1969 - Goldrush Rock Festival Handbill
Title: Goldrush Handbill Rock Festival
About This Event: "Oct. 5, 1969: (press release) About 40,000 people jammed the banks of Lake Amador to sunbathe, drink wine, smoke marijuana and listen to an all-star roster of musicians at the Gold Rush Rock Music Festival. Since the crowd was peaceful, Amador County sheriff's deputies chose to ignore the drug use and skinny-dipping. The entertainment included Ike and Tina Turner, Santana, Bo Didley, Sons of Champlin and Taj Mahal."
Venue: Lake Amador, California
Date: October 4, 1969
Groups Performing: Ike and Tina Turner, Santana, Bo Diddley, Sons of Champlin, Taj Mahal, Albert Collins, Kaliedoscope, Al Wilson, South Wind, Country Weather, Cold Blood, John Fahey, Linn County Daybreak
Printing Info: Original Concert, 1st Printing
Condition: Very Good - bent lower left corner (See photos)
Size: 4 9/16" x 7 1/4"