Getting the Led out: Upcoming L.A. Shows

Photo courtesy of MSO
Photo courtesy of MSO

Summer time is fast approaching and southern California is never short on concerts and events you don’t want to miss. Here are a couple of events fast approaching that are definitely worth checking out.

Lost Highway Festival

Southern California’s largest motorcycle show will be taking place on Saturday, May 30th in San Bernardino at the San Manuel Amphitheater at 1pm. Lost Highway is a Motorcycle, Camping and Music festival that will be featuring live performances on multiple stages from artists including Toby Keith, Social Distortion, Eli Young Band, Reverend Horton Heat, Lucero, Lindi Ortega, and Rick Monroe. Lost Highway is a great experience for motorcycle riders and music fans alike.The festival will host a world-class motorcycle show and expo with top-tier builders and influencers in the motorcycle community.On-site camping check-in and a kick-off party for campers will begin on Friday, May 29 at Glen Helen Regional Park.

The show will feature music across multiple stages, a motorcycle show and expo showcasing old and new school bikes as well as top tier builders and accessories in the motorcycle world, freestyle Harley-Davidson riding demos and a freestyle Motocross show. two motorcycle rides will take place through the San Bernardino National Forest and various other activities on the festival grounds will provide thrills around every corner for attendees. Tickets are on sale through Ticketmaster; all the info is at and

Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience

An unforgettable night of rock n’ roll featuring the blues-rock of Led Zeppelin will return to Los Angeles at the Greek Theatre on Sunday, May 31, show starts 7:30pm.

Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience has been described by Classic Rock Revisited as “a band that recreates Led Zeppelin’s music to such a degree that one can’t help but close their eyes and simply listen” Jason Bonham celebrates the life and music of his father, the legendary Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham. The new show will encompass the band’s albums including their 1969 debut Led Zeppelin and Led Zeppelin II  (also released in 1969) and many more Led Zeppelin favorites from the canon including Led Zeppelin IV and Physical Graffiti  as well as hits and deep cuts In the cities where there are back-to-back nights, the show set lists will be completely different.