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This week's on-sales: Rage Against the Machine, Kesha, Stevie Nicks and others

Stevie A list of upcoming concerts across the Southland, with on-sale dates in parentheses.

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

L.A. Rising with Rage Against the Machine, July 30 (Fri.)

Gibson Amphitheatre

Alejandro Fernandez, Sept. 9; Gabriel Iglesias, Dec. 30; Cubafest with Willy Chirino and more; Fox Teen Choice Awards, Aug. 7; the Wiggles, Aug. 14 (Fri.); Kesha, Sept. 17 (Sat.)

Hollywood Palladium

Tiger Heat, May 26 (Thurs.)

The Wiltern

Stevie Nicks, May 26 (Fri.)

Greek Theatre

Los Lonely Boys with Los Lobos, July 29; Peter Frampton, July 30; Go-Go’s, Aug. 17 (Fri.); Idina Menzel, Oct. 22 (Sat.)

The Music Box

The Naked and Famous, Aug. 2 (now); Flogging Molly, June 6 (Sat.)

Nokia Theatre

American Idol Live Tour 2011, July 15; Roberto Tapia, July 16 (Fri.)

Club Nokia

Zoe, July 30; the Musical Box, Oct. 20 (Fri.); B’z, July 24 (Sat.)

Ford Amphitheatre

k.d. lang & the Siss Boom Bang, Aug. 16 (Sat.)

The Echo

Gangi, May 27; Sonny & the Sunsets, July 8; Omar Souleyman, July 12; Liturgy, July 23; Those Darlins, July 29; Cults, July 27; Roots Roadhouse with the Sadies, Aug. 14 (now)

Echoplex

The Silent Comedy, May 28

The Satellite

Asobi Seksu, May 28; the Belle Brigade, June 10; the Hundred in the Hands, June 17 (now); Booker T, June 16; the Get Up Kids, Aug. 13 (Thurs.)

Rabobank Arena

Santana, Sept. 27 (Sat.)

Citizens Business Bank Arena

American Idol Live Tour 2011, July 16 (Fri.)

Santa Barbara Bowl

My Morning Jacket, July 2 (Sat.)

City National Grove of Anaheim

Tim Minchin, July 2 (Fri.)

Photo by Cory Schwartz/Getty Images

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