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  • Cafe Boogaloo

    Cafe Boogaloo

    1238 Hermosa Ave. Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
    310-318-2324

    http://www.boogaloo.com Founded in 1995, it has been Cafe Boogaloo's sole purpose to bring the best of art, music, food and social awareness to Hermosa Beach residents and its surrounding neighbors. The venue has since become a popular spot for artists of blues, roots, New Orleans funk, soul and numerous other eclectic musical genres to hit up during their tours of Southern California. In addition to their offering of sexy sounds and up-beat nightlife, Cafe Boogaloo takes comfort food seriously, using only fresh and organic ingredients to make its Southern-influenced & home-style foods. So come for the eats, stay for the music and leave with your senses satisfied. More >>

  • Cafe Del Tropico Bistro

    30622 Santa Margarita Parkway Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
    949-858-1150

  • Cal State Long Beach,

    6200 Atherton St. Long Beach, CA 90815
    562-985-7000

    http://www.csulb.edu

  • California Center for the Arts

    340 N. Escondido Blvd. Escondido, CA 92025
    800-988-4253

    http://www.artcenter.org

  • Caltech's Beckman Auditorium

    332 S. Michigan Ave. Pasadena, CA 91106

  • Caltech, Beckman Auditorium

    332 S Michigan Ave Pasadena, CA 91106-3428
    626-395-3847

  • The Camp

    The Camp

    2937 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-966-6661

    http://www.thecampsite.com There aren’t many places where you can go to get a wheat grass shot, vintage clothes, an Umami Burger and a live show all in one trip. But if you head down to the Camp on the right night, you’ll get all that and more. They’ll even throw in a parking spot with an inspirational message painted on it. Though it spends 99% of its time being an upscale open-air mall for the Central County hipster set, the Camp hosts plenty of pop-up local shows from outdoor mini festivals to quiet acoustic sets. Keep track of their event calendar and you’re guaranteed to stumble on something good. More >>

  • Can Club

    14241 Euclid St. Garden Grove, CA 92843
    714-554-2344

  • Candlelight Pavilion Theater

    455 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA 91711
    909-626-1254

    http://www.candlelightpavilion.com

  • Canyon Inn Sports Bar And Grill

    Canyon Inn Sports Bar And Grill

    6821 Fairlynn Blvd. Yorba Linda, CA 92886
    714-779-0880

    http://www.canyoninnsportsbar.com Canyon Inn is in Yorba Linda, but it's so far removed from OC that it's culturally more like Corona. Here is a diviest-of-dive-bar aesthetic, but it's a good compromise for the guarantee of being hit on. It'll welcome your desperate ass with open arms—and probably send you home with someone you'll be scared of in the morning. But at least you'll get some, right? More >>

  • Casbah

    2501 Kettner Blvd. San Diego, CA 92101
    619-232-4355

  • Casino San Clemente

    140 W. Avenida Pico San Clemente, CA 92672

    http://www.sanclementehistoricalsociety.org

  • The Cat Club

    The Cat Club

    8911 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069
    310-657-0888

    http://www.thecatclubonsunset.com Stray Cats drummer Slim Jim Phantom runs this West Hollywood saloon, so it should be no surprise that many of his celebrity pals often show up to jam. Hard rock, acoustic and indie-rock bands are usually featured, but the bookings also reflect Mr. Phantom's passion for roots, country and rockabilly combos. House band the Lonely Drunks Club cranks it up every Saturday with stellar special guests, and drinks are half-priced daily at happy hour, from 7-8 p.m. Unlike other clubs on the Sunset Strip, the Cat Club is intimate and more like a neighborhood bar than a slick music emporium. The club includes a full bar, an upstairs VIP room, a pro soundboard and even an outdoor smoking patio surrounded by palm trees. Bands tend to use the venue's in-house Blackstar amps and back line, so setup times between groups are usually short and well organized. Ages 21 & over. More >>

  • Catalina Bar & Grill

    Catalina Bar & Grill

    6725 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-466-2210

    http://www.catalinajazzclub.com Catalina Bar & Grill is one of Los Angeles' top jazz clubs, even if it's housed in a decidedly non-glamorous red-brick edifice that looks like a generic Hollywood office building. Once you're inside, though, after entering through the garage in back, the spacious room is much more inviting, with tables decked out in elegant white tablecloths pressed up against a low stage in front of a red velvet curtain. The walls are tastefully decorated with paintings and photos of legendary jazz musicians, and the landmark venue has hosted some of the biggest names in traditional, mainstream jazz, including Chick Corea, Ella Fitzgerald, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Scott, Pharoah Saunders, Jane Monheit, Roy Hargrove, Carmen McRae, Joe Zawinul, Joshua Redman, the Marsalis brothers, and an impressive variety of stellar Carters (Ron, Betty, Benny and even Wonder Woman's Lynda). It's a great place to hear music, although the drinks, admission, valet parking and cover minimums can be quite pricey. The kitchen serves similarly expensive entrees, including trout almondine and shrimp scampi pasta, but most visitors come for the live music instead of the food. All ages. Full bar. More >>

  • Cedar Street Courtyard

    Cedar Street Courtyard

    208 W. 4th St. Austin, TX 78701
    512-495-9669

    http://www.cedarstreetaustin.com

  • Cerritos Center

    Cerritos Center

    12700 Center Court Drive Cerritos, CA 90703
    800-300-4345

  • Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts

    Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts

    12700 Center Court Drive Cerritos, CA 90703
    562-467-8818

    http://www.cerritoscenter.com

  • Chain Reaction

    Chain Reaction

    1652 W. Lincoln Ave. Anaheim, CA 92801
    714-635-6067

    http://www.allages.com Remember when you were 17 and all you wanted to do was to be able to see your favorite band that never played any all-ages venue? EVER? Well the Chain Reaction solves all that. This is like the introductory venue for every band that passes through Orange County--everyone's played the Chain at some point in their careers. It's a small, slightly dingy venue located in a sketchy Anaheim shopping center surrounded by car dealerships. The floors are sticky, the stage is small, dusty T-shirts of bands that have played the venue grace the walls and any space that's free is covered in bumper stickers. But since when was rock and roll ever clean? This place is a no-fuss, straight to the point venue where covers are cheap and indie bands are frequent. Everyone wins. More >>

  • Chapman University Salmon Recital Hall

    1 University Drive Orange, CA 92866

    http://www.chapman.edu/copa/music/calendar.aspx

  • Chapman University, Memorial Hall

    1 University Drive Orange, CA 92866

    http://www.chapman.edu/index.aspx

  • Chapman University, Wells Fargo Stage

    1 University Drive Orange, CA 92866
    714-997-6815

    http://www.chapman.edu/copa/index.aspx

  • Characters

    Characters

    276 E. First St. Pomona, CA 91766
    909-622-9070

  • Chaser's

    2765 N. Orange-Olive Road Orange, CA 92865
    714-637-6530

  • Cinespace

    Cinespace

    6356 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-817-3456

    http://www.cinespace.info

  • City National Grove of Anaheim

    City National Grove of Anaheim

    2200 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-712-2750

    http://www.citynationalgroveofanaheim.com Across the parking lot from Angel Stadium stands the exemplary Grove of Anaheim. The front looks a bit like a 1920s movie studio while inside is lavishly decorated in retro elegance. Booking several shows a week, the Grove's entertainment ranges from music to comedy. The showroom design is especially notable: The audience chooses from a series of elevated floor sections enabling even those in the very back to see the stage. More >>

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