Any Music Lover Needs to Go to These Historic Venues in Los Angeles

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Los Angeles is famous for so many reasons, and there’s no denying the star quality of the city. If you want to go and see where the best music venues are and relive the nights where your favorite band might have played, these are the best ones to check out.

The Roxy

The Roxy has been around since the early 1970s and has had legends play on this Sunset Strip stage from every decade since. The really cool thing about the Roxy is not just who’s played there, but how many musicians appreciate it and it’s intimacy. Many famous bands like U2 and the Foo Fighters have played gigs there in the last few of years just because they love the atmosphere and history.

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The Troubadour

The Troubadour is an iconic venue that opened in the 1950s in the West Hollywood neighborhood. This venue has had some of the most famous singers of our time, including Joni Mitchell, Elton John, and more. Every band, no matter the genre, wants to play at the Troubadour and be a part of the magic.

The Shrine

The Shrine Auditorium is a very famous music venue, but it’s actually a lot more. It’s where the Acadamy Awards happen every year, and you’ve probably even seen it in different movies!