LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Beck opened the newly-completed Club Nokia with two sold out shows on November 9 & 10. The 2,300 capacity Club Nokia, AEG's newest addition to their $2.5 billion sports L.A. Live sports and entertainment complex.
The L.A. LIVE included two sold-out shows starring The Who at the adjacent 7,100-seat Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on November 8 & 9 which follows Carrie Underwood’s sold-out show at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on November 5. The Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Kings and Los Angeles Clippers each hosted two games in the 20,000-seat STAPLES Center across the street during this 5-day span.
The club, booked by AEG Live’s Goldenvoice, is expected to host 150 concerts, performances, comedy shows and other special events on an annual basis.
In the coming weeks, L.A. Live will see other venues opening as well, including the Jennifer Lopez/Jimmy Smits/Paul Rodriguez-owned Conga Room (relocating from its former mid-Wilshire location) and the GRAMMY Museum which will feature interactive, permanent and traveling exhibits with four floors multimedia presentations in addition to a 200-seat state-of-the-art GRAMMY Sound Stage and a rooftop terrace overlooking the city with its private auditorium.
On the calendar at Club Nokia for the rest of November:
November 12 Lupe Fiasco with Hey Champ
November 13 Taking Back Sunday with The (International) Noise Conspiracy and 3OH!3
November 15 Calle 13 with Kinky
November 16 The B-52s
November 18 Matisyahu with Flobots and Chester French
November 19 Usher
November 21 Sarah Silverman with Brian Posehn, Steve Agee, and Mark Cohen
– CelebrityAccess Staff Writers