Concerts in Malibu Beach

Belanova at House of Blues Sunset Strip on October 22 at 9 p.m. (Up to 51% Off)

Belanova

House of Blues Sunset Strip

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Grammy-winning electropop from the Guadalajaran trio known for the singles “Tus Ojos,” “No Me Voy a Morir,” and “Sólo Dos”

$43 $21

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Live or Flyleaf at House of Blues Sunset Strip on October 28 or November 4 (Up to 52% Off)

Live or Flyleaf

House of Blues Sunset Strip

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Southern-rock trailblazers dole out hits from their decades-long discography; new lead singer and her band belt out tracks from latest album

$29 $14

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Intocable at Greek Theatre on Friday, October 24, at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 53% Off)

Intocable

The Greek Theatre

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Intocable shake up their classic Tejano and Norteño sound with poppy melodies and rock guitars

$53.60 $25

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Erasure at Hollywood Palladium on October 24 or 25 at 9 p.m. (Up to 52% Off)

Erasure

Hollywood Palladium

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Famed synth-pop duo delivers dance floor anthems such as “A Little Respect” and new tracks from their latest album

$59.85 $29

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Halloween Massacre at QC2020 on Friday, October 31 (Up to 61% Off)

Halloween Massacre

QC2020

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Giant Halloween party celebrates the spooky holiday with haunted mazes, a cemetery-themed dance floor, and a costume contest

$23.30 $10

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The Resurrection at The Colony Hollywood on October 30 at 9 p.m. (Up to 46% Off)

The Resurrection

The Colony

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Massive Halloween party with spooky decor, costumes, two rooms of music, and beats spun by DJ Mike Danger

$16.82 $9

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As Karie Bible strides across Hollywood Forever Cemetery, the hem of her mourning gown absorbs dew from the gravesites of Douglas Fairbanks and Jayne Mansfield. She tours the cemetery for a living, leading groups to crypts and monuments that mark the remains of deceased celebrities. Whether recounting the legacy of actress Marion Davies or kneeling at the spike of grass that marks Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer's final resting place, she immerses tour-goers in Hollywood history. Each tour lasts about two hours and sheds light on cherished stars, as well as lesser-known entertainers and community members.

6000 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Home to two stages and an art gallery, the Edgemar Center for the Arts more than meets the needs of the local visual and performing arts communities. The center places an emphasis on collaboration, uniting creative minds of all ages and persuasions both in the classroom and on stage. Hosting musical performances, question-and-answer sessions with Hollywood actors, and theatrical productions old and just sprouted, the space has attracted the likes of Don Cheadle, Christian Slater, Malcolm McDowell, and Jason Alexander.

2437 Main St
Santa Monica,
CA
US

“We like to drink wine. Not so much sniff it, stare at it, swirl it, or try to describe it with funny words.” Let that quote from the owners be proof that you won’t find an ounce of pretension at Bodega. In the living-room-inspired lounge, patrons order wine by the glass and share small plates.

814 Broadway
Santa Monica,
CA
US

Largely known for their frequent live music, Harvelle's low-lit interior is an intimate setting for enjoying drinks, gourmet food, and live entertainment, six days a week. Huddled over candle-lit tables, couples can enjoy craft cocktails from the bar or edibles from the kitchen such as the brandy pulled-pork and brie sandwich with caramelized onions or the roasted tomato and garlic flatbread.

1432 4th St
Santa Monica,
CA
US

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14515 Ventura Blvd
Sherman Oaks,
CA
US

Saban Theatre has been entertaining audiences since 1930, when it was one of old Hollywood's premiere film palaces. The art deco theatre, then named the Fox Wilshire, attracted its fair share of cinema legends. In 1953, the stars of Hollywood turned out for the premiere of Marilyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall's film, ¬How to Marry a Millionaire. Walt Disney arrived at the theater later that year to exhibit the fist widescreen Donald Duck cartoon, which required subtitles for non-avian audience members.

In 1981, the theater's owners chose to shift from film to live performance. They renovated the building, converted the auditorium into a stage venue, and changed the name to Saban Theatre. Since then, the venue has hosted performances from the likes of Richard Pryor, Billy Crystal, and Sting. Even with its modern headliners, the theater still echoes Tinsel Town's Golden Age with its ornate plasterwork and grand sculptures.

8440 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills,
CA
US