Elvis Crespo live at The Conga Room

Discover the Best Live Latin Music in Los Angeles

10/09/2018

Discover Los Angeles

Given the diversity of our city, looking for venues where Latin music in the wider sense is offered means looking at nearly every general venue in the city, especially for acts that bring in massive audiences. These days you won’t find Mexican norteño supergroup Los Tigres del Norte at a Latin-only club—they recently headlined the Hollywood Bowl. Likewise, Rock en Español stars Café Tacvba play classic rock mecca the Troubadour; '60s nostalgia packages headlined by Argentine-Mexican crooner Leo Dan pack the Dolby Theatre in the heart of Hollywood; DTLA’s Microsoft Theater books any big-ticket Latin act from romantico singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona to the Reggaeton Kings; and pop reggaeton sensations like Ozuna can commandeer The Forum in Inglewood. Brazilian acts of all types also constantly play the mainstream venues.

So besides the venues below, if you’re looking for “live Latin music in Los Angeles” you should really check the calendars of every major L.A. music spot. After all, Latin music is Los Angeles music (and vice versa).

Daniel Henney at Universal Studios Hollywood

Discover L.A. with Daniel Henney

09/26/2018

Take a ride through Los Angeles with Daniel Henney, the Korean-American actor known for his roles in Criminal Minds,  Big Hero 6, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Seducing Mr. Perfect

"Life Cycle" by Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei in L.A.

09/12/2018

Liz Ohanesian

This fall, acclaimed Chinese artist Ai Weiwei will have three concurrent exhibitions in Los Angeles: at Marciano Art Foundation, Jeffrey Deitch's new gallery in Hollywood, and UTA Artist Space, which was designed by Ai himself.

Retail at San Pedro Public Market rendering by Rapt Studio

The LA Waterfront: Development Projects for a New Frontier

08/26/2018

Karen Young

The 400-acre LA Waterfront will undergo massive redevelopment over the next several years. Stretching from San Pedro to the community of Wilmington, the plans merge a new marketplace with the fields of technology and science, integrating the area’s rich history with an eye towards the future.

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