If you ask us, every month is a good month for shows at the Hollywood Palladium. But this March has some especially amazing acts hitting the historic stage. With Pavemint providing your parking at the Palladium, there’s no reason to miss these epic March concerts!
Canadian band Metric released their seventh studio album Art of Doubt last fall, steering the band away from their synth-pop history and toward a more alt-rock, guitar-heavy future. Metric frontwoman Emily Haines always leads the band from genre to genre gracefully with each album, but they all have one important thing in common: Danceability.
James Blake’s newest album, Assume Form, features guest performances from stars like André 3000, Travis Scott, Rosalía and LA dreamboat Moses Sumney. We have our fingers crossed that some of those guests will grace us with their presence at the concert, but even if it’s just Mr. Blake himself, it will definitely be something you won’t want to miss. Plus you’ll have parking at the Palladium with Pavemint!
Iconic 90s band Massive Attack reimagined and re-released their 1998 LP Mezzanine in February. The result of this labor of love is a rare and awe-inspiring tour. Each concert is accompanied by a film created by documentary filmmaker, Adam Curtis and Massive Attack’s Robert del Naja, which runs through the past 20 years of pop culture and world history since Mezzanine’s initial release in 1998. We love them for their simultaneously critical and hopeful point of view.
A Little Palladium History
The Palladium opened on Halloween in 1940 with a dance featuring Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, and the one and only Frank Sinatra, who was not yet the star he would soon become. Over the years, in addition to Ol’ Blue Eyes, the venue hosted cultural icons like President John F. Kennedy, Jimi Hendrix and the MC5. The music was always great, but parking at the Palladium has become much more difficult in recent years. That’s why Pavemint is here!