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  • Vista Theatre

    Vista Theatre

    4473 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027
    323-660-6639

    http://www.vintagecinemas.com/vista/ This historic single-screen theater is located on Sunset and Hollywood. Amenities include a concession stand and wheelchair-accessible seating. More >>

  • Vitello

    Vitello's Italian Restaurant

    4349 Tujunga Ave. Studio City, CA 91604
    818-769-0905

    http://www.vitellosrestaurant.com Not only is Vitello's one of Studio City's most popular and romantic Italian restaurants, its upstairs lounge features top-flight traditional jazz legends, comedians and Broadway performers. Decked out in colorful Italian murals and jazzy artwork, the restaurant serves generous portions of classic Italian fare, including mostaccioli al forno, manicotti and pizzetti, much of it smothered in Vitello's famous red sauce. The downstairs Opera Room is a cozy space that includes Joe's Bar and spotlights smaller combos and chanteuses belting out standards, while the larger upstairs area, which boasts great sound and a baby grand piano, is reserved for big-name, straight-ahead jazz veterans, as well as comedy and Broadway revues. Full bar. All ages. More >>

  • Volcom Entertainment

    1740 Monrovia Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    949-646-2175

  • Walt Disney Concert Hall

    Walt Disney Concert Hall

    111 S. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012
    323-850-2000

    http://www.laphil.com Frank Gehry's curving layers of shiny, silvery stainless-steel planks are more than just an architectural marvel. As designed by Yasuhisa Toyota, the sound in the main room is pristine and almost prescient. Part of downtown Los Angeles' Music Center, the hall features a massive concert organ built by Caspar Glatter-Gotz and can seat up to 2,265 people (seating is reserved). The home of the L.A. Philharmonic and the L.A. Master Chorale, Disney Hall also broadens its focus to encompass pop, jazz and country musicians like Dianne Reeves, Ryan Adams, Trey Anastasio and Willie Nelson. The multilevel downtown complex includes a bookstore, a cafe and several bars. Parking is available in an adjoining underground lot. More >>

  • Warner Grand Annex

    434 W. 6th St. San Pedro, CA 90731

  • Warner Grand Theatre

    Warner Grand Theatre

    478 W. Sixth St. San Pedro, CA 90731
    310-548-7672

    http://www.warnergrand.org

  • Wax Museum

    4103 N Viking Way Long Beach, CA 90808
    562-305-8849

    http://www.facebook.com/WaxMuseumLB

  • The Wayfarer

    The Wayfarer

    843 W. 19th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    949-764-0039

    http://www.wayfarercm.com/

  • The Whale & Ale

    The Whale & Ale

    327 W. 7th St. San Pedro, CA 90731
    310-832-0363

    http://www.whaleandale.com

  • Whisky A Go-Go

    Whisky A Go-Go

    8901 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069
    310-652-4202

    http://www.whiskyagogo.com Of all the clubs on the Sunset Strip, the Whisky a Go-Go has the longest history and the most impressive roster of legendary musicians who've played there. Johnny Rivers christened the room with its first live performance in 1964, and the two-level club was soon the main hangout for such influential local bands as the Byrds, Love, the Doors, Buffalo Springfield and a young Alice Cooper, as well as up-and-coming out-of-town acts like Led Zeppelin, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, the Velvet Underground, Cream and the late Otis Redding, who recorded a classic live album there. In the late 1970s, the club expanded its booking policy to encompass punk, new wave, power pop and heavy metal groups, including the Ramones, X, the Germs, the Alley Cats, Blondie, the Last, XTC, Dead Kennedys, the Quick, Van Halen, the Plimsouls and Quiet Riot. The Whisky was shuttered for several years in the early 1980s before reinventing itself once again, this time as a hot spot for the growing hair-metal scene, with bands like Guns N' Roses and Motley Crue and, later on, such grunge outfits as Mudhoney and Nirvana and punk veterans like Vice Squad. These days, various promoters use the site to book mostly new and unknown performers, with occasional visitations from bigger-name artists. While the cages that used to enclose its namesake go-go dancers above the stage are long gone, the Whisky a Go-Go still has much of the same layout as it did in the 1960s, with standing room on the dance floor and small tables in the upstairs balcony. Unlike so many local music venues, the nightclub has always had a powerful PA, making it one of the best places to hear live music in the city. There are two full bars, and most nights admission is available to people of all ages. Paid parking is available in the lot behind the club. More >>

  • The Whitehouse Restaurant & Nightclub

    The Whitehouse Restaurant & Nightclub

    340 S. Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-494-8088

    http://www.whitehouserestaurant.com

  • The Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts

    6760 Painter Ave. Whittier, CA 90608
    562-907-4203

    http://web.whittier.edu/shannon/

  • Will Reid Scout Camp

    4747 Daisy Ave. Long Beach, CA 90805
    310-347-1054

    http://www.tribeoftahquitz.org/totdownloads.php

  • The Wiltern

    The Wiltern

    3790 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90010
    213-388-1400

    http://www.livenation.com/venues/14361/the-wiltern In a city of Art Deco landmarks, the Wiltern might be one of L.A.'s most striking architectural fixtures. Originally intended as a vaudeville theater when it opened in 1931, the venue has hosted film screenings, but in more recent years has been primarily a location for rock and pop concerts. Named after the intersection of Wilshire Blvd. and Western Ave., where it's located on the edge of Koreatown, the grand old building features classic furnishings, crystal lamps and ornate sun designs painted on the theater's large, high ceiling. A large balcony looks down over a ground floor, which alternates between seated and general-admission style standing room. Several full bars are scattered around the roomy environs, including in the sumptuously gilded lobby. The high ceiling sometimes makes for echoing sound when loud rock bands play the theater, but the acoustics are usually fine for quieter performers and theatrical events. Ray Davies, Cheap Trick, Radio Birdman, Buffalo Springfield, the Breeders and Dimmu Borgir are among the widely disparate musicians who've invaded the Wiltern's lavish stage. All ages, with street parking and a multistory lot next door. More >>

  • World Cup Soccer Center of Mission Viejo

    27301 La Paz Road Mission Viejo, CA 92692

  • World Stage Performance Gallery

    World Stage Performance Gallery

    4344 Degnan Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90008
    323-293-2451

    http://www.theworldstage.org The World Stage, a Leimert Park landmark founded in 1989, has long been home base for great local talent. It’s one of the best places to hone your skills as a musician, as well as get the most blunt feedback you could possibly hope for: If you aren’t up to snuff at the World Stage Jam Session, well, someone will tell you. You can still hit their jazz concerts, though, as an appreciative – and humbled – audience member. More >>

  • WorldBeat Cultural Center

    2100 Park Blvd. San Diego, CA 92101
    619-230-1190

    http://www.worldbeatcenter.org

  • WorldBeat Cultural Center

    2100 Park Blvd. San Diego, CA 92101
    619-230-1190

    http://www.worldbeatcenter.org

  • Yesteryears

    235 W. Second St. Pomona, CA 91766
    909-629-5264

  • The Yost Theater

    The Yost Theater

    307 N. Spurgeon St. Santa Ana, CA 92701
    888-862-9573

    http://www.yosttheater.com The Yost Theater is a concert venue in Santa Ana. Housed in a vintage movie house, the Yost Theater is looking to compete with big OC music venues such as Disney's House of Blues. Gorgeously appointed with massive plush drapes, ornate lanterns, blue ceiling tiles and a state of the art sound system, there might be some nervous grumbling in the House of Mouse. They have a lot of EDM shows, but the occasional indie darling will sneak in—and even some Spanish-language stuff. Co-operated by former Koo's Cafe owner Dennis Lluy, The Yost serves a large selection of draft beers and features a full bar -- perfect for getting loose in front of the massive stage. We won’t talk about its historic role as the center of Latino life in Southern California and its subsequent thievery twice from the Latinos who loved it because it’s simply too painful—but now you know. More >>

  • Zanzibar

    Zanzibar

    1301 Fifth St. Santa Monica, CA 90401
    310-451-2221

    http://www.zanzibarlive.com 10 p.m.-2 a.m.; over 21; cover varies. More >>

  • Zao Collective

    10680 Katella Ave Anaheim, CA 92802

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