The Glass House

200 W. Second St.
Pomona, CA 91766
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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