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LA Coliseum Imposes Temporary Ban on Raves ~ Los Angeles

photos by RATHANDSOME via The Streets

Looks like ravers will have to go elsewhere with their candy jewelry and glowsticks.  After a 15-year old girl died of a suspected overdose at this past weekend's ELECTRIC DAISY CARNIVAL; the LA Coliseum imposed a temporary ban on raves while they investigate the situation.  Apparently the minimum age was 16.

Almost 185,000 people attended the two day fest.  More than 200 people were injured and 100 were taken to area hospitals.  In addition, the LAPD arrested 118 people on various offenses.

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