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The Best 10 Concerts To Attend This Month In LA

Trick-or-treat yourself to some of the best live music LA has to offer.



Yup, the time is upon us. As summer draws to a close, we trade our daisy crowns for skeleton costumes in honor of the spookiest month of the year.


October's consistently a lively month for concerts, but if you're overwhelmed with choices, don't worry; we've got you.


We've compiled a little list of artists we're stoked to see go on tour in the City of Angels this month, and we made sure there's a little something for everybody. Without further ado, here are the 5 concerts we can't wait to see for October.


Jauz


Date & Venue - Oct 21st at Academy, LA

Genre - EDM (Bass house, chill trap, future garage and more)


This cheeky DJ has made waves since his equally bold "Off The Deep End" Tour in 2017 with his eclectic blend of EDM mixes.


An electronic festival mainstay at this point, he's performed at festivals like Electronic Daisy Carnival (EDC), Tomorrowland, and Ultra. Bringing his talents to the esteemed venue Academy, you'll want to catch his set if you're into a funky house that'll surely keep your energy high. Get tickets here.


Gus Dapperton


Date & Venue - Oct 3rd at The Bellwether, LA

Genre - Pop, Indie Pop


Since releasing his instant indie-pop classic "We're Just Snacking" in 2017, Gus Dapperton has gone from strength to strength.


After following his explosive debut with two stellar EPs in "Yellow and Such" and "You Think You're a Comic!" (which spawned another instant classic in "Prune, You Talk Funny"), Dapperton would again outdo himself with the now double platinum hit "Supalonely" with Benee. Fans of pop and indie pop will want to take advantage of this one.


Get tickets here.


BIA


Date & Venue - Oct 9th at the Belasco

Genre - Rap


Boston native BIA has been on an absolute tear since she exploded onto the scene with 2020's "For Certain" EP, which included the smash hit "Whole Lotta Money."


Combining a witty, biting lyrical style with swagger for days, Bia's electric stage presence and ability to turn the energy up to 10 with every performance has seen millions of fans flock to her concerts. She's having the time of her life, having fun with it, and taking her fans along for the ride.


Get tickets here.


Gaidaa


Date & Venue - Oct 14th at The Moroccan Lounge

Genre - R&B


Hailing from the city of Eindhoven in the Netherlands, R&B songstress Gaidaa first came onto the scene in 2018 on Full Crate's "A Storm On A Summers Day" before releasing her own debut EP "Overture" to immediate critical acclaim.


Proudly Sudanese Dutch, this talented musician crafts exquisite melodies that calm the mind and soothe the soul. If you're trying to be swept off your feet but want to dance simultaneously, this concert's for you.


Get tickets here,


Hannah Dasher


Date & Venue - Oct 22nd at The Echo

Genre - Country


Never one to mindlessly follow trends, Hannah Dasher has long danced to the beat of her own drum. With her iconic hair, larger-than-life personality, and ability to craft authentic, unfiltered country, she's captured the hearts of country music fans worldwide.


An engaging creative at heart whose country-music-infused cookies series "Stand By Your Pan" saw her TikTok following explode from 12,000 to over a million. Nashville's best-kept secret continues to impress. Fans of country music will want to take advantage of this one.


Get tickets here.

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