Summer is upon us as the weather in Southern California has become unbearable, even for our standards. As you’re cooling out in this hot weather why not go see a concert to keep your mind off this weather? There are numerous concert venues throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. it gets overwhelming to choose what concert to go to! Well here are the lists of the concerts that I would attend if I had the opportunity.
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The Decemberist at The Greek Theatre (July 31st)
Is there any more atmospheric soundtrack for a summer concert under the stars than The Decemberists? Their expressive, bookish pop songs draw in elements of 1960s folk and early college radio rock and add poetic, evocative lyrics for a gorgeous live music experience. Add in the lovely summer weather and the open-air splendor of the Greek Theatre and you’ve got yourself a pretty amazing evening out. Grab your favorite drink and something to eat from concessions and the pleasure is complete!
Foreigner at FivePoint Ampitheatre (August 1st)
Do you want to know what love is? Foreigner can help you with that. Led by original band member, vocalist and lead guitarist Mick Jones — who penned that famed power ballad — these mainstays of radio rock continue to play to sold-out houses, having racked up record sales of more than 75 million over the years. Their self-titled 1977 debut disk spawned monster smashes still heard round the world today: “Feels Like the First Time,” “Cold as Ice” and “Long, Long Way From Home.” They followed that up with nine more multi-platinum albums and Top 30 tunes like “Juke Box Hero,” “Urgent,” “Head Games,” “Say You Will” and more. See them live in concert this summer at Orange County’s FivePoint Amphitheatre, where they’ll be joined by fellow British-led groups Whitesnake (“Here I Go Again”) and Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening.
Between his role as a General Hospital heartthrob and his string of Top 10 pop-rock hits, Rick Springfield totally ruled the ’80s, locking in his cultural legacy with the No. 1 mega-smash “Jessie’s Girl.” The Grammy-winning star followed that up with totally tubular tunes like “Don’t Talk to Strangers,” “Affair of the Heart” and “Love Somebody,” and most recently, he’s delved into the blues with his latest disc, The Snake King. Joining him for this blockbuster concert at the Pacific Amphitheatre are rad hitmakers Loverboy, famed for their trademark red leather pants, bandannas, big rock sound and high-energy live shows, plus smash singles like “Working for the Weekend” and “Hot Girls in Love.” Also on the jam-packed bill are Greg Kihn, best known for “Jeopardy,” the pop hit and video from his 1983 album Kihnspiracy, and San Francisco-based power pop band Tommy Tutone (“867-5309/Jenny”). Plus, your tickets include same-day admission to the OC Fair, with all the great food and fun it has to offer.