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  • Saban Theatre

    Saban Theatre

    8440 W. Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211
    323-655-0111

    http://www.sabantheatre.org

  • Sacred Grounds

    468 W. 6th St. Los Angeles, CA 90731
    310-514-0800

  • Saint Rocke

    Saint Rocke

    142 Pacific Coast Highway Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
    310-372-0035

    http://www.saintrocke.com

  • Samueli Theater

    Samueli Theater

    600 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-556-2122

    http://www.scfta.org/ The Orange County Performing Arts Center (OCPAC), long-known for hosting its prestigious rosters of ballet, classical, jazz, world-music, opera and musical-theater acts, is now opening things up with its new Off Center series. The program is dedicated to diversity-broadening the arts spectrum for audiences, and luckily, that includes fan-favorite pop/rock acts in addition to everything from avant-garde Canadian puppet shows to comedy troupes. It's clean (no sticky floors?! Competent door people?!), state-of-the-art and, best of all, absolutely gorgeous. More >>

  • San Manuel Amphitheater

    San Manuel Amphitheater

    2575 Glen Helen Parkway San Bernardino, CA 92407
    909-880-6500

    http://www.livenation.com/venues/14768/san-manuel-amphitheater Known at different times as Hyundai Pavilion, Blockbuster Pavilion and Glen Helen Pavilion, this San Bernardino County venue is one of the largest amphitheaters around, with traditional seating up front and lawn seating on the hill looking down. It has been the site of various festivals, including the Mayhem Festival, Ozzfest and Cruefest. More >>

  • San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino

    San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino

    777 San Manuel Blvd. Highland, CA 92346
    800-359-2464

    http://www.sanmanuel.com

  • Sandpiper Lounge

    Sandpiper Lounge

    1183 S. Pacific Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-494-4694

    http://www.myspace.com/sandpiperlounge Sandpiper Lounge in Laguna Beach is a legendary dive bar in coastal Orange County. How legendary? Esquire once named them one of the top dive bars in America, writing "If it's a dive, it's Christ-this-place-is-a-dive dive. If it's an Irish pub, it's not an 'Irish' pub. If it's a cocktail lounge, it's got some Tanqueray Ten and a bottle of good rye somewhere." This dive on the beach side of Pacific Coast Highway has been a hippie watering hole since the 1960s. Locals call it the “Dirty Bird.” Live music, plenty of beer, an occasional green (but not pine) scent floating through the air and fabulously unpretentious decor make it one of the most welcoming pubs in the county. Go there in the early afternoon, when the tourists are still around and mingling with the locals who’ll close the place down late into the morning, with more than a few tourists in tow. More >>

  • Santa Monica Civic Auditorium

    Santa Monica Civic Auditorium

    1855 Main St. Santa Monica, CA 90401
    310-395-0098

    http://www.santamonicacivic.org Since it opened in 1958, this seaside hall has been the site of historic performances by many historic performers, from James Brown, the Doors, the Beach Boys, Elton John and the Rolling Stones to the Ramones, Sarah Vaughn, the Buzzcocks, Bruce Springsteen and the Cramps. David Bowie found stateside success at a crucial concert here in the early 1970s. The Clash made their Southern California debut at the Civic, and other musicians who've played its wide stage include Bo Diddley, Motorhead, the Descendents, Tex & the Horseheads, X, the Plasmatics, Iggy Pop, Gang of Four, Ian Hunter, Aerosmith and occasional Dogtown regular Bob Dylan. For much of the 1960s, the Civic was also home to the Academy Awards. The venue continues to be the site of all manner of activity, including fashion and trade shows, as well as live concerts. The venue's dance floor features a unique hydraulic floor that makes it easy to transform the room from a concert hall into an exhibit space. More >>

  • Santa Monica Pier

    Santa Monica Pier

    200 Santa Monica Pier Santa Monica, CA 90401
    310-458-8900

    http://www.santamonicapier.org The Santa Monica landmark has been in operation for more than a hundred years, with an arcade, shops, restaurants, bars, fishing, and an amusement park with rides and a Ferris wheel. Since 1983, the annual summer "Twilight Dance Series" has presented free rock, pop, world, blues, Latin and jazz concerts on Thursday night with such artists as Rickie Lee Jones, Cafe Tacuba, Dr. John, Eric Burdon, Patti Smith, Dick Dale, Koko Taylor, Thee Midniters, Bo Diddley and many others. More >>

  • The Satellite

    The Satellite

    1717 Silver Lake Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026
    323-661-4380

    http://www.thesatellitela.com Everyone from Rilo Kiley and the White Stripes to the New York Dolls and Gossip has played at this indie-rock bastion, which for many years was known as Spaceland but is now called the Satellite. The Silver Lake bar has had several distinct incarnations, evolving from the longtime gay hangout Dreams into Pan, the live-music club that morphed into Spaceland in the mid-1990s. Although its narrow stage has hosted many notable national and international performers, including Dead Moon, Of Montreal, the Buzzcocks, Death Cab for Cutie, Pavement, Supergrass, the Detroit Cobras and Love With Arthur Lee, the venue is synonymous with the Silver Lake music scene, launching such crucial local indie icons as Beck, Local Natives, Possum Dixon, Silversun Pickups and Elliott Smith. The club has booked everyone from the Melvins and Foster the People to Le Butcherettes and Booker T. Jones. The Satellite has a full bar, and there's a separate bar (with a pool table) that's walled off from the rest of the club with see-through plastic like the Cone of Silence. Monday nights are generally no cover. Most shows begin at 9 p.m. Ages 21 & older. The bar has a small adjoining lot with valet parking, and street parking is also available, but read the posted signs, as some neighboring streets have zealously enforced permit-parking restrictions. More >>

  • Scripps College, Balch Auditorium

    10th St. & Columbia Ave. Claremont, CA 91711
    909-861-9642

  • SDSU Open Air Theatre

    5500 Campanile Drive San Diego, CA 92109
    619-594-0234

  • Sea Bird Jazz Lounge

    Sea Bird Jazz Lounge

    730 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-8355

    http://www.seabirdjazzlounge.com/wp

  • SeaPort Marina Hotel

    6400 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-434-8451

  • Segerstrom Center for the Arts

    Segerstrom Center for the Arts

    600 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-556-2787

    http://www.scfta.org Segerstrom Center for the Arts is unique as both an acclaimed arts institution and as a multi-disciplinary cultural campus. To put it bluntly, it’s the classiest venue in the whole damn county. Previously called the Orange County Performing Arts Center, Segerstrom Center traces its roots back to the late 1960s, when a dedicated group of community leaders decided Orange County should have its own world-class performing-arts venue that brings in national ballet and theater companies. In addition to the 3,000-seat Segerstrom Hall and intimate 250-seat Founders Hall, which opened in 1986, and the 1,704-seat Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall (opened in 2006) also houses the 500-seat Samueli Theater, the Lawrence and Kristina Dodge Education Center’s studio performance space and Boeing Education Lab. Home to newer institutions like the Off Center Festival that manage to bring in the coveted 25 and under crowd, the center has come a long way toward making this upscale culture palace a place for everyone to enjoy. More >>

  • The Sex

    816 S. Santa Fe Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90021

    http://www.thesexla.com

  • Shorebreak Hotel

    Shorebreak Hotel

    500 Pacific Coast Highway Huntington Beach, CA 92648
    866-942-5091

    http://www.shorebreakhotel.com Make no mistake: More luxe and lavish hotels exist in Orange County, ones with sateen linens and marble floors. But the Shorebreak wins bonus points for realizing some guests are more likely to need a place to store a surfboard than a truffle on the pillow. Part of the stylish Joie de Vivre family, this boutique hotel embraces its location—smack-dab in the heart of downtown Huntington Beach— and plays to the whole Surf City USA theme in a way that's fun and kitschy, never cheesy. It's a sweet haven for surfers, with conditions posted on a chalkboard next to the check-in counter, the Riptionary replacing the Bible in dresser drawers, and board rentals offered at the front desk. For everyone else, the experience is just as memorable. There are outdoor fire pits at which you can sit and roast marshmallows, as well as a "pet butler" service for those who've brought their furry friends. You can also find live music in the lounge on the second Sunday of every month. The ultra-modern rooms aren't too shabby either, with stunning ocean views and amenities such as super-deep tubs and double showerheads. The only thing missing is a pool, but just across the street is the best one: the ocean. More >>

  • Shoreline Village

    429 Shoreline Village Drive Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-2668

  • Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center

    Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center

    649 W. Jefferson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90007
    213-748-5116

    This historic Exposition Park venue by the USC campus used to host old-time faith healers like Kathryn Kuhlman, as well as more modern musical faith healers such as Morrissey and Manu Chao. The ornate theater is decorated in an elaborate Moorish style. More >>

  • Silverlake Lounge

    Silverlake Lounge

    2906 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026
    323-663-9636

    http://www.thesilverlakelounge.com For many years, this longtime Silver Lake bar has presented transgender Latino shows. The cozy, narrow bar is dark, the small stage is low, and the sound system is basic, but the club's iconic neon "Salvation" sign has beckoned adventurous groups for more than a decade, including Metric, Nellie McKay, Les Baton Rouge, Wye Oak, Liz Pappademas and Mr. Gnome. Indie-rock promoters the Fold were based here for many years before giving away to other booking agents. Seating is available at the bar and on a long bench along the wall, with Chinese lanterns giving the dimly lit room a little bit of festive color. Full bar. Ages 21 & over. Parking available in a small adjoining lot and on the street. More >>

  • Skirball Cultural Center

    Skirball Cultural Center

    2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049
    310-440-4500

    http://www.skirball.org Perched like an eagle high up in the Sepulveda Pass, halfway between the Valley and the West L.A. basin, the Skirball is one of the country's leading Jewish cultural centers, but it also celebrates an impressively expansive variety of cultures, music and art from around the planet. Fittingly for such an ambitiously broad-minded institution, the center is divided into a museum, galleries, a theater, Zeidler's Cafe and a fantastic re-creation of Noah's Ark. The Skirball's large stone courtyard, ringed by a rock-faced wall and towering trees, is the site of ambitiously varied performance art, film and music events. Along with the Skirball's noteworthy world-music concerts, the curators have been recently reaching out to indie-rock hipsters by booking such intriguing local bands as Autolux and Superhumanoids. The museum features several levels of permanent and changing exhibits, along with a large gift shop. Lot parking. More >>

  • The Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Kitchen

    The Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Kitchen

    122 E. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-871-7469

    http://www.slidebarfullerton.com Take a stroll among the many watering holes in Downtown Fullerton on a Friday night and you'll be hard-pressed to find a bar with more rock & roll style than the Slidebar Cafe. Yes, it features two rooms where suicide-girl style bartendresses serve up cocktails along with imported and domestic draft beer. This is also one of the few downtown establishments presenting top-notch local and national rock acts of the punk, ska and hardcore variety. The walls of the bar are decked out with autographed rock memorabilia and lined with flat screen TVs.Be sure to check out the halls lined with pics taken by rock photographer Lisa Johnson. Images include No Doubt's Gwen Stefani with Warren Fitzgerald of the Vandals. Finer pints of beer, including Shock Top and Newcastle, cost $6, with lower-shelf fare such as Bud Light running $5. Happy hour is every day 3 p.m.-6 p.m. except Saturday. Sunday happy hour is 3 p.m.-9 p.m. and features half off draft beers and well drinks. More >>

  • The Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Kitchen

    The Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Kitchen

    122 E Commonwealth Ave Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-871-2233

    http://www.slidebarfullerton.com

  • The Smell

    247 Main St. Venice, CA 90291

    http://www.thesmell.org

  • Soka Performing Arts Center

    Soka Performing Arts Center

    1 University Cir St. Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
    949-480-4278

    http://performingarts.soka.edu

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