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Tonight in Rock in LA - Willie, Bright Eyes, Ziggy
Willie Nelson, Glen Campbell @ Autry National Center
Bright Eyes with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Yo La Tengo, M. Ward @ Hollywood Bowl
India.Arie, Ziggy Marley, Ottmar Liebert @ The Greek
LA Riots, Toxic Avenger, Juiceboxxx @ Echoplex
Low, Charlie Parr @ The Troubadour
The Blasters, Charlie & the Valentine Killers @ Malibu Inn
Zigzag Wanderers, Smash Fashion, Backbiter, Motorcycle Black Madonnas @ Mr. T's Bowl
AM, Dirt Dress, Maria, The Sundelles @ The Smell
The Good Listeners, Quincy Coleman, Miranda Lee Richards, The High Society @ The Bordello
Billy Vera and the Beaters @ Cozy's
Vonda Shepherd With Sheena Easton @ Cerritos Center
Nudist Priest @ The Echo
Jimmy Buffett @ Irvine Meadows
Chemical Brothers, Paul Van Dyk, others @ Nocturnal
The Black Angels, Foreign Born, Snowden, Illinois @ Swerve
The Faint, Mickey Avalon, Spank Rock, Kid Sister, Shit Disco, Steve Aoki, more @ Neighborhood Festival
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It's set to open by mid-to-late February.
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