You'll hit all the right notes with three days of live music in Los Angeles. Your home base is Hollywood, where the outdoor concert options include the world-famous Hollywood Bowl and The Ford. Stay tuned in with shows on the Sunset Strip and Downtown LA. Along the way, you'll shop LA's music mecca, visit a custom guitar shop, and even take a lesson. Rock on!
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Baby, you're a star. Hollywood is renowned for its movies and studios, but it's also home to some of LA's most famous music venues. Visit Hollywood Forever, the final resting place for musicians like Chris Cornell, Scott Weiland, Dee Dee and Johnny Ramone. Check out the iconic Capitol Records Building, where legends like Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, and The Beach Boys recorded their hits. Shop LA's music mecca, Amoeba Hollywood. For tonight's concert, the options are endless - every music genre, indoor venues, and outdoor amphitheatres. Start and end your night in the red-hot Vinyl District - dinner in the former music studio where David Bowie and Stevie Wonder recorded; and a post-concert nightcap at a French Riviera-inspired rooftop bar.
Get your kicks on the Sunset Strip. Start the day on historic Route 66 at Barney's Beanery, a favorite of Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin. View fine art music photography, then visit the Petersen Automotive Museum for cars of the stars like Elvis's Pantera and CadZZilla (built for Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top). Grab a bite at Tail o' the Pup, the legendary hot dog stand that's been restored and fronts The Doors former HQ. Drinks at the Rainbow Bar & Grill includes a photo op with the life-size Lemmy statue. Your concert options include '60s icon Whisky A Go Go, The Roxy, and the Troubadour, where Elton John launched his global stardom with his first U.S. concert.
Everything's waiting for you in Downtown LA. "Coffee first, mischief later" at the Harry Potter-themed Nimbus Coffee. Explore the history of popular music at the GRAMMY Museum. Then it's a lunchtime trip to Boyle Heights for awesome tacos, Mariachi Plaza, and famed music stores Candelas Guitars and La Casa del Musico. Whatever music you're in the mood for, DTLA has you covered - classical at Walt Disney Concert Hall, pop music at Crypto.com Arena, and salsa at the Conga Room.