that would be pretty darn gorgeous. I was once in that area around that time of year and I'm still amazed.
And music too!
Desert Rocks, Moab, UT Memorial Weekend
This is a smaller festy, perhaps about 1500 people. The atmosphere is just amazing. It's in the middle of the beautiful red rock desert of southern Utah with primitive camping on site. The music was a mix of local acts including 10-17 year olds in the School of Rock. They blew me away with their talent. Eric Mcfadden Trio, Blue Turtle Seduction, Delta Nove, The Dukes of Ted, Wisebird, Stonefed, Dead Horse Minstrel, Al Howard & the K23 Orchestra, Kan'nal, Puddle Mountain Ramblers, Fire Dancers, Belly Dancers, and much more. The size made it nice and personal, plenty of space to stretch ones self, physically and mentally. Check it out next year if you're in the area!
Not sure if anyone previoulsy put this on here, but 10 years ago I went to the High Sierra Music festival in Bear Valley,CA (now in Quincy) and it was a blast... I believe their website is HighSierraMusic.com
Anybody else going to this? My brother and I are.
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Very well then I contradict myself,
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For those who are interested in "commercial" festivals...
The 40th anniversary of the original Monterey Pop festival will be held at the Monterey Fairgrounds, the site of the original Pop Festival, as the "Monterey Summer of Love Festival" on the weekend of July 28th and 29th, 2007. The concert plans to feature some reunions of band members who played the original festival, as well as several tribute bands. The festival will try to recreate some of the aspects of the original Summer of Love in '67. Tickets are available through http://www.sfsummeroflove.com starting June 1st 2007.
The Bands Include:
The Tribute Bands Include:
In celebration of the anniversary, VH-1 aired Monterey 40 a documentary about the festival.
anybody going to AllGood in WV? DarkStar and RatDog amongst others, Keller and the Keels included. see you next weekend...
for me there's burning man and then there's everything else.
the gathering of the vibes is one of my favorite music festivals. i've been going since the first year. the vibes staff has always supported our psychedelic art gallery and leda and aly, the vendor coordinators, are the best allies to have in any festival situation.
like many, i'm psyched to see them return to bridgeport and look forward to seeing my vibe tribe out there.
other shows? oh, i do a bunch of them. some are great, some are not. i've heard great things about gratefulfest but never been.
horning's hideout for cheese's final run there? ought to be as epic as cheese shows get. i may make it, hard to say just yet...
the burn is the only annual event that i do everything i can to never miss. everything else seems to pale by comparison.
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i only got to stick around for a couple hours tonight, david ganz played at 2:45 pm, but i was there at around 7, only got to hear donna jean & the tricksters, they were pretty good, wish i woulda had a tape recorder with me for it.
any chance i might come across someone with it on tape?
Highdroponics - David Gans is playing there throughout the weekend. I hope you get to see him play!
Highdroponics, the guy you say sounds like Jerry is Stu Allen, and actually thats his real natural voice! I'm glad you had a blow mind experience!!!
"Welcome all you Deadheads, Hippies, and kind folks to this Grateful place, where Garcia fans will be Gathering!