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Sound Summit 2017

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High up on Mt. Tamalpais on a beautiful Saturday, September 9th, Bob Weir and Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead communed for a rare performance together headlining Sound Summit. The sold out one day festival drew thousands of people for a day of music in an incredible 1930s amphitheater overlooking Marin County. Joining the bill was My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Stone Foxes, Vetiver, and Printz Dance Project.

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