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Tonight In Rock: Eagle Rock Music Festival, Ladyhawke, Elvis Perkins In Dearland, You Me & Iowa

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No Age will be playing tonight at the Eagle Rock Music Festival | Photo by Joshua Pressman for LAist
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Our Pick: Eagle Rock Music Festival 2009 w/ No Age, The Happy Hollows, Peanut Butter Wolf, Nico Stai, The French Semester, Amateurs, Dusty Rhodes and the River Band, Blank Blue, Pocahaunted, Bobb Bruno, The Gaslamp Killer, Julia Holter, Jail Weddings, Free Moral Agents, Fol Chen (Canceled!), Leslie and the Badgers, Faraway Places, DJ Nobody, Sa Ra Creative Partners (DJ Set), Free the Robots, Underground Railroad to Candyland and many more @ Colorado Blvd. between Eagle Rock Blvd. and Argus St. (FREE!)

Tonight New Zealand-bred electro pop singer-songwriter Ladyhawke is poised to grace the Avalon with Seattle's own electro pop sensation Natalie Portman's Shaved Head. NY/LA-based folk troubadours Elvis Perkins in Dearland (LAist Interview) are poised to headline the Troubadour with North Dakota-based singer-songwriter Tom Brosseau and Echo Park-bred folk pop act Correatown in tow. And, lastly, local indie rockers You Me & Iowa will be gracing Spaceland with Radars to the Sky. But we strongly suggest heading over to Eagle Rock to catch forty some-odd—including No Age (LAist Review, #2), The Happy Hollows, Peanut Butter Wolf, Nico Stai, The French Semester, Amateurs, Dusty Rhodes and the River Band, Blank Blue, Pocahaunted, Bobb Bruno, The Gaslamp Killer, Julia Holter, Jail Weddings, Free Moral Agents, Fol Chen (Canceled!) and Leslie and the Badgers, among many, many others. Head on over to the Verdugo Bar in neighboring Glassell Park for one of many promising after-parties!

You can find these listings as well as the rest of the week's in our weekly Week In Rock post, which goes up every Sunday.

No Age - "Losing Feeling"