Once again, it’s another fantastic week for live events in Los Angeles. Over the next week, there will be a wide range of awesome things to do around the city, including a several fantastic concerts and high-profile sporting events.
With such a diverse offering of live experiences to choose from, we’ve put together a quick list of the Top 10 Live Events in Los Angeles over the next 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 Growlers – Friday and Saturday, November 1-2
Los Angeles’ own The Growlers are in town this weekend for their eighth annual Beach Goth Halloween. The band’s Beach Goth Halloween event features musical performances from the band, appearances from special guests, art installations and more. This year’s event will be held at the Palladium on Sunset Boulevard.
Twenty One Pilots – Friday, November 1
Grammy Award-Winning duo Twenty One Pilots will be playing at the Staples Center this Friday, as their “The Bandito” Tour is set to end in just two weeks. The band, best known for their smash hits “Stressed Out”, “Ride” and “Heathens” have crisscrossed the globe over the past year playing over 115 shows. Pretty impressive!
Oregon at USC – Saturday, November 2
College football fans are in for a treat this week as the USC Trojans are set to host the No. 7 ranked Oregon Ducks at the Memorial Coliseum this Saturday. Oregon is one of the hottest teams in college football as of late, winning each of their last seven games.
Sara Bareilles – Saturday, November 2
Singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles will be performing at the Hollywood Bowl this Saturday, as her “Amidst the Chaos” Tour raps up its western leg. Bareilles, who’s best known for her hit “Love Song” and writing the score for the Broadway musical Waitress, released her sixth album Amidst the Chaos back in April.
Chicago Blackhawks at Los Angeles Kings – Saturday, November 2
The Los Angeles Kings will welcome the Chicago Blackhawks to town this Saturday as the two teams are set to face off at the Staples Center at 7:30 PM. The Kings will be looking for revenge in this game as they were defeated 5-1 by Chicago last Sunday.
RUEL – Sunday, November 3
16-year-old Australian singer Ruel is in LA this week, as he’ll be performing at the Fonda Theatre as a part of his tour supporting his recent EP Free Time. Free Time was released by RCA Records last month, and features the singles “Painkiller”, “Face to Face” and “Real Thing”.
Bauhaus – Sunday and Monday, November 3-4
The godfathers of gothic music, Bauhaus, are coming to the Palladium this Sunday and Monday for two can’t-miss shows. The band, which recorded four albums in four years before breaking up back in 1983, is cited as one of the most influential acts of their era. This show is particularly special because it will be the band’s first show with its original lineup in thirteen years.
Omar Apollo – Tuesday and Wednesday, November 5-6
22-year-old singer Omar Apollo is in Los Angeles this week, playing two shows at the Fonda Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard on Tuesday and Wednesday. Apollo has released two EPs over the past two years, Stereo and Friends, and is best known for his song “Ugotme” which was released in 2017.
Milwaukee Bucks at Los Angeles Clippers – Wednesday, November 6
After starting the season strong with three wins out of their first four games, the Clippers face a tough test this Wednesday as they welcome the Milwaukee Bucks to the Staples Center. This matchup will feature two of the best players in the game in Milwaukee’s MVP forward Giannis Antetokounmpo and Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard, who won the NBA Finals MVP award last year with the Raptors.
Portland Trail Blazers at Los Angeles Clippers – Thursday, November 7
It’s a busy week of basketball for the Clippers, as they’ll face the Portland Trail Blazers this Thursday on the second night of a back-to-back. The Trail Blazers have two of the top scorers in the league so far this year, with point guard Damian Lillard chipping in 30.8 points per game and shooting guard CJ McCollum averaging 23.3 points.