Travel Along Dead & Company's Final Tour: Los Angeles
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With its iconic concert venues, Los Angeles is an exciting city to see a big stadium show. But, no matter where they play, the Grateful Dead culture is an adventure on its own. Everything goes and everyones included. Have you always wanted to check out a show and worried this is your last chance? Well it very well might be. Highlighted as the FINAL TOUR, take advantage and go alone! Dead and Company is the ultimate solo travel trip. Once the band is in LA, it'll be hard to forget why you're there. See you at the Forum!
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Where to stay in Los Angeles
Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles At Beverly Hills
Classic California design paired with Four Seasons luxury boasting a chic cocktail lounge and a full-service spa.
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The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles
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Things to do in Los Angeles
Known as the City of Angels, LA can be overwhelming for some, but I think it’s important to
highlight that LA is made up of a bunch of little worlds. There is little Armenia, Koreatown, Chinatown, Thai Town, Little Ethiopia, Historic Filipinotown and more. The Hollywood hike is also fun to do, as much as locals consider it overrated, I think it’s worth it!
From Santa Monica, to Malibu down into the Valley, it is hard to find a fun bar/restaurant as you get ready for the shows. Even though this year they’re at the Kia Forum, the real ones know the magic of the Hollywood Bowl. Which if you’ve never been to, is absolutely a venue worth going to, even to see a random artist.
If you’re in West Hollywood, walk over to Dan Tana’s for a classic Italian Hollywood meal.
The Beverly Center Mall has great shopping and is right around the corner from Melrose and Fairfax. Known as the birthplace of LA streetwear, this area is a great place to walk around, especially if it’s your first time in LA.
Santa Monica is also a great area to spend time in.
Places to eat & drink in Los Angeles
Throughout this huge city, I recommend:
Motherwolf - If you can get a table!
Delilah - Definitely worth reserving and going for the classic LA vibes.
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