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Indus Valley Civilization Invades California Plaza

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The lunch hour was disrupted this afternoon for much of downtown as members of Miles Davis' early-1970s afro-indo-street ensembles shook up California Plaza.

It's a serious bummer when the best of Grand Performances' summer series sets fall in the middle of the workday. But in this instance, there's a second opportunity to catch Indus Valley Civilization - if you can get downtown tonight for what's bound to be an inspiring evening of live music, beats, and performance.

Grand Performances at California Plaza. Troker, Dwight Trible, Kamau Daáood and Indus Valley Civilization, Friday 7pm.