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Coliseum Will Still Allow Raves, With a Few Conditions

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Last month the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission overturned the venue's temporary moratorium on holding raves, and yesterday the group voted in approval of restrictions for future events of that nature, according to an AP report published by KPCC. Now event organizers "must provide detailed security and operational plans at least two months in advance for commission review if they want to hold a rave party at the Coliseum or the neighboring Sports Arena."