Porter Robinson consecrated his latest album, "Nurture," with an unforgettable experience among the cosmos.
Eric Prydz is planning to move back to Sweden.
The new COVID-19 mandate will go into effect on October 7th.
A YouTuber recorded and shared the full, mind-bending set in 4K resolution.
Kaskade pulled out all the stops during the dazzling live music experience, including a performance of "I Remember" with deadmau5.
All attendees, regardless of vaccination status, will now be required to wear face coverings in crowds of over 10,000 people.
"Please don’t come to my show Wednesday if you’re not vaccinated yet."
Madeon will return to the location of his first-ever LA show for an intimate performance.
Deorro, BlackGummy, Kendoll and more will join the Swedish dance music icon.
French house producer Shiba San will support the Grammy-nominated artist at Avant Gardner and the Greek Theatre.
A new wave of COVID-19 restrictions could be on the horizon as business owners prepare for the impact of the delta variant.
New RÜFÜS DU SOL music seems to be on the horizon.
The dubstep virtuoso is set to throw down at one of LA's most famed concert venues.
Considering the arena's capacity of 70,000, Kaskade's LA takeover has the potential to be the biggest headlining non-festival electronic concert of all-time.
The show will go down in August 2021 at Factory 93's DTLA home on Naud Street
TUKKER's performance comes days after the group's release of "Mon Cheri," a track generating proceeds for LGBTQ+ charities.
The venue will also designate separate seating sections for patrons based on their vaccination status.
Grammy-nominated electronic artist Jon Hopkins will also perform.
The show marks the first time a Deadbeats event has ever been held in the City of Angels.
This September, Kygo is aiming to deliver on a comeback show that he's had on his mind for quite some time.
The trio added a third headline date at Banc of California Stadium due to extremely high demand.
Flight Facilities will join the trio in November 2021 at Los Angeles’ Banc of California Stadium.
For the first time in 90 years, The Greek Theatre will hold no events.
The iconic club may not survive the COVID-19 pandemic.