Summer 2017: Your guide to hundreds of Southern California concerts
By Staff report
If you’re looking to get out, have some fun in the sun and to lose your voice singing along to live music this summer, there is certainly no shortage of big tours and ginormous multi-day festivals rolling through Southern California.
In one of the busiest concert seasons yet, there are offerings in a wide variety of genres that include the recent concert tours of top-selling artists to one-of-a-kind festivals boasting legendary acts within rather robust daily rosters.
Most summers, the Rose Bowl boasts one — possibly two — concerts at most, but this year the iconic Pasadena stadium (recently headlined by U2) will play host to the inaugural Arroyo Seco Weekend on Saturday, June 24, and Sunday, June 25, and serve as the Southern California stop for Metallica’s WorldWired Tour on Saturday, July 29, which also features openers and Huntington Beach natives, Avenged Sevenfold.
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Justin Bieber will bring his Purpose World Tour to the venue on Saturday, Aug. 5, and punk rockers Green Day will wrap up its Revolution Radio Tour at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, Sept. 16.
Our comprehensive Southern California concert guide features shows that will be staged through Labor Day and beyond.
Major venues: CITIZENS BUSINESS BANK ARENA | DODGER STADIUM | THE FORUM | GLEN HELEN AMPHITHEATER | GREEK THEATRE | HOLLYWOOD BOWL | HONDA CENTER | […]