The west coast's longest running progressive rock festival, Baja prog will be back again on April 2, 3, 4 and 5, in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico. Four days of fun and great music.
by Peter Thelen, Published 2014-01-25
Evening shows will be at the Teatro Estado, afternoon outdoor performances at the Hotel Colonial. Featured bands over the four day event include Saga, Osanna, Shylock, PFM, Museo Rosenbach, Fish, Il Castello Di Atlante, Cast, Spock's Beard, Neal Morse Band, and eight more. Link here For more information.
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Related artist(s): Cast, Jim Gilmour, Saga, Spock's Beard, James DeJoie, Moraine, Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM), Dennis Rea, Osanna, Museo Rosenbach, Shylock, Fish (Derek William Dick), Il Castello di Atlante, Neal Morse, Haken, Frak, Gnu Quartet, Moon Safari, Felix Martin, Ian Crichton
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