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There are a few upcoming events that LAist wanted to announce so that all of our dear readers would have ample time to purchase tickets:
• A second night of DYI maven Ani DiFranco with Andrew Bird has been rescheduled on February 15. Originally slated for The Wiltern, the show has been moved and all tickets for the original second show will be honored at Avalon that night.
• Tickets to see the great mole—er, we mean Motorhead—at The Wiltern on April 1st go on sale this Saturday at 10 AM. Also appearing on the bill are Corrosion Of Conformity and Zeke.
• Tickets become available next week to see Cher on the final date of her farewell tour. The concert is scheduled for April 30th at the Hollywood Bowl, and ticket sales begin at 10 AM Monday.
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