Monterey Pop Festival: 50th Anniversary (NBC Bay Area)

December 12, 2016

Monterey Pop Festival: 50th Anniversary (NBC Bay Area)

There are memorable shows and cool concerts, and pop-up sound spectaculars that can get people talking for months. Then there are the mega multi-day festivals, huge parties that can be joyful, amazing, and, on the rarest and most special of occasions, one for the ages. And when the 50th anniversary rolls around for a festival that instantly become iconic, something beyond a commemorative t-shirt or bumper sticker is the order of the day. Well, make that three days, for no less than the Monterey International Pop Festival is coming back around on the very days and in the very place it unfurled, like a giant flag bearing a peace symbol, in 1967. Prepare to celebrate...

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