Although the calendar doesn’t flip over to autumn for a couple more weeks, we’re already in a fall state of mind, and one of the top things we’re looking forward to this season is the awesome line-up of concerts that are coming to LA. Below, five shows you definitely don’t want to miss.
When: September 14, 7 p.m. Where: The Staples Center
Seven-time Grammy winning country superstar Carrie Underwood is on the road again for the fall leg of her crowd-pleasing The Storyteller Tour—Stories in the Round. The American Idol season four winner will take the circular stage at the center of the arena to perform chart-topping hits from her latest album Storyteller, among others. The show’s in-the-round stage setup will deliver a unique 360-degree experience Underwood fans won’t want to miss. For tickets, click here. 1111 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, 213-742-7100
When: September 27, 8 p.m. Where: The GRAMMY Museum
Following the release of his sophomore album, Illuminate, Canadian singer/songwriter Shawn Mendes is giving his fans a chance to get up close and personal during a talk at the Clive Davis Theater at the GRAMMY Museum. The teen heartthrob will share on how he sky-rocketed to fame, his new album, and more. Mendes will give an intimate performance following the talk. For tickets, click here. 800 W. Olympic Blvd. A245, Los Angeles, 213-765-6800
Toronto-born rapper Drake, a.k.a. Champagne Papi, may have started from the bottom, but now he’ll be lighting up the stage at The Forum for his Summer Sixteen Tour. He’ll perform a jam-packed set list of all his best songs, including hits from his latest album Views. With killer visuals and pyrotechnics, plus co-headliner Future, it promises to be one hell of a show. For tickets, click here. 3900 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, 310-330-7300
Gwen Stefani fans rejoice: the beloved singer is on tour for the first time in nearly a decade with her This is What the Truth Feels Like Tour following the release of her new album of the same name. Expect the pop star to belt out her new hits like “Misery,” “Make Me Like You,” and “Used to Love You.” For tickets, click here. 3900 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, 310-330-7300
Kanye West is known for going all out and his new Saint Pablo Tour is no exception. Previous shows have featured West rapping from a platform floating over the audience. Experience Yeezy’s electrifying set of songs from his latest album, The Life of Pablo. And in true Kanye fashion, expect an inspiring open-ended monologue or two during the show. For tickets, click here. 3900 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, 310-330-7300