Amoeba Hollywood regularly sells tickets to local shows, with the added bonus of charging low service fees (if you're into saving money and who isn't really?).
All tickets can be purchased at the registers (while supplies last) for a $2 service fee. We take cash and credit cards for all ticket sales. Store credit and coupons cannot be applied to ticket sales. Limit 4 tickets per person.
Please note that on the day of the show, we will stop selling tickets for that show at 5pm.
If you have a question about whether we've sold out of a specific show, please call the store at 323-245-6400.
JUST ADDED SHOWS:
Here is a full list of tickets we currently have for sale at Amoeba Hollywood:
|Show Name||Venue||Show Date||
(fee not included)
|Brand X||El Rey||12/19/2013||$17.00|
|Sharon Corr||El Rey||02/26/2014||$37.00|
|Crystal Method||El Rey||01/16/2014||$25.00|
|Dale Earnhart Jr. Jr.||El Rey||02/28/2014||$20.00|
|Robert DeLong||El Rey||01/31/2014||$17.00|
(Show postponed to Feb 7, 2014.
All tix for 11/15 will be honored.)
|The Dismemberment Plan||Fonda Theatre||12/12/2013||$27.50|
|Dillon Francis||Fonda Theatre||12/27 & 12/28||$27.50|
|High on Fire & Kvelertak||El Rey||12/12/2013||$20.00|
|Jagwar Ma||El Rey||12/13/2013||$17.00|
|John Butler Trio||Fonda Theatre||02/21/2014||$35.00|
|Paul Kalkbrenner||Fonda Theatre||12/13/2013||$25.00|
|King Krule (SOLD OUT)||Fonda Theatre||12/18/2013||$22.50|
|London Grammar||El Rey||03/25/2014||$22.00|
|Lord Huron||Fonda Theatre||03/01/2014||$22.50|
|Lucent Dossier||Fonda Theatre||12/21/2013||$30.00|
|Mad Caddies||El Rey||02/04/2014||$17.00|
The Maine & Anberlin
(Show postponed from 10/8 to 12/11.
All tix for 10/8 show will be honored.)
|Colin Meloy||Fonda Theatre||01/16/2014||$28.50|
|John Newman||El Rey||01/15/2014||$17.00|
|Parquet Courts & White Fence||Fonda Theatre||01/17/2014||$17.50|
|Skinny Puppy||The Mayan||03/05/2014||$35.00|
|St. Lucia||El Rey||02/11/204||$18.50|
|Dave Stewart||El Rey||01/30/2014||$25.00|
|Suicidal Tendencies||Fonda Theatre||12/20/2013||$32.50|
|El Ten Eleven||El Rey||12/14/2013||$17.00|
(Show postponed from 12/9 to 3/3.
All tix for 12/9 show will be honored.)
|Trombone Shorty||El Rey||01/25/2014||$27.50|
|Volcano Choir||Fonda Theatre||01/18/2014||$26.00|
|Washed Out||El Rey||01/27/2014||$29.00|
From humble punk beginnings to global festival headliner, Moby is easily one of the most recognizable faces in electronic music. In addition to being a platinum selling artist/producer, Moby is also a seasoned photographer and a multi-instrumentalist. He's an advocate for animal rights and a devout vegan. The guy is one cool dude.
Moby is back with his eleventh studio album, Innocents (Mute). Following a move from New York to Los Angeles, he recorded most of the instrumentation himself. He also collaborated with a list of relatively known singers including Mark Lanegan, Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, Cold Specks, Skylar Grey, and Damien Jurado. The result is a multi-layered production of both deep emotion and huge sonics.
The album will be promoted by a three date tour in Los Angeles. Yes, just 3 live shows will make up all the touring for Innocents. Oct 2, 3 and 4 will see Moby perfoming three hour sets at the Henry Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles. Each show will be performed in two parts with the first half featuring songs from the new album and the second half being a "greatest hits" set.
Amoeba returns to one of the biggest and best record swap meets in the LA area, the Pasadena City College Flea Market and Record Swap, on Sunday, October 6, 2013. With over 500 vendors, the Flea Market features antiques and collectibles, records, tools, clothes, toys and much more, not to mention food and good company. And admission is always free!
The Flea Market and Record Swap is from 7am-3pm. Look for the Amoeba booth located in the Bonnie St. parking structure (Lot 5) on the third level. We always have a great selection of vinyl, from dollar records to collectibles in every genre. Come out and enjoy your Sunday with us!
The LA Weekly calls the show "the best source for used records in all of Southern California."
More info HERE.
Los Angeles has sure changed.
Some have been welcomed changes and others are hard to get used to. I’m constantly reminded this when I deejay in spots in Echo Park, Hollywood or Highland Park. Those parts of town were once considered the scourges of the city. It was riddled with gangs, drugs, homelessness, crime, earthquake damage and rows of buildings for lease. Ten years later, it’s now it’s a playground for the dull and ordinary. The argument of hipsters no longer applies here, because there is nothing hip about the people that play here. At best, they are in college; at worst they are former frat boys who have come to roost now that the area is safe.
When I used to tour for a living, the best thing about coming home to Los Angeles was getting away from the countless generic college towns that most of the venues were located. Much like the Wilson Pickett song “Funky Broadway” , where every town has a "Broadway and a Broadway women", the college town had the same restaurants, coffee houses, record stores, frat bar, alternative bar and everyone looks the same. Ethnicity as a whole was slim to none, as people of color were always relegated to the “other” parts of town. Being Chicano, I always felt I was in the wrong part of town when as well.. Places with diversity, such as Chicago and New York, were always welcomed stops on the road because I felt I could take a breather from the generic college town. I was never one to wonder why Los Angeles couldn’t be like Austin, Olympia or Chapel Hill. I liked Los Angeles the way it was. It was spread out, not connected by trains so you can play tourist in someone’s barrio. It was damaged and a place for the strong to thrive and the weak to avoid. It short, it was great.