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    Palm Beach Music and Art Festival Poster and Photo Group (1969). Florida's own Woodstock was held on November 28-30, 1969, three months after the New York festival and was, by all accounts, a nightmare of drug busts, alligators, red ants, cold rains, and generally a bummer to attend, but boasted a superb lineup including Janis Joplin (some ten months before her untimely passing), the Rolling Stones (who closed the show by coming on at 4:00 am), Sly and the Family Stone, the Jefferson Airplane, Johnny Winter, the Byrds, Steppenwolf. Spirit, Grand Funk Railroad, and more. This first-printing poster measures approximately 22.5" x 30.5", and is in Near Mint Minus condition. As a bonus, two 12" x 8" black and white photos taken at the event of Johnny Winter and Mick Jagger are included; both are in Excellent condition.

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    March, 2013
    30th Saturday
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