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Palm Springs Pop Festival

Palm Springs Pop Festival
Genre Rock music, pop
Dates April 1–2, 1969
Location(s)  US Palm Springs, California
Years active 1969

The Palm Springs Pop Festival was a historic rock festival held April 1–2, 1969 in Palm Springs, California.[1] The lineup featured artists such as Moby Grape, Canned Heat, and John Mayall. The situation went sour when policing efforts militarized the three-day event and there were riots,[2] and a young concert-goer was shot and killed by a nearby store clerk. Concert permits were not issued in Palm Springs afterwards for many years.[3]

Contents

  • Further reading 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Further reading

  • "Vacationing in Palm Springs: A Real Lark".  

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.procolharum.com/99/ph_69_palmsprings.htm
  2. ^ Hopkins, Jerry (May 3, 1969). "Vacationing in Palm Springs: A Real Lark".  
  3. ^ http://www.palmspringslife.com/Palm-Springs-Life/Desert-Guide/April-2014/Explore-Palm-Springs-1969-Pop-Festival/

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
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