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Arts and Entertainment

Audioslave on Hollywood Boulevard

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If you're driving around Hollywood Boulevard over the next two days and traffic is even more annoying than usual, you have the Jimmy Kimmel Show and Audioslave to thank. The late night show and the band are throwing a free outdoor concert Wednesday evening. The concert is free and open to the public but you can get closer to the stage through 1iota tickets. You can get front row VIP passes if you pre-purchase Audioslave's new album at one of several local record retailers sometime before the show (although they've been running the promotion since last Thursday so the limited VIP tickets may already be gone).

Or you can spend your Wednesday evening in your car, bumper to bumper, cursing kids these days and their damn rock & roll music.