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Music Coming Back To The Once Vault 350 In Long Beach

350 Pine Avenue has has certainly seen it's share of ups and downs over the past decade or so. We have seen the good times when original owner Mitchell Stewart created a large scale music venue out of... READ MORE

The Federal Underground

As you enter the Federal Bar a dark and sign-less door to your right will lead you down to the Federal Underground. As you come down red carpeted stairs you get a great overview of the main room with... READ MORE

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Dengue Fever Opens New Federal Underground Venue With A Bang

Friday, January 17th marked the opening night of the Federal Underground music venue run by the Knitting Factory. Located in the basement of The Federal Bar on Pine Avenue in Downtown Long Beach, the... READ MORE

The Vault 350 Is Alive! But Not Kicking Just Yet

Since it's original opening in 2004, 350 Pine Avenue, or better known as The Vault 350, has certainly seen its share of ups and downs and 2014 will be no different. During The Vault's heyday I lived j... READ MORE

Pike Restaurant & Bar

The Pike Restaurant & Bar was opened by Social Distortion drummer Chris Reese and has quickly become a local favorite. The food is always good, the beer always cold, and the music always on. They... READ MORE

Seabird Jazz Lounge

The Sea Bird Jazz Lounge was formally known as the “Cotton Club”, a classy, intimate straight ahead and contemporary jazz lounge presenting a variety of live world class local and nationally known mus... READ MORE

Eldorado Bar & Grill

Newly acquired by the Nettmann brothers, Trevor and Jason, this institution in the Eldorado neighborhood of Long Beach has been in existence since 1957 and has been fondly named by the local residents... READ MORE

Cowboy Country

Cowboy Country is the "last true honky tonk in LA County featuring live country bands." They pretty much stick to country music and have a large stage and dance floor that is always packed when there... READ MORE

Fingerprints Records

In this day and age of digital first, there are not many bustling record stores left around, but Long Beach musical mecca Fingerprints Records is certainly a shining example of how cool music can be.... READ MORE

The Good Bar

The Good Bar (formerly The Bull Bar, now with new owners) sits along the Anaheim stretch and really seems to have hit the nail on the head with its "Long Beach" style complete with skatedeck wall. The... READ MORE

Fern’s Cocktails

Fern's is Long Beach diver bar at it's finest! With a whole lot of punk attitude and a killer jukebox, this little hole in the wall hosts live music sporadically on the weekends. The good news is it i... READ MORE

Clancy’s Irish Pub

Clancy's Irish Pub sits just on the edge of downtown Long Beach and while parking is pretty rough in this area they host some good live music on Saturdays and some Thursdays.

The Prospector

Haskell's Prospector is probably the last place you would think to look for great local music, with all its western decor and restaurant curb appeal, but a swath of great Long Beach talent call The Pr... READ MORE

Malainey’s Grill

Malainey's Grill was previously Malarkey's Grill and although they have done a name change it is pretty much the same place. They host live music on Friday & Saturday and the popular Blues Jam on... READ MORE

Gallaghers Pub & Grill

Gallagher's Pub is a local spot at its heart. You can find the place packed for dinner as well as their amazing happy hours. Live music consists of local bands on Friday & Saturday.

Shenanigans Irish Pub

Shenanigans is an Irish pub located inside Shoreline Village and they play host to live music Thursday through Sunday and while the entertainment is of a mixed variety you can find cover bands and Iri... READ MORE