The Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall held a G Eazy Concert on February 9th, 2016. This was my third time at this Venue and I was very pleased with my experience. I was able to have very close tickets and learn more about Los Angeles. The Shrine Expo is also the headquarters of the Al Malaikah Temple, a division of the Shriners. It was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 1975. In my own experience I saw the poverty-based area of Los Angeles just a few miles around the venue. I saw a lot of very skeptical stores and many homeless people outside the buildings. Once we got to closer to the venue, it looked nicer but I would still not consider it the safest location. The venue itself was smaller than I expected but I was able to stay very close to the front of the stage. If I did not have the spot I did, my experience would be very different as it is not the most desirable layout for the concert. If I were standing fifty feet behind my spot I would really struggle to the performers. The entire show was floor seats besides VIP, which had an overview from the top. I still really enjoyed going to a different venue and managed to be able to stand close to the stage every time I attended this venue. The venue is next to The University of Southern California. There were primarily college students in attendance. Every time I have been to this venue I have seen great performances. The stage can be easily utilized and the audience has a great view of the stage. I would highly recommend attending a concert at this venue.