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Tonight & This Weekend in Rock: Electric Daisy Carnival
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It's the last night of the 1st Annual Sunset Strip Music Festival and it's also a night for electronica(ish) insomniacs at the Electric Daisy Carnival. Then tomorrow, it's all about indie with 14 or so bands at Kickchella in Eagle Rock.
Saturday, June 28, 2008
Louis XIV @ Viper Room
Mickey Avalon @ Key Club
The Mutts @ Genghis Cohen
Cheap Trick @ Hollywood Bowl
Electric Daisy Carnival @ Downtown
The 88, Satisfaction, Derby @ The Roxy
Fleet Foxes, Frankie Fairfield @ The Echo
Panther, Plants and Animals @ Spaceland
Ani Difranco @ House of Blues (Anaheim)
311 and Snoop Dogg @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
We Rock Techno (Electric Daisy Afterparty) @ A Warehouse
Sunday, June 29, 2008
Willoughby, Graves @ Tangier
Meshell Ndegeocello @ Key Club
Kickchella 2008 @ All-Star Lanes
Preservation Hall Jazz Band @ Warner Park
The Watson Twins @ Fingerprints (Long Beach)
Fleet Foxes, The Dutchess & The Duke @ Spaceland
Gilberto Gil, Devendra Banhart, The Album Leaf, Mike Heron @ Hollywood Bowl
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