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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 330: Golden Gate Park Bands

From 1882 to the 1894 Midwinter Fair to Sundays today, the history of bands in the park.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Jun 7, 2019

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 330: Golden Gate Park Bands Outside Lands Podcast Episode 330: Golden Gate Park Bands

pictured:Golden Gate Park, circa 1995

Golden Gate Park Band performing on temporary stage in Music Concourse due to earthquake damage of Temple of Music.

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