The Glass House

200 W. Second St.
Pomona, CA 91766
909-865-3802
Alright, so Pomona isn't exactly the closest city to most of us. But the drive may be worth it just to see some amazing talent perform in a non-L.A. venue. Regularly hosting bands like the Black Keys, Rilo Kiley and Blonde Redhead, it's no wonder that this moderately sized venue will often sell out. The Glass House is all-ages, so no booze but they do have decent pizza, not to mention a great sound system.

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