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If you want to save some money on tickets, you can buy in-store at Amoeba Music in Hollywood for lower fees. You can also buy tickets at the Theatre at Ace Hotel box office from Thursday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., or at The Shrine Box Office on Thursdays from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. for lower fees.

Andrew W.K.

Andrew W.K. is still speaking motivationally on the “Power of Partying,” but his first album in nine years, “You’re Not Alone,” is him stitching together patches of punk, glam, rock opera and unbridled pop. The party king shows no signs of slowing or softening anytime soon, and returns to the Fonda for the first time in five years this fall.

  • September 5
  • Fonda Theatre


Rostam (previously of Vampire Weekend and Discovery, and collaborator with HAIM and Hamilton Leithauser) released his solo debut album, “Half-Light,” last September. His sold-out El Rey show made us want to bring him back soon, and now he’s bringing Bedouine with him.

  • September 14
  • Fonda Theatre

Saint Etienne

‘90s brit pop club culture kings + queen Saint Etienne return to the Fonda after releasing their ninth studio album, “Home Counties,” last summer. The 19 tracks were inspired by the band’s bittersweet relationship with the “eponymous shires” that they grew up with. Sarah Cracknell calls the record quite varied in styles and brings together a little something from all of Saint Etienne’s past albums while sounding completely new.

  • September 16
  • Fonda Theatre


R+R=Now is a jazz supergroup consisting of Robert Glasper, Christian Scott, Derrick Hodge, Justin Tyson, Taylor McFerrin and Terrace Martin. We have their first L.A. show at the Fonda Theatre on Monday, September 17.

  • September 17
  • Fonda Theatre

Jon Hopkins

English electronic composer, producer and remixer Jon Hopkins has released “Singularity,” his first album in five years since the Mercury-nominated “Immunity.” The Royal College of Music-trained pianist became fascinated with synths via Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys, and has opened for Coldplay, The xx, Royksopp, and Four Tet since touring with Imogen Heap. “Singularity” is said to be a product of deep autogenic training and transcendental meditation, capping a period of seeking in his life.

  • September 19
  • Fonda Theatre

Jonathan Wilson

Los Angeles local Jonathan Wilson is credited with revitalizing the Laurel Canyon music scene with the help of his many friends. As a record producer (Fivestar Studios), he has worked with Conor Oberst, Roy Harper, Glen Campbell, Father John Misty, Dawes, Chris Robinson, Will Oldham, Erykah Badu, Wilco, and many more. After playing with Roger Waters on the Us + Them tour, he will headline his own show at the Fonda Theatre in September. Check out his 2018 album, “Rare Birds.”

  • September 20
  • Fonda Theatre


Orono Noguchi was a high school student in Maine who bonded with a beloved indie band from the UK over a shared interest of internet memes, ultimately leading to her being adopted into the group and becoming their lead singer. Superorganism’s sound teeters between big-budget studio pop with a DIY approach and cheesy but moving lyrics. Check out “Everybody Wants To Be Famous” and “Something For Your M.I.N.D.”

  • September 22
  • Fonda Theatre

The Hunna

British indie rock band The Hunna met in college and learned to play guitar together before releasing their first big single “Bonfire” in 2015. They released their first album “100” the following year, and went on tour with Jimmy Eat World and The Struts before embarking on their own headlining tour this fall.

  • September 25
  • El Rey

Hercules & Love Affair

Andy Butler’s beloved dance music project “Hercules & Love Affair” has consisted of a rotating cast of performers and musicians since 2004, working within house music, disco, techno and nu-disco. Originally from NYC and now settled in Belgium, their fourth album “Omnion” was released last fall. This El Rey performance will be fully LIVE.

  • September 26
  • El Rey

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