First and foremost, Mac Miller brings his traveling party to Hollywood Palladium along with Action Bronson, Chance The Rapper, The Internet and Vince Staples. If acid rap is your thing, or you can't get enough of Mac and Action's east coast flavor - the Sunset Blvd. venue is where you should be.
If rock is whats moves you - head further west to The Roxy for Grimy Goods party featuring The Dead Ships, Death Hymn Number 9, Death Valley Girls and a DJ Set from adult film star April O'Neil. It's only $5 at the door - and we also have some tickets to give away, so hit us up at email@example.com.
The weirdest show of the night though probably will be MC Chris at Troubadour. The artist also known as MC Pee Pants and famous for high-pitched Aqua Teen Hunger Force raps brings Dr. Awkward, Jesse Dangerously and Tribe One along with him to drop some serious nerdcore rhymes and backpacker raps.
Other notable shows include Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers at Hollywood Bowl along with Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Madeliene Peyroux. I also like the weekly Dub Club at Echoplex with Tribe of Kings and Low End Theory at Airliner, which gets a visit from Exile, Fashawn and Matthewdavid.
- Yellowbirds, Eric D. Johnson @ Bootleg Bar
- Steve Martin, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Madeleine Peyroux @ Hollywood Bowl
- Whiskey Shivers, Moonsville Collective, Sam Outlaw, Wild Child @ Detroit Bar
- Savoir Adore, Only You, Fever The Ghost @ The Echo
- Mac Miller, Action Bronson, Chance The Rapper, The Internet, Vince Staples @ Hollywood Palladium
- Cayucas @ Space 15 Twenty (FREE)
- MC Chris, Dr. Awkward, Jesse Dangerously, Tribe One @ Troubadour
- Dub Club w/ Tribe of Kings @ Echoplex
- The Dead Ships, Death Hymn Number 9, Death Valley Girls, April O'Neil (DJ Set) @ The Roxy
- Lightning Dust @ Constellation Room
- Exile, Fashawn, Matthewdavid, Kyo Sakurai @ Low End Theory