March 22
8pm

Monterey Pop

Festival

Access All Eras presents : Monterey Pop Festival: The Summer of Love .. the festival that started it all

Celebrating the music of one of the biggest festivals in the 60’s, Damien Lovelock has put together the best and most influential songs from the bands of the era that had the greatest impact on the Festival. The Monterey Pop Festivals was a 3 day concert held on the 16th June to the 18th June in 1967. The 7000 capacity was eclipsed threefold, as the Festival took off and became a huge watershed for the counter culture just like Woodstock that happened 2 years later. The festival is remembered for appearances from Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, Mammas and Pappas, Jefferson Airplane and many more. The festival became known as having sown the seeds of the Summer Of Love which would make a historical mark for more generations.

Before Woodstock there was Monterey

Joplin, Hendrix, The Who, Otis Redding – it all started at Monterey Pop Festival in 1967. A Tribute to Monterey, featuring some of Sydney's best musos, led by Damien Lovelock and Rex Goh, will be touring NSW from March

Posted by Monterey Pop Festival Tribute on Monday, 18 February 2019

Presented by Damien Lovelock

Featuring:

Damien Lovelock (vocals)

Amanda Easton (vocals)

Floyd Vincent  (guitar & vocals)

Steve Bull  (bass)

Lloyd G  (Drums)

Tim Wedde  (Keys)

Rex Goh (guitar)

Setlist:
Jimi Hendrix – Purple Haze, Stone Free,Highway Chile
Janis Joplin – Ball & Chain, Piece of My Heart
Mammas & Pappas – California Dreaming, Go Where You want to Go
Eric Burdon & The Animals – Monterey, When I Was Young
The Byrds – 8 Mile High, So You want to be a rock n roll Star
Laura Nyro – Wdding Bell Blues, Save the Country
The Who  Magic Bus, Substitute
Jefferson Airplane – White Rabbit, Sombody to Love
Canned Heat – Rollin and Tumblin, On the Road Again
Otis Redding – Shake
Booker T – Green Onions

Johnny Rivers – Secret Agent Man

and more to announced

General admission dance floor.

Doors open at 8pm. Show starts at 9pm

$25+bf at Moshtix or $30 at the door.