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NYE 2010: LA Riots at Louis at the Gansevoort South

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We've talked about DJ/production duo LA Riots plenty on this blog. And how can you blame us? It seems like they are in town every chance they get. Recently, they spun at Fort Lauderdale's Exit 66 only to return soon there after to take over the decks at LIV. Over exposure? Perhaps.

So why not come down one more time to ring in the New Year's? Well, if you can't get enough of them, Louis at the Gansevoort South Hotel is where you'll want to be. At $150 for general admission, count this as one of the more "affordable" NYE options. Keep in mind this does include open bar from 9 p.m. to midnight, so you'll be able to drown your sorrows of being $150 poorer with alcohol.

You might want to act fast too, at the time we posted this Wantickets.com said only 25 GA tickets were left. Next cheapest option? A table for four at $1,500.

But for $150, we truly hope both Daniel Ledisko and Joe Pegnato show up for the gig. LA Riots dirty little secret is usually only Daniel Ledisko shows up to gigs leaving us to wonder if we are getting a mild disturbance instead of an all-out riot.

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