Los Angeles Summer Things to Do

Los Angeles Summer Things to Do, Including the Areas of Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica ________________ In just about a week when we hit the U.S. holiday of Memorial Day, summer officially starts in the minds of many.  Temperatures will start to rise, and everyone will seek the comfort of pools, dips in the ocean, outdoor restaurants with a cross-breeze, and air-conditioning. Summer temps in Los Angeles usually hover around the 80’s or 90’s, but we typically get short term heatwaves in July, August and September that could hit about 105F (41C).  At least it’s normally a dry heat with very low humidity, unlike places such as Hawaii, Florida or New York, where you can dry off from a 

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Live Music and Concerts in Los Angeles

Live music and concerts in Los Angeles and surrounding communities are a smorgasbord of choices.  World-famous venues like the Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theatre, Pantages, The Palladium, The Forum, and dozens of others are within a very small radius.  In fact, just on the Sunset Strip alone in West Hollywood, one can walk a short 2 short blocks and enjoy legendary venues like The Viper Room, The Whisky A Go-Go, The Rainbow Bar and Grill, and The Roxy.  A few blocks down, you also have The Troubadour, made famous by superstars like Elton John and James Taylor. One of the most anticipated upcoming concerts is U2 at The Rose Bowl in Pasadena for their Joshua Tree Tour 2017, May 20th 

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Summer L.A. Venues–Hollywood Bowl, Greek Theater, and Ford Theatre

Summer is almost here and it’s the perfect time to start looking for and booking a concert at one of our many spectacular outdoor venues in Los Angeles. See the biggest performers, stage performances and the L.A. Phil on stages such as the Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theatre, and The John Anson Ford Theatre.  You’re sure to find your favorites, but if history plays a part in your decision, here’s a little bit of that as well… From the Hollywood Bowl website: Hollywood was a small town of only about 5,000 people in 1910. By 1920 the growth of the movie industry had turned the community into a boom town, with a population close to 50,000 and an identity all 

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Griffith Park and Observatory in Los Angeles

At over 4200 acres, Griffith Park in Los Angeles is the largest municipal park with urban wilderness in the United States.  It also happens to be one of the most visited destinations for travelers to the Los Angeles area. Within the park, a visitor can enjoy the numerous hiking trails as well as the following attractions: Autry National Center: The Autry’s collection of more than 500,000 pieces of art and artifacts includes the Southwest Museum of the American Indian Collection, one of the largest and most significant in the United States. Greek Theatre: Los Angeles’ premiere outdoor theatre, is nestled in the picturesque tree-enclosed setting of Griffith Park. This award-winning theatre is one of Los Angeles’ most historic entertainment venues and has 

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