Once again, it’s another incredible week for live events in Los Angeles. Whether you prefer live sports, concerts or even musical theatre, there’s something happening this week that you’ll thoroughly enjoy.

With such a diverse offering of events to choose from, we’ve curated a list of the Top 10 Live Events in Los Angeles for this upcoming week. We’ve also included pricing information for each of these events, but pricing information is subject to change as ticket prices may increase as these events draw closer.

The Who – Friday, October 11

One of the most celebrated bands in the history of rock and roll is coming to town this week as British band The Who are set to play the Hollywood Bowl this Friday.  The influential band is touring in support of their new album, “Who”, set to release this December. 

Get in price: Around $50

Nashville Predators at Los Angeles Kings – Saturday, October 12

The Los Angeles Kings begin a five-game homestand this weekend with a 3:00 PM matinee game against the Nashville Predators on Saturday. The Predators have been solid so far this season, winning two of their first three games and scoring 13 goals. This game will be a good early season test for the Kings.  

Get in price: Around $50

Logic – Saturday, October 12

California-based rapper Logic’s “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” tour is in town on Saturday, as the 29-year-old rapper is set to perform at the Hollywood Bowl. 2019 has been a very successful year for Logic, as his Confessions of a Dangerous Mind album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 thanks to singles “Keanu Reeves”, “Homicide” and “Icy”. 

Get in price: Around $50

San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams – Sunday, October 13

Coming off back-to-back losses, the Rams are looking to get back on track Sunday when they take on the division rival San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers are undefeated through four games so far in 2019, making this a big test for a talented Rams squad.

Get in price: Around $120 

Melbourne United at Los Angeles Clippers – Sunday, October 13

After an exciting offseason that saw them acquire superstars Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, things are trending upwards for the Clippers in 2019. The Clippers have an interesting pre-season matchup this weekend, as they’ll face a team from Australia in Melbourne United at the Staples Center on Sunday.

Get in price: Around $10

Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Lakers – Monday, October 14

The NBA pre-season is finally upon us, and the Lakers are set to host their first game at the Staples Center this Monday. After playing abroad for two games against the Nets in China, the Lakers return home to face stiff competition from Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors.

Get in price: Around $80 

Clairo – Tuesday, October 15

After releasing her debut album, Immunity, in early August, 21-year-old singer-songwriter Clairo has been touring all over the United States. Her “Immunity” tour takes her to Los Angeles this week, as she’ll be performing at the Wiltern. Clairo is best known for her track “Pretty Girl” which garnered over 40 million views on YouTube after being posted in 2017.

Get in price: Around $40

Ms. Lauryn Hill – Wednesday, October 16

Fans of hip hop and R&B are in for quite a treat this week, as Ms. Lauryn Hill is coming to the Hollywood Bowl for a 20th anniversary tour for her groundbreaking solo album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. The album, released back in 1998, sold over 19 million copies worldwide and included the smash hit “Doo Wop (That Thing)”.  

Get in price: Around $70

City and Colour – Wednesday, October 16

Canadian musician Dallas Green, also known by his stage name City and Colour, is coming to Los Angeles to perform at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Wednesday. Green just put out a new solo album, A Pill for Loneliness, earlier this month and is known for his unique blend of folk and acoustic music. 

Get in price: Around $130

Anastasia – Throughout October

October will be a great month for Los Angeles based fans of musical theatre, as the musical Anastasia is being performed at the Pantages Theatre regularly from October 8 through the 27. The musical is based on the hit 1997 animated film about Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia. 

Get in price: Around $80 


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