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Arts and Entertainment

Tonight in Rock: Mezzanine Owls, Jennie Rivera, The Airborne Toxic Event*

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Take note as Spaceland produces two great concerts tonight. One, a free concert downtown at Pershing Square featuring clean and well orchestrated story telling sounds of the Mezzanine Owls. It's the Spaceland On Ice series, so go skate and listen to music! At Spaceland itself, The Airborne Toxic Event is in residency this month starting tonight where they will place with the Henry Clay People, Natural Disasters and Frankie Palmer.

Getting a little more wordly, the diverse Chicano singer, Jenni Rivera, will do her popular pop and ranchera singing at House of Blues. In Santa Monica at Zanzibar is the weekly club, Afro Funke -- a night dedicated to African music, culture and art.

*Update: Mezzanine Owls is indeed canceled due to impending weather.

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