Monday, March 18, 2013

Los Angeles Tonight (March 18, 2013)

Hooray Monday! What do you have in store for the fine people of Los Angeles tonight? Well, for those of you back from SXSW, I assume your agenda involves sleeping and bathing. For others, Monday night is just another Friday night, and for those of you with music on the mind this evening we see a few spots where you just might want to gravitate towards.

The Joy Formidable will be try to live up to their name at The Observatory. If you don't leave with a big smile then they failed. If you do, then everyone's a winner. For those of you who have a lot of post Monday work day stress to mosh out, try the Anti-Flag 20th Anniversary Show at the Troubadour featuring Dead To Me, Donots, and Chotto Ghetto.

Further East you'll find The Specials and Little Hurricane at Club Nokia and for far less money (FREE) you'll find Harper Simon at The Satellite for his third residency show. He's supported by Willoughby, Henry Wolfe, Heather Porcarro which all sounds very pleasant.

For more listings check our weekly concert BLAST...

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