One of the best parts of living in Southern California is the almost yearround outdoor concerts that we get to attend just for living here. Couple that with the fact that we live in one, […]
Residents of Pasadena are divided over the prospect of the Rose Bowl hosting an annual music festival.
L.A. is internationally known as a source of entertainment and great music and we locals get to reap the benefits. Check out our list of the best live music venues in town!
Executive Director Rachel Fine from the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra stopped by KCAL9 Friday to talk about the upcoming concerts.
Looking for a place to enjoy your nights in Orange County? Look no further. With many great venues in the area, options abound for outdoor entertainment. Take a look at this area’s best.
Rock performer David Crosby has undergone heart surgery and he’s postponing sold-out California shows.
KCAL9’s Brittney Hopper reports One Direction will be performing a string of shows at the venue in September.
They perform classical music and add comedy to it.
Free is the best price for any event, and Orange County often features a variety of free outdoor events centered on music and entertainment.
Summertime in California is warm and perfect for outdoor and indoor concerts that everyone in the family can enjoy. In the next few months, there are multiple opportunities to enjoy classical music by the various symphonies that our city is fortunate to host.
Expect big vocals and musical renditions from even bigger names and cap the evening off with a fabulous fireworks show on Hollywood Bowl’s opening night.
Ticketmaster Entertainment has developed a new way to resell tickets that shuts out the brokers and scalpers it has long scorned, and instead keeps the profits for itself, musicians and venue owners.
Tired of lame train rides around the park with your kid? Then BYOK (kid, that is) and hit a Kidrockers concert. They’re rock shows for all ages. The concert series produces shows in LA, as […]
The OC Fair is offering free admission and parking from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, when it kicks off its 23-day run.
After resting her voice, Adele is ready to sing again. The best-selling singer-songwriter from Great Britain was forced to cancel the rest of the dates on her North American tour earlier this month because of laryngitis.