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Forecast: Rain Today. Not in November.
San Francisco: Check.
San Diego: Check.
Sacramento, Fresno, Bakersfield: check, check, check.
Los Angeles: _________
That's right folks, Guns N' Roses announced their West Coast tour dates and LA was not on it. Surf it down to San Diego or ride it up over the Grapevine because there is no jungle in this town of bogus palm trees.
But wait, wait, don't tell me! They are indeed playing nearby at KROQ's Inland Invasion in San Bernardino. Who wants to sit in all that heat waiting for GNR while listening to Papa Roach? At least Muse will even things out.
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