halloween show, Halloween X, trap music star RL Grime announces the return of his eerie Halloween special slated for Oct. 27 at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles (Inglewood). Dubbed Halloween: Dead Space, this year’s event is lauded with excitement and anticipation to see what’s in store and if RL Grime will also drop his annual Halloween Mix, as he did in conjunction with last year’s show.
Oct. 29 – Ayoni at Moroccan Lounge
With sweeping melody changes and shining elements of pop, R&B, soul and gospel, Ayoni takes command of herself and leads the way to the light with powerful lyrics projected by compelling vocals that range from soft and silky-smooth to delightfully raw and powerful. Witness this powerful voice live when she takes the intimate stage at the Moroccan Lounge.
Oct. 28 — Mon Laferte at Greek Theatre
Chilean and Latin Grammy winning artist Mon Laferte returns to Los Angeles on Halloween weekend for a beautifully spooky evening under the stars in the Hollywood Hills at none other than the Greek Theatre. A sonorous vocal powerhouse, full of charm, theatrics and absolute grace — Mon Laferte is a sight to see and a gift to hear.