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Last week we sent a lovely lady a pair of tickets for the Vegoose concert; today we're gonna bro someone with ducats to the First Annual LA Weekly Detour Fest.

Saturday, October 7th on Main and 1st in Downtown LA, locals will rock out to Beck, Queens of the Stone Age, and Basement Jaxx, with additional performances by Peeping Tom, Redd Kross, Blackalicious, Blonde Redhead, !!!, The Like, The Elected, OH NO! OH MY!, The Blood Arm, Everybody Else, The Howling Bells, Wired All Wrong. They'll also dance to DJ sets by VHS or Beta, Steve Aoki, Shepard Fairey, and Travis Keller.

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