The Rolling Stones, notorious for doing pre-tour warm-up dates for small audiences, did it again Wednesday (5/20), delivering a 90 minute set for a delirious crowd of about 1,000 packed into the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. Code named Zip Code 90028, the free show required the purchase of a $5 ticket that was reimbursed by the band. Among the high-profile fans spotted at the show were musicians Steven Van Zandt, Ben Harper, Leonard Cohen and Dave Stewart. Hollywood types included Bruce Willis, Patricia Arquette and Jack Nicholson. U2 has also announced plans to do a concert at The Roxy.
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