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  • Kaleo

    Aug 26, 2017

  • Luis Fonsi

    Sep 9, 2017

  • City And Colour

    Sep 16, 2017

  • Gov't Mule

    Sep 26, 2017

  • Margaret Cho

    Oct 5, 2017

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Kaleo

August 26, 2017

Icelandic blues rockers Kaleo formed in Reykjavik when the band members were just 17 years old, choosing to immigrate to the states after signing to Atlantic records in 2015. Inspired by their new home base of Austin, Texas, the folkrock quartet infuse the gritty sounds of Americana with a driving indie-pop aesthetic. Don't miss them as they hit the road on the Kaleo Express Tour.

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Luis Fonsi

September 9, 2017

Well known in the Latin music world, Luis Fonsi was introduced to a whole new audience this year when his track 'Despacito' topped music charts across the globe. Featuring rapper Daddy Yankee, this irresistibly smooth reggaeton track was initially released in January, and then blew up even more when a certain Mr Justin Bieber appeared on a remix version.

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City And Colour

September 16, 2017

City and Colour is the solo moniker of Dallas Green, guitarist and singer for the Canadian punk band Alexisonfire. With City and Colour, Green brings melodically driven lyricism to acoustic guitar performances.

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Gov't Mule

September 26, 2017

Jam rock gods Gov't Mule are hitting the road this fall. The band - an off-shoot of The Allman - are recognised as one the leaders of Southern Jam Rock, with every show offering up a totally unique improvised experience.

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Margaret Cho

October 5, 2017

A bisexual, American Korean, Margaret Cho has some claim on the title of Patron Saint of Outsiders. Never less than searingly honest, she speaks to people of all persuasions, especially those that enjoy expertly constructed dick and STD jokes. Her routines blend scatological humour and social commentary in such a deft, big-hearted delivery that even her filthiest material feels like a warm hug.

The Wiltern

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3790 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90010

  • Year opened: 1931
  • Capacity: 2300

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M Grill
0.09 mi away at 3832 Wilshire Blvd Suite 202

Ca' Brea
0.14 mi away at 3900 WILSHIRE BLVD

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California Parking Services
0.8 mi away at 664 S. Catalina St.

Unified Parking Service, Inc.
1.01 mi away at 837 S. Vermont Ave.

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0.08 mi away at 681 South Western Avenue
3 Star, Prices from $114


0.11 mi away at 3900 Wilshire Boulevard
3 Star, Prices from $90

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