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Best L.A. Concerts of 2013 in Photos 

December 18, 2013
Whether you're a raver, a rocker, a Low End Theory devotee, a jazz connoisseur or all of the above, our sonic melting pot of a city offers excellent live music options nearly every night of the week, all year long. (You can hear about them here!)

So yeah, we went to a lot of concerts this year. And some of them were tell-your-grandchildren excellent, and gave us this amazing photography.

See also: The 20 Best L.A. Concerts of 2013 on West Coast Sound
Timothy Norris
The Flaming Lips @ The Greek. See more photos from the concert here.
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Whether you're a raver, a rocker, a Low End Theory devotee, a jazz connoisseur or all of the above, our sonic melting pot of a city offers excellent live music options nearly every night of the week, all year long. (You can hear about them here!)

So yeah, we went to a lot of concerts this year. And some of them were tell-your-grandchildren excellent, and gave us this amazing photography.

See also: The 20 Best L.A. Concerts of 2013 on West Coast Sound
Published on December 18, 2013
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