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From the Coliseum to Altamont: Desert Trippers Remember Their First Concerts

If there's one thing we learned at Desert Trip, it's this: Our parents used to rage. And given half the chance, they still know how to throw down. All over the Empire Polo Club grounds at Goldenvoice's massive classic-rock festival, folks in their 50s, 60s and even 70s were getting...
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Talkin' 'bout their generation: What Desert Trip says about the classic rock mindset

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After the sun sets and the sky turns purple over Indio Valley's Empire Polo Club grounds on October 7th, Bob Dylan will take the stage. Later, the Rolling Stones will follow. It will be the first day of Desert Trip, a historic three...

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