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Happy Wednesday, LAists. There is much to hear and see tonight, so check below for information on what's happening in the city.

Tonight, KXLU presents Her Space Holiday at the Troubadour. Also performing are Daedelus, Octavius and Thavius Beck. Tickets are $12.00 and doors open at 8:30 PM.

At 7:30 PM, see college-rock icons R.E.M. at The Greek Theatre with special guests Five Eight. Tickets are $55.00 and $75.00.

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Tonight is also the beginning of the Resfest2004 Global Tour at the Egyptian Theater, featuring five days of film shorts, music videos, studio tours, a Jonathan Glazer retrospective, and "Bushwhacked," plus parties, DJs and drinks. The tour runs through Sunday; click here for schedules and details.

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