3 stony socal concert venues
Summer in SoCal means it’s concert season once again. Live music in some of California’s most iconic locations including open air outdoor theaters and indoor mega-venues. Below are 3 stony socal concert venues and very memorable spots to kick back, light a joint, and enjoy the show!
Established in 1967 The Forum in Inglewood is most famous for once being the home of the LA Lakers. It’s now a full time concert venue that hosts crowds over 17,000 people.
The Forum is one of the biggest concert venues in California and plays host to bands like Metallica, Phish, and U2.
Hollywood Forever Cemetary
The 62 acre Hollywood Forever Cemetery is a Los Angeles landmark and the resting place for many of the cities founders. The Fairbanks Lawn area of the grounds is a super unique venue for local music lovers that flock to the spot to see their favorite indie bands.
In addition to hosting bands the Hollywood Forever Cemetery hosts outdoor movie screenings and lectures throughout the year. It’s the perfect place to watch Dazed and Confused with a nice OG Joint and some friends.
The Hollywood Bowl opened in 1922 and it loos directly over the famous Hollywood sign. A massive open-air amphitheater that once play host to The Beatles, the Hollywood Bowl is iconic and a fund venue no matter who’s on stage.
Be sure to bring you own buds (and beers) and a plan for a great picnic because the Hollywood Bowl is famous for it’s all day BYOB events like the Playboy Jazz Festival and plays hosts to the worlds biggest stars.
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