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Saturday, September 20

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Monday, September 22

Drake vs Lil Wayne

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA 90068

7:00pm

There’s no bitter rivalry or beef between Drake, one of the hottest rappers du jour, and Lil Wayne, the elder statesman and mogul who signed him to his Young Money label five years ago, but don’t get it twisted: This show is actually a battle of sorts. With no headliner on the bill, the two rappers have been interspersing alternating solo sections with good-natured verbal sparring at the shows. The tour has a companion app that fans can download to score each battle and a winner will be crowned at the end of the show. Boston went to Weezy and Drake took NYC. 

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Friday, September 26

Trey Anastasio with the Los Angeles Philharmonic

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA 90068

7:30pm

Trey Anastasio's music transcends the walls of traditional rock -- whether he's leading the band Phish with his unique vocals or composing original licks on his Martin guitar, Anastasio proves his virtuosity as an extremely well-rounded musician. Although he's played alongside a diverse group of acts ranging from Dave Matthews to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Anastasio always returns to his roots as a guitarist and composer, captivating audiences with his grand use of arpeggios and improvisation at his live shows. Hitting the road with a number of different bands, Anastasio will treat fans to hit-filled sets on his highly anticipated summer tour dates. 

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Sunday, September 28

Pixies

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA 90068

7:00pm

With hundreds of mind-blowing shows under their belts going back to the '80s, Pixies remain an unstoppable force of alt rock. From Black Francis' shrieking vocals to Joey Santiago's angular ferocity on the guitar, the sonic greatness of their performances have made the chance to see them live one of indie rock's holiest grails. With Indie Cindy — the band's first new full-length since 1991 — hitting shelves in early 2014, Pixies are set to tour and take the world by storm, yet again. With hundreds of mind-blowing shows under their belts going back to the '80s, Pixies remain an unstoppable force of alt rock. From Black Francis' shrieking vocals to Joey Santiago's angular ferocity on the guitar, the sonic greatness of their performances have made the chance to see them live one of indie rock's holiest grails. With Indie Cindy — the band's first new full-length since 1991 — hitting shelves in early 2014, Pixies are set to tour and take the world by storm, yet again. 

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