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Tonight in Rock in LA

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Look at that line-up, people. Accept that you live in the greatest city in the world for live music. We might not have a thousand venues, but how do you resist these options? LAist is going to see the Format, but only because we've already seen the Chilis a million times, and the Subs earlier this summer, and the Foos, and Talib, but never Steve Wynn, especially in a tiny place like that. Hmmmm...

The Format (pictured), Rainer Maria @ Avalon
Talib Kweli @ Roxy
Foo Fighters @ Pantages
The Submarines @ House of Blues
Melissa Etheridge @ The Greek
Wooly Mammoth @ The Smell
Shane Mack @ Viper Room
Steve Wynn & the Miracle Three @ Silverlake Lounge
Jean-Jacques Perrey @ Knitting Factory
Dead Girls Sink Ships, Massage Asylum @ Whisky
Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Mars Volta @ Forum
Grand Ol' Party, The Blakes, Pop Levi @ Echo

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