Dream legendary music venues to visit in Los Angeles, and around the World!
Dream Legendary Music Venues To Visit In Los Angeles, And Around The World!
"Los Angeles is home to some of the most legendary music venues in the world. LA has something for everyone!"
Music brings you to a different dimension framed in time. For an hour or two, watching a live concert, whether a massive pop act in an outdoor venue, or an acoustic set in a 100-seat club, you can get lost in the melodies, the rhythms, the harmonies, and the beats that give you a natural high. Indeed, live music can make all your problems go away, even for just a few minutes or a couple of hours. With this, LA is blessed with legendary music venues that have etched in people's memories. Here are the most legendary music venues in LA and a few from around the world:
1) THE GREEK THEATER. From Billie Eilish to Chance The Rapper, this 6000-seat outdoor theatre is the place to experience a major concert that's meant to make waves in the music industry. Perfect for anyone who wants to sing along to hit songs with thousands of other people around you. 2) THE FONDA THEATER. Built in the 1920s, some of the most famous acts to have played here include Vic Mensa, The Dream, Radiohead, The Rolling Stones, and countless other rock bands and acts.
3) THE ROXY THEATER. This music venue is legendary for being one of John Lennon's favorite LA spots. Its upstairs bar, On The Rox, is one of the most exclusive water holes in the city. Some of the artists who've played here include U2, Foo Fighters, and Alice Cooper.
Other legendary music venues in LA include El Rey Theatre, Whiskey A-Go-Go, Troubador, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Palladium. When it comes to legendary venues worldwide, nothing beats the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, Radio City Music Hall in New York, the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia, and the Royal Albert Hall in London, UK.
If you're a fan of music, these are the best spots to experience some of the world's most notable concerts.