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About Los Angeles

The City of Angels offers an endless supply of entertainment options, from professional sports teams to performing arts venues. Whether you're looking for LA show tickets or soccer tickets in Los Angeles, you're sure to find something that suits your taste.

If you're considering concert tickets in Los Angeles, there are many venues to choose from. The Walt Disney Concert Hall is an architectural marvel and home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. For an outdoor concert, buy tickets for shows in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl. This venue hosts a variety of musical acts throughout the year.

For sports fans, the Staples Center is the place to be. This is the venue where the Clippers, Kings and Lakers play their games. If you're interested in Los Angeles baseball tickets, the Los Angeles Angels play at Angel Stadium during the MLB season while the Los Angeles Dodgers are across town at Dodger Stadium. Newly returned to the city are the Los Angeles Rams who will be sharing the USC Trojan’s stadium, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Soccer fans should swing by the LAFC Stadium while in town.

If you want to take in a Broadway show, Pantages Theatre hosts contemporary and classic musicals, from "Newsies" to "American in Paris." If you're an opera lover, get Los Angeles theater tickets at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, which offers excellent opera and ballet performances.

Are you looking for a laugh? Check out tickets to shows in Los Angeles for one of the area's comedy clubs like The Comedy Store, the Improv and The Laugh Factory.

Whatever kind of cheap tickets in Los Angeles you want, browse this site for great entertainment.

History of Los Angeles

Los Angeles was largely occupied by hunters and gatherers until the late 1700s when Spanish missionaries arrived. They dubbed the area El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles. The town came under U.S. rule after the Mexican-American War and was incorporated in 1850.

The population increased rapidly due to the Gold Rush and the arrival of the railroad. The birth of the movie industry in the early 20th century cemented the city's legacy. In 1913, Cecil B. de Mille shot the first Hollywood movie, Squaw Man. BY 1920, 80% of the world’s films were shot in California. In 1922, the first concerts were held at the Hollywood Bowl Amphitheater. The list of supremely historic arts and culture firsts goes on and on, and the entertainment factor of this bustling city continues to thrive to this day.

Did you know these facts about Los Angeles events?

  • The ArcLight, one of the most historic movie theaters in Los Angeles, is a great place to catch the latest releases.
  • If you're looking for tickets to shows in LA, consider Deaf West Theatre. This venue offers all plays and musicals performed using sign language.
  • The Staples Center, where you can use many Los Angeles event tickets, is the venue of many headlining acts from the Rolling Stones to Taylor Swift.

Things to do in Los Angeles

If you're in Los Angeles in January, catch the Tournament of Roses, the spectacular parade that precedes the Rose Bowl Game.

Major League Baseball begins in April. Head to the stadium to use your Los Angeles tickets and root for your team.

The LA County Fair takes place in September for some extra fun.

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