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  • 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

  • SeaPort Marina Hotel

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

  • St. Luke's Episcopal Church

    525 E. Seventh St. Long Beach, CA 90813
    562-436-4047

    http://www.stlukeslb.org

  • The Stardust

    7643 Firestone Blvd. Downey, CA 90241
    562-928-5503

  • Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater

    Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater

    4773 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027
    323-666-4268

    http://www.trepanyhouse.org Tucked into Los Feliz's Center for Inquiry-West, the Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater is an intimate performing venue that presents a wide array of concerts, plays, vaudeville and comedy. When the theater first began putting on shows, it focused on comedians like Dana Gould, Emo Philips, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Kids in the Hall, as well as theatrical productions and esoteric philosophical and metaphysical explorations by everyone from NASA scientists to members of the Church of Satan. Before long, the theater also brought in live musicians, including the daft ragtime diva Janet Klein, Lavender Diamond and the charming pop duo the Ditty Bops mingling with harder-edged sounds from Rancid and Dethklok. Added to the mix is the center's ongoing fascination with horror and film culture, with presentations and screenings by the likes of Toby Hooper, Joe Dante, David Cronenberg, Miranda July and James Franco. In homage to its namesake inspiration, the late comedian Steve Allen, the theater is an unusual nexus point of scientific curiosity and vaudevillian variety. More >>

  • Suzy

    Suzy's Bar & Grill

    1141 Aviation Blvd. Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
    310-379-6171

  • Taix French Restaurant

    Taix French Restaurant

    1911 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026
    213-484-1265

    http://www.taixfrench.com The Taix family has been running this French restaurant since 1927, and in this location as a virtual Echo Park landmark since the early 1960s. There are six banquet rooms, as well as a 21-&-over live-music bar. For all of the European elegance of the banquet rooms, it's in the restaurant's 321 Lounge that Taix feels warmest and homiest. In recent years, the bar's humble floor-level stage in front of a simple brick-wall backdrop has borne witness to a surprising diversity of crucial local musicians, ranging from straight-ahead country-rock dreamers to truly out-there funk-jazz experimentalists. Low-key indie rock bands trade off with raging instrumental surf combos, followed by sweet pure-pop balladeers. As wild as the music sometimes get, the restaurant has a contrastingly traditional and continental ambiance, due in large part to a menu that's heavy on rustic French fare like duck a la orange, braised rabbit, butterflied trout, onion soup and escargot. Naturally, with such a fervent Francophile emphasis, the restaurant and full bar uncork a broad selection of fine French wines. Valet parking is available in Taix's lot, and metered parking can be found on the street. No cover. More >>

  • Third Eye Records

    2701 E. Fourth St. , 90814
    714-415-9814

    thirdeyerecordshop.com

  • Valley View Casino Center

    3500 Sports Arena Blvd. San Diego, CA 92110

  • The Vault OC

    1200 W. Alvarez Ave. Orange, CA 92688

    https://www.facebook.com/thevaultoc

  • The Vex Arts L.A.

    The Vex Arts L.A.

    5240 Alhambra Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90032
    323-221-0971

    http://www.thevexarts.com Opened in fall 2012, this reincarnation of the legendary early-1980s E.L.A. punk club is in a new location but is still run by founder Joe Vex with the same spirit. More >>

  • 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 >>

  • Warner Grand Theatre

    Warner Grand Theatre

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

    http://www.warnergrand.org

  • 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 >>

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