Entertainment lies beyond front door

by Michelle Thornton
Managing Editor

Tired of the same ol’ places and the same ol’ boring things to do? Try some of these exciting places and interesting bands.

Save Ferris is playing at the Glass House in Pomona on Halloween night. Tickets are on sale now and are $13.50. Also playing at the Glass House is MXPX on Nov. 17. Tickets are on sale now and $13.50 as well.

Edison International Field in Anaheim is hosting the Pace Supercross on Jan. 8 and 15, 2000 Day. Tickets are between $25 and $40.

The Troubadour features Southern Culture on the Skids Oct. 27 and 28. Tickets are on sale now and are priced at $12.

Blink 182 is playing at the Cox Arena in San Diego on Oct. 30. Tickets are $16 and are on sale now.

Kid Rock will be rocking the Hollywood Palladium on Nov. 27. Tickets are $25 and go on sale Sept. 25.

L7 is playing on Halloween at the Palace Theatre in Hollywood. Tickets go on sale on Saturday, Sept. 25. and are only $5.

The Whisky is featuring Hed Pe on the Oct. 28. Tickets are going on sale on Saturday, Oct. 28 and are $12.50

Ticket prices for the Kids in the Hall are between $20.50 and $42.50. Chris Cornell tickets are $22.50. Tickets for both shows will go on sale Saturday, Sept. 25.

On December 12, Jamie Foxx will be performing at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium. Tickets are $26.50 and also go on sale on Sept. 25.

Most show tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations.

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