Santa Ana's Aushua Added to Next Month's 'LA 101'

A festival-type show on a Tuesday? Hey, sure, why not? That's the day of LA 101, a concert put on by our sister paper, LA Weekly, up north at the Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City.

It takes place November 3, with main stage headliners Silversun Pickups (local LA faves made good, big time!), Dandy Warhols (Portland's favorite enduring hipster popsters!) and Matt N Kim (piano-rockin' east coasters!).

What may be especially relevant to your interests: Orange County favorite sons Aushua, who recently-ish wrapped a national tour with Nightmare of You, will be playing the event's KROQ Locals Only stage. They'll be joined by LA bands Funeral Party and the Flying Tourbilon Orchestra.

Tickets are $25 and on sale now. But this isn't your only opportunity to see Aushua coming up, no sir–they're playing a lot closer to home next week, House of Blues in Anaheim-style, in that big ol' local show Thursday, October 29 with the Steelwells (EP release show!), the Shys, Yellow Red Sparks, the Rambles and the Color Turning. They're also opening up a couple of gigs on Huntington Beach singer/songwriter Matt Costa's upcoming SoCal run (Nov. 3 in Hermosa Beach, Nov. 8 in LA) and playing with Henry Clay People (from Yorba Linda but moved to LA, read Chris Ziegler's recent article on them here) at Detroit Bar on November 19.

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