By at 12:20 PM Friday, March 1st 2013

 

Dave Grohl’s Sound City Players Set To Shut Down Hollywood Boulevard

Sound City Players, Music

 

sound city players kimmelBad news for those who live in the Hollywood area. Dave Grohl and his Sound City Players are going to seriously fuck up your commute next week.

Having already rocked Letterman, the all-star ensemble will team with the fine folks at Jimmy Kimmel Live to shut down Hollywood Blvd between Highland and Orange on the evening of March 5th. For those outside the greater Los Angeles area, this is the same block that features the Chinese Theatre and where the Academy Awards were held this past weekend. For those hundreds of thousands of individuals who live in the area, it’s true that it will take you an extra 90 minutes to get home in order to celebrate a now defunct studio located in the armpit known as the San Fernando Valley.

According to our friends over at Hidden Track, producers expect 10,000 fans to attend this performance. For your chance at tickets to obtain free tickets for this live television recording, head over to 1iota.

While on the topic of Dave Grohl, check out our list of his best drum performances.

 
 

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