Must-See Concerts In LA This February
From Catchy Pop to Heavy Rock: Here Are 8 Amazing Concerts in Los Angeles this February!
If you're ready to dive into a musical adventure this February, there is no better place than City of Angels! Check out this lineup of 8 sensational concerts happening in LA. From soul-stirring rock anthems to classical perfectionism, this list is sure to satisfy all your music desires.
Tool - Crypto.com Arena - February 14th & 15th
With four Grammy awards to their name, critically acclaimed American metal band Tool are gracing LA with their presence this February. With their heavy yet mind-bending music at the forefront, you can guarantee that this Tool concert will be full to the brim with enough performance art to dazzle and amaze. With 2019's Fear Innoculom now mixed into the setlist, prepare for an evening of exciting new tracks and nostalgic 90's rock anthems. Get your tickets here.
Playboi Carti - Crypto.com Arena - February 21st
Atlanta-born-and-raised rapper Playboi Carti captured mainstream attention as an affiliate of A$AP Mob in the mid-2010s. Rising to the fore of the 'mumble rap' genre, hip-hop upstart honed his craft on collabs and mixtapes featuring the likes of Lil Uzi Vert and Young Thug, finally breaking out with his 2017 track Magnolia'. Praised for his playful, hard-hitting, and melodically rich tunes, Carti continues to defy conventions with his experimental sounds and inventive sense of style. With an entire vamp' army surrounding him, Carti's live shows are some of the most intense and experimental hip-hop has to offer. Make sure to get your tickets!
Los Angeles Philharmonic - Schubert and Beethoven - Walt Disney Concert Hall - February 15th to 18th
The highly acclaimed Swedish conductor Herbert Blomstedt leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic through two master works of the symphonic tradition; Schubert's playful Sixth Symphony and Beethoven's hopeful Seventh, described by the composer himself as "most excellent". Now 95 years old, Blomstedt is one of the world's most respected conductors, with multiple honorary doctorates and esteemed decorations, including the German Great Cross of Merit with Star. The perfect evening for fans of classical music. Book here.
Mahalia - Belasco Theatre - 28th February
Grammy-nominated British singer-songwriter Mahalia will be gracing Los Angeles with her presence this February. Citing influences such as Amy Winehouse and Lauryn Hill, Mahalia's voice is something you want to follow around through the music, as soulful as it is beautiful. Grab your tickets here.
The Mountain Goats - Teragram Ballroom - 29th February
John Darnielle remains the sole driving force of Californian indie pop-rock outfit The Mountain Goats despite his pluralized moniker. With an ever-evolving roster of live and recording musicians surrounding him, Darnielle revels in his goth-tinged melancholy, fusing a winning combination of wry insight and black humor in his lyrics (which earned him the accolade of 'America's best non-hip-hop artist' by the New Yorker) with lingering melodic hooks and satisfying songcraft. This year, Darnielle brings his spell-binding songwriting to LA once more. Book here.
Oliver Tree - Hollywood Palladium - 15th February
With a tendency to go viral online, Oliver Tree is a vibrant Californian-native vocalist, producer, and filmmaker. The musician's 2020 song 'Alien Boy' kicked off his career with its combination of weirdness and unique pop sensibilities. Now, Oliver Tree boasts a setlist packed full of viral pop tracks, with some of the most infectious choruses around. Get your tickets and don't miss the Miss You' singer this February!
The Wood Brothers - Fonda Theatre - 29th February
Folk-rock trio The Wood Brothers set off on another set of live dates in 2024 in support of their critically acclaimed album 'Heart Is The Hero'. Catch Oliver, Chris, and Jano as they bring their bluesy sound to you. You can expect to hear hits old and new, don't miss your chance to catch the Grammy-nominated winners live!
Alkaline Trio - House Of Blues - 22nd February
Alkaline Trio are touring the states in support of their new record Blood, Sweat & Eyeballs', with their first show being Los Angeles' House of Blues. This punk rock trio was brought together in 1997 by heartbreak, angst, and the companionship of drinking. Throughout their nearly two-decade-long career, these boys have always stuck to their punky roots but aren't afraid to mix it up with fresh new sounds.