All The Best Live Music In Los Angeles This Week

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Los Angeles is one of the finest music cities in the world, which is both a gift and a curse: There’s always a ton of great music being played somewhere, but there’s so much of it that it can be difficult to sort through it all and find the best stuff. If that’s a problem you’ve faced, you’re in the right place: Keep reading to find a list of the concerts in the Los Angeles area that are worth your time for the week of February 4.

Tuesday, February 5

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Van Morrison @ The Wiltern [Tickets]

Van Morrison may be 73, but that’s not slowing the legendary musician from releasing new music. Last year he released two studio albums, You’re Driving Me Crazy and The Prophet Speaks. Both landed on the Billboard 200 charts. With a catalog that continues to grow and a catalog that carries staples such as “Into The Mystic,” it’s no wonder Morrison can still pack out venues.

Wednesday, February 6

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Camila Cabello @ Orpheum Theater [Tickets]

Camila Cabello is now a Grammy-nominated pop star. Her debut studio album Camila is nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album at the 61st Grammy Awards, which airs Sunday, February 10. Camila landed at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts and features bops such as “Havana” with Young Thug. The former Fifth Harmony member also opened up for Taylor Swift‘s Reputation Stadium Tour.

Van Morrison @ The Wiltern [Tickets]

Thursday February 7

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Pink @ Hollywood Palladium [Tickets]

Pink has built a reputation of putting together extravagant stage shows for her tours. Her Beautiful Trauma Tour promises just that: Lights, action and insane acrobatics. The album itself, Beautiful Trauma, is nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album at the upcoming 61st Grammy Awards.

Atmosphere @ The Novo [Tickets]

Indie rap duo Atmosphere released their ninth studio album Mi Vida Local in October. The project landed on the Billboard 200 and now, Slug and Ant have embarked on a 35-city tour with Dem Atlas and Lioness.

Friday, February 8

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Travis Scott @ The Forum [Tickets]

Travis Scott performed a portion of his Hot 100 hit “Sicko Mode” alongside Maroon 5 at the Super Bowl Pepsi Halftime show on Sunday. The best part was La Flame’s short, SpongeBob SquarePants “Sweet Victory” intro. Following such a huge performance, Travis’ majestic Astroworld Tour continues, making its return to The Forum.

Jesse McCartney @ The Wiltern [Tickets]

Jesse McCartney can sing “Beautiful Soul” as many times as he wants to and it’ll still melt hearts. The pop singer released a more mature-sounding cut titled “Better With You” last year as his first single release since 2014. In January, he debuted the music video for his latest single “Wasted” with an album soon to come.

Saturday, February 9

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Muse @ Hollywood Palladium [Tickets]

When Muse delivered their ’90s-tinged electro-album Simulation Theory in November it landed on the Billboard 200 charts. The British band’s tour is slated for sometime in the purported future with an emphasis on technology. With singles like “Thought Contagion” and “Dig Down,” their show should be a definite cerebral experience.

Sunday, February 10

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Chris Stapleton @ Hollywood Palladium [Tickets]

Chris Stapleton recently announced plans of resurrecting The All-American Road Show for 2019. The Kentucky native’s second studio album From A Room: Volume 1 nabbed Best Country Album at the 60th Grammy Awards and its chart-topping number “Broken Halos” earned a trophy for Best Country Song. For the 61st Grammy Award ceremony Stapleton’s third EP, From A Room: Volume 2, is nominated for Best Country Album.