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Music & Nightlife Interpol


Paul Banks and his crew are back to celebrate 15 years


of Turn on the Bright Lights, performing the album in full with support from Deerhunter and Battles.


à Los Angeles State Historic Park, 1245 N Spring St (interpolnyc.com, 323-441-8819). Sept 30 at 7pm; $59.50.


à Marina Green Park, 386 E Shoreline Dr, Long Beach (mtglb.co). Sept 30, Oct 1, 11am–10pm; day pass $75, weekend pass $135.


OCTOBER


Chance the Rapper Everyone is clamoring to


into quasi-metal multipart orchestrated suites. à Shrine Auditorium, 665 W Jefferson Blvd (213-748-5116, shrineauditorium.com). Aug 11 at 8pm; $59.95–$250.


SEPTEMBER The Muppets Take


the Bowl The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra accompanies a fireworks finale with Miss Piggy, Kermit, Fozzie, Gonzo & Co., plus a performance by Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem and a slate of surprise guests that has our imaginations running wild. à Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N Highland Ave (323- 850-2000, hollywoodbowl.com). Sept 8, 9 at 8pm, Sept 10 at 7:30pm; $14–$155.


Ohana Festival The second iteration of this


beachfront event expands to three days, with headlining sets from Social Distortion, Eddie Vedder and Jack Johnson, and an arguably more impressive undercard, including Pixies, Haim, Fiona Apple, TV on the Radio and Ray LaMontagne. à Doheny State Beach, 25300 Dana Point Harbor Dr (theohanafest.com). Sept 8, 2:30–10pm; Sept 9 noon–9:45pm; Sept 10 noon–9:30pm; single day $99.50, weekend pass $275.


Explosions in the Sky The powerful Texan post-


rockers bring their soaring, DISCOVER! Time Out Los Angeles July 12–October 10, 2017


Find even more fests and free shows at timeout.com/los-angeles/music. 54


Kendrick Lamar The Compton rapper has


climbed from being a highly praised Dr. Dre protégé to an unparalleled lyricist and easily hip-hop’s most ambitious heir. Travis Scott and D.R.A.M. open. à Staples Center, 1111 S Figueroa St (213-742-7340, staplescenter.com). Aug 6, 8, 9 at 7:30pm; $49.50–$129.50.


minimalist instrumentals to the great outdoors. à Greek Theatre, 2700 N Vermont Ave (844- 524-7335, lagreektheatre.com). Sept 18 at 7:30pm; $25–$50.


Future Islands The Baltimore synth-pop crew


returns with more gut-punching anthems propped up by frontman Samuel T. Herring’s patented shimmy-and-growl theatrics. à Greek Theatre, 2700 N Vermont Ave (844-524-7335, lagreektheatre.com). Sept 19 at 7:30pm; $29.50–$44.50.


Fleet Foxes +


Beach House Heaven is a place in the Hollywood Hills, as Fleet Foxes brings its rich harmonies to L.A. for the first time in six years, with support from dream-pop duo Beach House.


à Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N Highland Ave (323- 850-2000, hollywoodbowl.com). Sept 23 at 8pm; $25–$58.


Solange + Blood Orange Solange headlines a cosmic


journey as rich with quiet soul as with unrestrained funk, thanks to an opening set from Blood Orange and appearances by King, Kelela, Moses Sumney and Kelsey Lu. à Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N Highland Ave (323- 850-2000, hollywoodbowl.com). Sept 24 at 7pm; $14–$120.


Music Tastes Good The fledgling festival returns


with a new waterfront location, a Long Beach–meets–New Orleans tasting tent and sets from Ween, Sleater-Kinney, Ride, Charles Bradley, Alvvays and more.


dive into Chance’s hooky, soulful hip-hop, and for good reason: His gospel-like rap is a revelation in today’s musical landscape. à Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N Highland Ave (323-850-2000, hollywoodbowl.com). Oct 3, 4 at 8pm; $35–$125.


Gorillaz


The Damon Albarn–fronted cartoon collective returns in support of its latest record, Humanz, a dance party for the post-apocalypse—and a creeping sense of present day dystopia. à The Forum, 3900 W Manchester Blvd (212- 465-6741, fabulousforum.com). Oct 5 at 7:30pm; $53.75–$103.25.


The National + Local Natives


Haunting melancholia rules the evening as the National, led by Matt Berninger’s beautiful baritone voice, headlines a show with support from Silver Lake’s Local Natives. à Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N Highland Ave (323-850-2000, hollywoodbowl.com). Oct 11 at 7pm; $32.50–$99.50.


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