Well, this one’s a bit confusing. There were two Miami Pop Festivals in 1968 located at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale, Florida and they were run by completely different people and were somehow unrelated to each other. This confusion has understandably led to some modern accounts reporting that they were all one event instead of two. These are also not to be confused with the Miami Rock Festival that occurred the following year… read more >
The 1968 Miami Pop Festival(s)
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