Entertainment Briefs

Concert Update

“Breathe,” a benefit concert for breast cancer put together by Stephen Jenkins of Third Eye Blind, is being relocated from the Greek Theatre to the Wiltern Theatre tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be exchanged at the Wiltern box office. Artists slated to perform are Nikka Costa, Crazy Town, Deftones, Jurassic 5, Julia Fordham, Lil’ Kim, Liz Phair, Remy Zero, Seal, Sugar Ray and Third Eye Blind. For more information on exchanges, call (213) 380-5005

Twilight Cruise

Race cars and hot rods alike unite at the Fairplex this Wednesday evening at the National Hot Rod Association Twilight Cruise. The event, which occurs every last Wednesday of the month, from March to November, is usually an “ocean of street rods,” according to an NHRA museum representative. The event lasts from 5-8 p.m. and parking is available at Gate 1B on McKinley Ave. Admission is free.


Three movies open in general release today, offering something for everyone: Kevin Spacey’s extraterrestrial drama, “K-PAX,” also stars Jeff Bridges; N’Sync’s first attempt at a major motion picture, “On the Line,” stars two of the pop group’s members, Lance Bass and Joey Fatone; finally, the horror genre is awakened once again in time for Halloween with “Thirteen Ghosts.”

— Tim Tevault

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