Family-friendly LA Spots For A Cultural Diving

Los Angeles offers endless options for memorable experiences for visitors and locals alike. Whether it’s visiting a quiet museum, or attending a boisterous ball game, there are always many interesting attractions.

Exciting events taking place. We invite you to take a moment and read on for two handpicked family-friendly cultural places that you must visit in the city of flowers and sunshine.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Located on Grand Avenue in Downtown L.A., Walt Disney Concert Hall is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Master Chorale. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry, with acoustics by Yasuhisa Toyota, the magnificent venue has received worldwide critical acclaim and praise from concertgoers for its stunning architecture and extraordinary sound. Attend a concert by the acclaimed LA Phil and experience classical music as it was meant to be heard.

Paley Center For Media

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Los Angeles locations have made countless appearances in films and TV episodes. Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, The Paley Center for Media is the foremost public archive of television and radio programming, with an international collection of nearly 150,000 programs spanning almost 100 years. Throughout the year, the Paley Center celebrates television with a wide range of events that examine the creative process behind great entertainment.

Hot Rock Concerts Happening On This Upcoming Autumn

Music fans, are you looking to treat yourself to rock concert tickets next year? Luckily, there are plenty of artists planning to take their live shows on the road. Get news about iconic pop-rock stars coming soon.

Such as Maroon 5 and the queen of alt-rock guitar prowess St. Vincent, there are several performers set to tour in 2019. Here are what we think will be the Best Rock Concert Tours until now.

Maroon 5: “Red Pill Blues” Tour

May 30, 2018 – October 15, 2018

Early this month, Maroon 5 dropped their sixth studio album Red Pill Blues, and shortly after, the band and their fearless leader Adam Levine announced the “Red Pill Blues” Tour. The new album definitely has a more matured, laid-back vibe than we’ve seen from previous Maroon 5 albums, the definitive difference being Adam Levine’s exploration of his lower voice register. In an interview with Billboard, guitarist James Valentine spoke about the band’s excitement to transform their new songs live, which leads us to believe that Levine will be pulling out his famous, reedy falsettos for the “Red Pill Blues” Tour. Maroon 5 will be supported by Julia Michaels for most dates.

Foo Fighters: “Concrete and Gold” Tour

December 1, 2017 – September 12, 2018

This past Fall, the Foo Fighters dropped their ninth studio album Concrete and Gold, a record that allows “hard rock extremes and pop sensibilities” to collide. Though Dave Grohl attempted to take a personal hiatus from music after a tumultuous “Sonic Highways” Tour, it appears that he couldn’t stay away from writing for long, as he began jotting down the lyrics to the Foo’s hit single “Run” in the latter half of 2016. Now, Foo Fighters have not only announced a “Concrete and Gold” Tour, they’ve extended it to run through mid-September.

The Killers: “Wonderful, Wonderful” Tour

November 27, 2017 – April 5, 2018

When The Killers finally dropped their fifth studio album Wonderful, Wonderful after a long five year hiatus, fans were elated and anticipatory of their upcoming concert tour. And according to reviews, the “Wonderful, Wonderful” Tour has showcased The Killers in good form. Ranging from old hits such as “Somebody Told Me” and “Mr. Brightside” to Joy Division covers to renditions of “The Man”, The Killers have been performing pumped up set lists for their return to the touring circuit.

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“I never tried to prove nothing, just wanted to give a good show. My life has always been my music, it’s always come first, but the music ain’t worth nothing if you can’t lay it on the public. The main thing is to live for that audience, ‘cause what you’re there for is to please the people.”