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 June 3.
Monday, June 3
J.I.D @ The Fonda Theatre [Tickets]
Dreamville rapper JID can really get the crowd cracking and packed out. His DiCaprio 2 album was created with the assistance of the late Mac Miller, who worked on the smooth track “Skrawberries” featuring R&B singer BJ The Chicago Kid. JID is slated to join Logic on his Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind tour along with YBN Cordae.
Tuesday, June 4
JID @ The Fonda Theatre [Tickets]
Thursday, June 6
Troye Sivan @ The Wiltern [Tickets]
Australian singer Troye Sivan‘s rise has been nothing short of inspirational. Getting his start on Youtube to going on a full-blown tour in support of his Billboard chart-topping album Bloom is what dreams are made of.
Friday, June 7
Lil Debbie @ Whiskey-A-Go-Go [Tickets]
Lil Debbie is a consistent Bay Area fixture. The former White Girl Mob member released her latest studio album In My Own Lane last year and in March self-released her EP Bay Chronicles. Her music always brings out the crowd and her hype performances never disappoint.
Saturday, June 8
Jennifer Lopez @ The Forum [Tickets]
Jennifer Lopez hasn’t released a full studio project in years and that’s okay because as of late she’s been slowly unleashing new music including, “Dinero” with Cardi B and “Medicine” featuring French Montana. Jenny From The Block has been releasing bangers since to the 2000s and now that she’s on her own headlining tour again, it’s the perfect time to catch J. Lo perform “If You Had My Love” and her other popular hits live.
Sunday, June 9
Kari Faux @ Moroccan Lounge [Tickets]
Kari Faux’s 2015 project Lost En Los Angeles was a musical delight dipped in west coast swag and her 2019 debut Cry 4 Help takes it to the next level. Both projects beg for an experience best suited for a live audience.
Dizzy Wright @ Bootleg Theatre [Tickets]
XXL Freshman Dizzy Wright came with Nobody Cares, Work Harder this year and no one works harder than this Las Vegas rapper who has pure love for the bars he consciously spits. His single “Champagne Dreams” is reminiscent of an old school A Tribe Called Quest track and that’s the kind of vibe Dizzy regularly delivers.
Some artists covered here are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.