Atlanta Pop Fest 1970 poster for the Dream Clinic


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Perfect for any music lover’s music room. This is a faithful reprint at 22″ by 28″ on heavy stock by the owner of the print copyrights Michael Bagwell of Atlanta.

Look at this lineup (from Wikipedia)!

Over thirty acts performed on the main stage during the course of the event:

Jimi Hendrix performed at around midnight on the Fourth of July[1] to the largest American audience of his career,[18] presenting his unique rendition of the “Star-Spangled Banner” to accompany the celebratory fireworks display. The Anunga Runga Tribe of the musical HAIR, which had performed for two weeks in April 1970 on the campus of Memphis State University, were the last act to perform, following Richie Havens, who opened his set at dawn on Monday morning (July 6) with his version of “Here Comes the Sun.”

Among the artists billed in various promotional materials and programs but who did not perform at the festival were: Captain BeefheartGinger Baker’s Air Force, Taos, Jethro TullRavi ShankarCountry Joe and the FishJudy CollinsRotary Connection, and Sly and the Family Stone.

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