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  • The 13th Frame Lounge

    370 E. Whittier Blvd. , 90631

  • Aladdin Jr. Restaurant & Cafe 2

    Aladdin Jr. Restaurant & Cafe 2

    296 W. Second St. Pomona, CA 91766

  • Alex Theatre

    Alex Theatre

    216 N. Brand Blvd. Glendale, CA 91203

  • Anaheim Plaza Hotel & Suites

    1700 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92802

  • Austin Music Hall

    208 Nueces St. Austin, TX 78701

  • BlackLight District

    BlackLight District

    2500 E. Anaheim St. Long Beach, CA 90804‎

  • Cal State Long Beach,

    6200 Atherton St. Long Beach, CA 90815

  • Caltech's Beckman Auditorium

    332 S. Michigan Ave. Pasadena, CA 91106

  • Caltech, Beckman Auditorium

    332 S Michigan Ave Pasadena, CA 91106-3428

  • Cedar Street Courtyard

    Cedar Street Courtyard

    208 W. 4th St. Austin, TX 78701

  • Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts

    Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts

    12700 Center Court Drive Cerritos, CA 90703

  • Characters


    276 E. First St. Pomona, CA 91766


    6131 E. Telegraph Road Los Angeles, CA 90040

  • Curley's Cafe

    1999 E. Willow St. Signal Hill, CA 90755

  • Doheny Blues Festival

    25300 Dana Point Harbor Drive Dana Point, CA 92629

  • Doheny State Beach

    25300 Dana Point Harbor Drive Dana Point, CA 92629

  • Downtown Pomona

    201 W. Second St. Pomona, CA 91767

  • East Village Arts District

    1st & Linden Long Beach, CA 90802

  • The Echo

    The Echo

    1822 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026
    213-413-8200 The longtime Nayarit nightclub is a lively Echo of its old self, with indie, post-punk, funky soul, country, dance nights and even kids' music. Other events range from wine tastings to spoken-word readings. The Echo Park club is connected to a separate-admission bigger room downstairs, the Echoplex. Many indie-rock and punk bands have made the Echo their home over the years, including W.A.C.O., the reunited Germs, Tulsa Skull Swingers, Summer Darling and the Gears, as well as touring combos like the Dirtbombs, Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter, the Ettes and Southern Culture on the Skids. The Echo has a full bar, with an outdoor smoking patio. Monday nights are generally no cover. Age limit varies. More >>

  • El Cid

    El Cid

    4212 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90029
    323-668-0318 Circa 1900, legendary filmmaker D.W. Griffith built what is currently known as Silver Lake restaurant and club El Cid. Years later, he used the venue to screen his highly controversial Birth of a Nation. Rumor has it moviegoers were charged two bucks to see the flick, an outrageous price in those days, so you can imagine what those same audiences would think today if they could walk down El Cid's uneven stairs and order a $30 margarita. Assuming their heads didn't explode upon viewing the drink menu, they'd discover that the cost of the beverage comes from the inclusion of Don Julio 1942 (because it can't be the Grand Marnier, lime juice or sweet-and-sour). Then again, if the people of the early 1900s could sample tequila from the 1940s, they'd be sipping away while daydreaming about flying cars and hover boards, because that's what humans do when we fantasize about the future. This historic Spanish-style restaurant is perched elegantly on the western edge of Silver Lake, with airy patios and a garden. Entertainment includes flamenco, dinner theater, comedy and live music. More >>

  • El Rey Theatre

    El Rey Theatre

    5515 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036
    323-936-6400 Located on the Miracle Mile in the Mid-Wilshire district, the El Rey is indeed something of an architectural miracle. Designed by the noted architect Clifford A. Balch in 1936, the art deco venue boasts a Streamline Moderne design, with sleek contours and a classically elegant exterior and interior. For more than 60 years, it was used mainly as a movie theater, but in 1994 it was reconfigured as a live-music concert hall. Since then, the room, which holds about 700 people, has hosted such diverse musicians as Iggy Pop, Neko Case, Radio Birdman, Wanda Jackson & Jack White, Buzzcocks, the Dresden Dolls, Wire, Emmylou Harris, Mission of Burma and the Avengers. An upstairs VIP balcony looks down over the grand ballroom, which is sided by plush red walls and illuminated by several gigantic glass chandeliers. The all-ages venue usually features standing-room admission, with a few booths located along the sides. The ballroom has a full bar, and another full bar is based in the venue's fancy art deco lobby, which includes a dramatic staircase that leads to the balcony. Street parking, plus paid parking in a lot across the street. More >>

  • Eldorado Bar and Grill

    3014 N Studebaker Rd. Long Beach, CA 90808

  • Empire Polo Club

    Empire Polo Club

    81-800 Ave. 51 Indio, CA 92201

    Ringed by stands of palm trees, this longtime center of the sporting life in Indio has indeed been used for many years as a polo field, but it's better known these days as the sprawling site of the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals. More >>

  • Fingerprints

    420 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90802

  • The Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar

    The Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar

    6251 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803-4803

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