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This was most apparent in the 1960s, when bands like the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane turned the hippie counterculture into the city’s greatest export.
The Human Be-In at Golden Gate Park January 14, 1967 The Summer of Love actually started with this mid-winter event at Golden Gate Park, just a stone’s throw from the Haight-Ashbury district that would soon become synonymous with the counterculture.
The Band at Winterland Ballroom November 25, 1976 Another San Francisco concert that’s been immortalized for new generations to enjoy, the Band’s farewell show at Winterland Ballroom is considered one of the greatest concerts, period.
Martin Scorsese‘s documentary film The Last Waltz captured the Band in all their fading glory, but they weren’t the only ones to take the stage that night.
The Beatles at Candlestick Park August 29, 1966 The San Francisco concert was their last Nobody but the Beatles knew that this show at chilly Candlestick Park would be their last live concert performance ever.
If it had been announced ahead of time, the Fab Four might have sold the place out.
” before smirking a final “Goodnight” and the band leaving the debris-strewn stage… Whether you loved them or hated them , the Sex Pistols created one of the great paradigm shifts in modern music, forever changing the landscape of the music industry.