Music Genre




Music Venues Directory

452 Search Results
Display results per page
All # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
<< Previous Page | 1 | ... | 13 | 14 | 15 | ... | 19 | Next Page >>
  • The Pike Bar & Fish Grill

    The Pike Bar & Fish Grill

    1836 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-4453 Not to be confused with that taxpayer-subsidized, almost-always-barren-of-tourists monstrosity known as the Pike in Rainbow Harbor, Long Beach's the Pike is a bar and grill owned by Chris Reece, drummer for the famed SoCal punk band Social Distortion. Located on Fourth Street near the Art Theater in the town's hip vintage-boutiques district, the sea foam green walls sport a kitschy mix of nautical flotsam and punk-rock memorabilia. The jukebox rocks everything from the Misfits to Gram Parsons. Pretty cocktail waitresses serve up drinks from the full bar as well as a small selection of brews. Labels include : Pyramid Hef, Stone IPA and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. More >>

  • Pine Ave. in Long Beach

    Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90805

  • Pine Hills Lodge and Dinner Theatre

    2960 La Posada Way Julian, CA 92036

  • The Pint House

    The Pint House

    136 W. Wilshire Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-525-7468 In the evolutionary time line of bars, the Pint House blazes its own path. It calls itself "an upscale American-style pub and restaurant without an upscale price," but let us translate: It's more Cheers than Moe's Tavern, more burger joint than gastropub. Regulars, or maybe those crazy college kids from nearby Fullerton College, order the Power Tower, an oversized beer dispenser the height and shape of a gigantic lava lamp. The house-baked soft pretzels are the defining mouthful of the night; the twisty, well-browned doughy loops are the natural symbiotic partner to anything hop-based you should drink. So oven-hot they burn the epidermis off your fingertips and crusted with perhaps too much salt, they will, as in that oft-quoted Seinfeld episode, make you thirsty. More >>

  • Piratical Warehouse

    2106 S. Susan St. Santa Ana, CA 92704

  • Pomona Fairplex

    Pomona Fairplex

    1101 W. McKinley Ave. Pomona, CA 91768
    909-865-4070 For a long time, this expansive place in Pomona was known as the L.A. County Fairgrounds, and it's still the annual home of the L.A. County Fair, and has been ever since 1922. The 500-plus-acre facility includes Fairplex Park, a race track with a large adjoining grandstand, which is used in the late summer for the annual concert series, featuring such musicians as The B-52s, Al Green, Los Lobos, Demi Lovato, The Motels, Gloria Trevi, Heart, Earth WInd & Fire, Peter Frampton, Chaka Khan, Gretchen Wilson and Tower of Power. Owned by the County of L.A., the sprawling complex is also the site of a wide variety of conventions, music festivals, trade shows, car auctions, drag racing and other motorsports. More >>

  • Portfolio Coffee House

    Portfolio Coffee House

    2300 Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90814
    562-434-2486 Though there's no alcohol served-wait! Keep reading!-this stylish and quaint coffeehouse is a perfect little spot for those looking to relax, make use of the computers available or get some work done on their own laptop. Although Fridays and Saturdays usually involve live music, Wednesdays are especially entertaining thanks to open-mic night when anyone itching for the spotlight can sign up for his/her 15 minutes of fame. Bonus: Portfolio serves the best Mexican hot chocolate this side of the border. More >>

  • The Press

    The Press

    129 Harvard Ave. Claremont, CA 91711

  • The Prospector

    The Prospector

    2400 E. Seventh St. Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-438-3839 Gussied up in gold rush decor, this legendary watering hole evokes a saloon from the old west, or maybe Knott's Berry Farm. With a full complement of liquors, it's the spot to go for fried bar appetizers, and bourbon. A moderate beer selection includes Budweiser, Stella, Haywire Hef and Prospector Pale Ale. Most nights feature live music from local indie bands. More >>

  • Que Sera

    Que Sera

    1923 E. Seventh St. Long Beach, CA 90813
    562-599-6170 Bar, venue and club, Que Sera appears to be your basic multipurpose night spot. Located in a somewhat gritty neighborhood (trrrry not to walk to your car alone after stumbling out at 1 a.m.), Que Sera is what it is: a dive bar with a stage. But that doesn't make it any less of a great spot to hit up. Easily one of the most frequented spots by audiophiles and hipsters alike, Que Sera is notable for its live local rock shows, in addition to its dance/DJ nights, particularly Good Foot, a popular funk and soul night that has been taking place the second Friday of the month since 1998. More >>

  • Queen Mary

    Queen Mary

    1126 Queens Highway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-3511 Parking at the Queen Mary is $8 for patrons of Cal Rep performances, $6 for CSULB students and patrons who have dinner aboard the ship. More >>

  • Queen Mary Dome

    1126 Queensway Long Beach, CA 90802

  • Queen Mary Events Park

    Queen Mary Events Park

    1126 Queens Highway Long Beach, CA 90802

  • Quiet Woman

    3224 E. Coast Highway Corona Del Mar, CA 92625

  • Rabobank Convention Center

    1001 Truxton Ave. Bakersfield, CA 93301

  • Rainbow Lagoon

    400 E. Shoreline Village Drive Long Beach, CA 90802

  • The Ranch at Laguna Beach

    31106 S. Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651

  • ReAmp Studios

    15441 Red Hill Ave. Tustin, CA 92780

  • Rec Center Studios

    Rec Center Studios

    1161 Logan St. Los Angeles, CA 90026
    213-413-9300 The historic brick building, originally known as Jensen's Recreation Center, is an Echo Park icon that was built in 1924 and once hosted sporting events. Today, it contains shops and apartments, with live-music events presented by Spaceland Productions downstairs in the reincarnated Rec Center Studio More >>

  • Recess

    3122 S. Halladay Street Santa Ana, CA 92705

  • Red Hill Lutheran Church

    13200 Red Hill Ave. Tustin, CA 92780

  • Red White and Bluezz

    Red White and Bluezz

    37 S. El Molino Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101
    626-792-4441 Pairing fine wines with some of this town's best jazz musicians, Red White + Bluezz is a classy oasis of cool in Pasadena, and a key part of the city's ongoing nightlife renaissance. In-house sommeliers have assembled an astonishingly extensive wine list, with literally dozens of European and California wines, ranging from sparkling wines and "true" champagnes to old-world whites and new-world Bordeaux and Zinfandels. Wine is such a big deal here that the bar hosts regular classes and wine-tasting events. The menu starts with such appetizers as crab cakes and fried macaroni & cheese and continues with full courses like steak, lamb chops, ribs and lobster fettucine. The live entertainment is anything but background music, with regular gigs by local jazz stalwarts like Joe Lo Piccolo, Peter Smith, Doug MacDonald, Louis Van Taylor and Diane Hubka. The daily performances often include up to three sets per night. There is no cover, but reservations are recommended, especially for diners who want to sit near the stage. More >>

  • Renaissance Dana Point

    Renaissance Dana Point

    24701 Del Prado Ave. Dana Point, CA 92629

  • Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    615 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-556-2787 The Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall is a performing arts venue in Costa Mesa. The 2,000-seat hall, an estimated $240 million expansion of the Orange County Performing Arts Center, is a delirium-inducing cocktail of scale, architecture and acoustics. The three-tiered hall, which opened last year, was designed with aural pleasure in mind. It boasts an acoustic canopy, reverberation chambers and sound-sponging curtains to deaden certain frequencies from loudspeakers, when they are used. This world-class venue has already hosted renowned entertainers such as Placido Domingo and the American Ballet Theater, and it will likely continue to draw some of the most famous icons of highbrow entertainment for years to come. It’s also the home of the Pacific Symphony run by Carl St. Clair, and always brings in other big orchestras. We’re still waiting, though, for them to restage all of Beethoven’s symphonies the way they did years ago, you know? More >>

  • The Rib Trader

    The Rib Trader

    2710 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869
    714-744-9288 Barbecue restaurants are a dime a dozen around here, even though this ain't Texas or South Carolina. A relative elder, the Rib Trader has spent more than 20 years in a strip mall with a surprisingly large dining room. The baby backs will probably keep it in business for at least 20 more. More >>

<< Previous Page | 1 | ... | 13 | 14 | 15 | ... | 19 | Next Page >>