Thrillcall is excited to bring even more giveaways to the LA area! Our newest partners include Third String Productions, Numbskull Productions, and Nederlander LA, adding to our extensive list of venue partners (far below).
Upcoming giveaways in LA:
9/4 – Ja Rule & Ashanti @ Observatory
9/6 – Y La Bamba @ Resident
9/9 – Mick Adams & the Stones @ Coach House
9/9 – Juliette Lewis @ Observatory
9/10 – Felix Cavaliere @ Coach House
9/12 – Delta Deep @ Coach House
9/14 – Bright Light Bright Light / FLAVIA / Madeline Spooner @ Satellite
9/15 – Cass McCombs @ Teragram Ballroom
9/15 – Entrance + Weyes Blood + Lael Neale @ Resident
9/20 – Khruangbin @ Teragram Ballroom
9/20 – Avi Buffalo + The Kickback @ Resident
9/22 – Mrs. Magician @ Resident
9/23 – Corbu @ Satellite
9/23 – Delta Rae @ Coach House
9/23 – Lord Dying, Black Fast, Child Bite @ White Oak Music & Art
9/23 – Nothing but Thieves @ Constellation Room
9/26 – Delta Rae @ Teragram Ballroom
9/27 – The Weeks / Cold Fronts @ Satellite
9/27 – Dick Stusso @ Resident
9/29 – Gringo Star / The Relationship @ Satellite
9/30 – Brant Bjork (Record Release Party) @ Satellite
9/30 – Eric Sardinas @ Coach House
10/4 – Okkervil River @ Teragram Ballroom
10/26 – Rachael Yamagata @ Teragram Ballroom
For over three decades, The Nederlanders have been prolific producers of theatrical productions with over 100 Broadway and touring productions to their credit. Beyond Broadway, Nederlander is acknowledged to be an innovator of the outdoor amphitheater concept as well as a presenter of thousands of concerts throughout the years featuring a wide array of world renown artists ranging from Adele, Jimmy Buffet, Florence & The Machine, Billy Joel, Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, The Police and U2 to international cultural attractions such as the Bolshoi Ballet, the Moiseyev Ballet, the D’Oyly-Carte Opera, the Georgian State Dance Company, Ballet Folklorico, and the Peking Opera, as well as national symphony concerts.
Third String Productions is a burgeoning promoter, organizing shows in California, Texas, Kansas, Arizona, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. They are dedicated to bringing locals the best bands to town before anyone else!
For 26 years and counting Numbskull has been promoting independent shows in the Golden State and beyond with the best (and sometimes worst) in punk rock, indie, hardcore, metal, ska, hip-hop, reggae, country, jazz, psycho, alternative, experimental, etc…blah blah blah. If you have made music of any counter-culture significance over the last three decades and performed in California, chances are you have graced the floor or stage of a Numbskull show. We promote artists of every level in every possible live formats from the accomplished arena rockstar to starving unknowns in vacant buildings. Our long-standing DIY operation continues to service the Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Santa Cruz Counties, as well as the East Bay, Fresno, Bakersfield and Antelope Valley scenes.
A legendary tastemaker for the eastside indie rock set, The Satellite embraces (and makes stars of) rising bands from across the world and down the block. Musicians, writers, artists and those who love them meet to mingle and take in everything from experimental noise ensembles to alt-rock stars to arena headliners playing covert sets. It’s also a staple of Silver Lake nightlife, with friendly bartenders, frequent drink specials, and a well-seasoned pool table.
The Yost is the oldest Theater in Orange County and is currently registered as a Historic Landmark. Built for the booming Vaudeville movement in 1912, The Yost was first named The Auditorium only to be renamed The Clunes that same year. It wasn’t until Ed Yost purchased the theater in 1919 that she acquired its current name. The Yost sets aside a significant percentage of profits from its operations to subsidize cultural and entrepreneurial based education programs for teens in Santa Ana. Upcoming giveaways at the Yost Theater include:
Hollywood Palladium is a theater located on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California. It was built in a Streamline Moderne, Art Deco style and includes an 11,200 square foot dance floor including a mezzanine and a floor level with room for up to 4,000 people. Los Angeles Times publisher Norman Chandler funded the construction of the art deco Hollywood Palladium at a cost of $1.6 million in 1940. It was built where the original Paramount lot once stood by film producer Maurice Cohen and is located between Argyle and El Centro avenues. The style dance hall was designed by Gordon Kaufmann, architect of the Greystone Mansion, the Los Angeles Times building and the Santa Anita Racetrack in Arcadia. He was also the architect for the Hoover Dam and early Caltechdorms.
The Observatory in Santa Ana calls itself the premier all ages venue in Orange County. It is one of the best known venues in the OC, frequently visited by patrons from all over the Los Angeles area. Going hand in hand, the Constellation Room is another great space for music. It is located inside the Observatory, with its own incredible lineup of acts separate from the main venue; see our upcoming giveaways for each venue below:
Saint Rocke is located in the heart of South Bay and was voted number one live music venue in the area. It is also the only live music venue in USA to be streaming video live in high-def. In its intimate and historic space, they pride themselves on delivering the unique. More than just live bands can be found playing at Saint Rocke; find more information on their website, and our upcoming giveaways below: