Rested since his appearance in Super Bowl’s Halftime Show, Grammy-award winner Timberlake returns to Los Angeles and will perform at The Forum. One of the top-selling musicians in the world, Timberlake never lets us down.
U2 (May 15-16)
The Irish rock band which has sold over 170 million records, and won more Grammy’s than any artists, returns once again to the City of Angels. Bono, The Edge, Clayton and the gang will entertain at Inglewood’s Forum on May 15-16.
TAYLOR SWIFT and ED SHEERAN (May 18-19)
Swift brings her good friend Ed Sheeran to the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena in May. This is their kickoff location for a national tour, and attendees can expect an unforgettable show by two of music’s top entertainers.
P!NK (June 1)
With seven MTV Music Awards, 3 Grammy’s and an Emmy Award, Pink certainly deserves her place on our list. Pink will kick off the month of June with a concert at the Forum on June 1st.
MAROON 5 (June 4-5)
Los Angeles’ own rock band, which has sold over seventy million records, returns to Los Angeles with a spectacular two-day show in Inglewood.
KE$HA and MACKLEMORE (June 8)
One of this years most popular concerts is arguably the joint show with Kesha and Macklemore at the Forum in Inglewood. Their tour, entitled The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore, starts off in Phoenix on June 6th, and arrives in Inglewood two days later. The Los Angeles area is therefore number 2 of 30 shows to be held.
ANDREA BOCELLI (June 20)
Having sold over eighty million records, Italian musician Andrea Bocelli performs at the Hollywood Bowl.
ROD STEWART and CYNDI LAUPER (June 25)
Who can't forget “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”? Cyndi Lauper brings English rock artist Rod Stewart with her for a joint performance at the Hollywood Bowl.
TIM MCGRAW and FAITH HILL (July 21)
Country music superstars Tim McGraw brings his wife Faith Hill along for a concert at the STAPLES Center. Expect some of country music’s top entertainment along with some unmatched duets.
SHANIA TWAIN (August 3)
One of the world’s most-selling artists of all time, expectations are high for Shania Twain’s upcoming concert at the Staples Center. Having sold more than a hundred million records, Twain is the top-selling woman artist in the history of country music.