ALT 987 features some of your favorite bands at our Penthouse, which has spectacular views of the Hollywood sign to the north and the heart of Hollywood to the south. Those lucky enough to attend are treated to an intimate live performance, great food, soda, beer, and wine, and appearances by your favorite ALT 987 on-air personalities.
Highlights at the Penthouse include performances by HAIM, Phoenix, The Neighbourhood, The 1975, Paramore, Vampire Weekend, Florence & The Machine, The Temper Trap, Foster The People, 30 Seconds to Mars, Mumford & Sons, My Chemical Romance, and Broken Bells, as well as breakfast with Weezer, Linkin Park's CD release party, and Old School Game Night with Jimmy Eat World.
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Last night GROUPLOVE stopped by the #ALT987Penthouse for an intimate performance, hours before they released their sophomore album, Spreading Rumors.
We'll have video of their set soon, but in the meantime, check out the pictures of their performance and Meet and Greet.
Here's a snippet of "Ways To Go."
The 1975 recently performed an intimate set at the #ALT987Penthouse on the rooftop of the Historic Hollywood Tower. They treated fans to an outstanding five song set that mesmerized and entertained the packed rooftop. Their self-titled debut album was finally released last week, and it's one of our favorites.
The Grammys were on hand to get video of the night. Check out the live versions of "Sex," "Girls," "Settle Down," "The City," and "Chocolate," from their #ALT987Penthouse session.
Enjoy The 1975:
The Neighbourhood came out to the #987Penthouse at the Historic Hollywood Tower to play a few songs from their debut album, I Love You. They kicked things off with one of the most requested songs on ALT 98.7, "Sweater Weather."
Before closing out the night and posing for pictures, The Neighbourhood played "Afraid," a cool song that was definitely a crowd favorite. The band and lead singer Jesse Rutherford were on point and delivered an incredible performance for all the fans in attendance.
Note: Explicit Lyrics
Phoenix recently stopped by the #ALT987Penthouse at the Historic Hollywood Tower on a sunny Sunday afternoon to play a few songs for lucky fans. The shows at the #987Penthouse are always intimate, but this was especially intimate as the band invited fans to surround them as they played a laid back set. It made for an excellent way to end the weekend.
It's great to see a band interact with fans, especially when they usually play huge shows and festivals. It was a rare opportunity for fans to really hear the band in an awesome picnic-like setting.
Watch as lead singer Thomas Mars casually and effortlessly sings, "Trying To Be Cool" and "1901" under the hot California Sun.
"Trying To Be Cool"
Phoenix will be playing at this year's iHeartRadio Music Festival. Win your way into the sold out festival HERE.
Last week, The Neighbourhood played at the #ALT987Penthouse at The Historic Hollywood Tower, and the guys put on quite a show. They played several songs, including "Afraid" and "Sweater Weather." They even played "Baby Came Home" after a fan in the audience made a request for it. The guys also posed for pictures, which you can see HERE, along with pictures from the performance.
We'll have video from the night soon, until then, here's a peek at "Sweater Weather:"