July 27, 2017 California Historical Society, San Francisco, California
Moonalice poster by Alexandra Fischer
According to Moonalice legend, our tribe loves history. Especially the part that takes place in California. It was here in California that the Moonalice tribe pioneered such concepts as the steam powered bong and central weed for single family homes. We also look back fondly on the Summer of 1967, which, thanks to the time-bending tendencies of tribal medicine, does not feel like fifty years ago. The fact that all three of us remember that Summer of Love is proof positive that we were living in other places at the time. But the most important values espoused by the hippies of San Francisco — peace, love, and generosity — inform everything we do … and we hope those values will be as contagious today as they were fifty years ago.
|Venue:||California Historical Society|
|City, State:||San Francisco, California|
|Date:||July 27, 2017|
|Dimensions:||17.25 in. x 12.75 in.|
|Series:||Roger McNamee R100|
- Northwestern University’s Center for Civic Engagement & The California Historical Society Present A Concert Celebrating the Conference: Revisiting the Summer of Love, Rethinking the Counterculture.
- Acoustic Set without John Molo.
- This poster is #R100. It is not in the Moonalice series because we were already committed to Felton as the place for #M1000 when we added the Cannacuisine show at the last minute. The trio format made this a better choice for the R series.
- Listed in the art database at ExpressoBeans.com.
- No video livestream for this concert.
- Watch this show in HD at Moonalice.com.