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Sonic Rock Solstice Festival 2014

"3 days of amazing Space rock prog & blues" is set for the weekend of June 20-22 at Penmaenau Farm, Builth Wells in central Wales. Tickets are already on sale.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-02-13

From the website:

Sonic rock solstice 2014 has great pleasure to announce from the west coast of America
U.S. legends of the psychedelic 60's Monterey International Pop Festival
SAN FRANCISCO NIGHTS
SAM ANDREW (founder member of Big Brother & The Holding Company)
DAVID BENNETT COHEN & BRUCE BARTHOL (Country Joe & The Fish)
GREG DOUGLASS (The Steve Miller Band & Hot Tuna)
ROY BLUMENFELD (The Blues Project & Seatrain)
& special guest BEX MARSHALL

Filed under: Festivals

Related artist(s): Big Brother & the Holding Company, Nik Turner, The Enid

More info
http://www.sonicrocksolstice.com

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