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Whether you're a touring musician or a fan of live music, trust your Southwest travel to State Van, and discover a rental experience that is music to your ears!

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This year, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' first American TV appearance on 'The Ed Sullivan Show'. On that day, music changed forever, and 50 years later, the Fab Four continue to inspire a love of music in people of all ages. In the Southwest, you can celebrate the joy of music at a number of venues, and with a van rental from State Van, you can reach them all in incredible style. Featuring options like a 12 passenger van rental that is perfect for groups trekking to the season's hottest concerts, or cargo van rentals for touring bands, State Van provides for any musically-inclined. Whether a 7, 8, 12 or 15 passenger van rental suits your needs, find it at State Van and prepare for a truly first-rate rental experience.

It may be a few thousand miles from Abbey Road, but Los Angeles is nonetheless the undisputed global headquarters of entertainment and media. As such, the city has always beckoned musicians and music aficionados alike searching for an opportunity to break into the industry or simply experience truly incredible concerts. Whether you're an aspiring artist or you're looking for a great time with great tunes, you can trust State Van to provide you with transportation to this year's most exciting music events.

This March alone, L.A. will see hugely popular acts like Lady Antebellum and John Legend coming to the Staples Center and Walt Disney Concert Hall, respectively, while the reliably wonderful Los Angeles Philharmonic will also be performing for classical music fans. These sort of events often provide a great opportunity to get together with groups of friends or large families, and by renting a 7, 8, 12 or 15 passenger from State Van, you can enjoy the trip together, and always in top-quality comfort and style.

For musicians and bands, booking a tour can be the culmination of years of hard work and dedication. However, when it comes to the logistics of touring, the process can quickly lead to severe headaches. Fortunately, musicians touring the Southwestern US in a cargo van rental from State Van can sidestep the hassles thanks to features like passenger side and dual rear swing-out van doors, and instead focus on the fun and artistry of their music. Perhaps just as importantly, the team at State Van works to ensure their rentals are affordable on any musician's budget.

About State Van
State Van's success comes in large part from our commitment to a single goal – to ensure each customer leaves happy and contented. They accomplish this by providing the best prices and the best service, and by specializing in vans – an area of vehicle rental that they've proven they can do better than any other rental company. Today, the relatively small, family owned company remains competitive with some of the biggest brands in the business by taking the extra step to take care of each customer's transportation needs with first rate service.

This spring, choose State Van for your rental needs, and you and the celebrated rental company will make beautiful music together! State Van can be contacted by dialing toll free at 888-315-6888, or online at www.statevan.com.  

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