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  • The Ranch at Laguna Beach

    31106 S. Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-499-2663

  • Rec Center Studios

    Rec Center Studios

    1161 Logan St. Los Angeles, CA 90026
    213-413-9300

    http://www.reccenterstudio.com 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
    714-641-2818

    http://www.recess-studios.com/

  • 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

    http://www.redwhitebluezz.com 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
    949-661-6003

    http://www.renaissance-danapoint.com

  • Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

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

    http://www.scfta.org 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

    http://www.ribtrader.com 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 >>

  • Richard & Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center

    Richard & Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center

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

    http://www.carpenterarts.org

  • The Rock Auditorium

    101 E. Orangethorpe Ave. Anaheim, CA 92801

  • Roscoe's Seabird Jazz Lounge

    730 East Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    (562)787-0899

    http://seabirdjazzlounge.com/

  • Rose Park

    800 Orizaba Ave. Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-570-3232

  • Roxanne's Lounge

    1115 E. Wardlow Road Long Beach, CA 90807
    562-426-4777

    http://www.roxanneslounge.com

  • Roxy Theatre

    Roxy Theatre

    9009 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069
    310-278-9457

    http://www.theroxyonsunset.com Since its opening in 1973, the Sunset Strip nightclub has presented a stellar array of musicians, comedians and theatrical revues, including Neil Young, Bob Marley, Rickie Lee Jones, Chuck Berry, Genesis, Bruce Springsteen, Miles Davis, David Bowie, the Clash, Prince, the Replacements, the Pharcyde, Jane's Addiction, Dolly Parton, the Dead Weather, the Dickies, Cobra Verde, Nellie McKay, the Ringling Sisters, Nirvana, the Sex Pistols, Pee-Wee Herman and the American theatrical debut of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The Ramones filmed the concert scenes for Rock & Roll High School here, and Van Morrison, Social Distortion and Warren Zevon are among the notable personalities who've recorded live albums in the West Hollywood club. Apart from a full-service bar, the main room and its dark walls (which feature photos of past performers) are austere and functional instead of lavishly decorated, but that's because the focus is on the musicians onstage. The adjoining upstairs lounge On the Rox hosts parties, DJs and live performances and has been the site of numerous celebrity sightings, going back to John Lennon's and Harry Nilsson's notorious lost weekend in the mid-1970s. Both venues are all ages with separate full bars. More >>

  • Runway Stage at the Great Park

    Sand Canyon Ave. Irvine, CA 92618

  • 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 >>

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