Los Angeles rockers Local Natives are bringing live music back to California with a performance at the re-opening of The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on August 14. This performance will mark the first live show at the stunning outdoor Greek Theatre since the pandemic. After having to cancel last year’s show scheduled for May 20, 2020, with British indie rockers Foals due to the pandemic, Local Natives are ready to take the stage again with fellow Los Angeles locals Cherry Glazerr.
In October 2020, Local Natives released a new EP Sour Lemon, a “true culmination of the band’s signature sound and elevated harmonies that have rooted themselves and grown in the California sun.” The four-track EP features songs that were written between tours, including “Lemon” with a guest feature from Sharon Van Etten. The band consists of Taylor Rice (vocals, guitar), Kelcey Ayer (vocals, keyboards, guitar), Ryan Hahn (guitar, backing vocals), Matt Frazier (drums) and Nik Ewing (bass). Their 2009 debut album, Gorilla Manor made a splash in the indie scene, and they continued the momentum with their sophomore album, Hummingbird.
There’s nothing quite like the indie, soulful and catchy songs Local Natives produce. The incredible songwriting, vocals and harmonies can perk the ears of any indie fan. Grab your tickets and celebrate the return of live music at The Greek Theatre!
Location: The Greek Theatre
Address: 2700 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Photo Credit: Sharon Algana