Celebrate 1967 and the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love with Peter Albin of Big Brother and The Holding Company. Peter will be available all day to tell stories and share memories of the Bay Area scene during the summer 0f 1967.
Saturday, July 15th — 11am to 9pm
Bop Shop Records
1460 Monroe Ave., Rochester, NY
Featuring a display and sale of a collection of original Fillmore & Avalon ballroom posters.
Special-edition Bop Shop Records tie–dyed T–shirts
Special films and other cool stuff throughout the day.
The film “The Cover Story” will be shown Friday at 8pm.
These two films will be shown Saturday:
At 6pm – Rockin’ at the Red Dog — The Dawn of Psychedelic Rock
Their names and music became legendary: Big Brother & the Holding Company, Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and the house band The Charlatans.
At 8pm – Dawn of the Dead: The Grateful Dead & the Rise of the San Francisco Underground
This documentary provides an in-depth analysis of the rise of the San Francisco underground music scene, the emergence of the psychedelic scene and the definitive band surrounding the movement, the Grateful Dead. While the film focuses on the Dead and their position at the helm of the movement, it also explores the worlds of Big Brother & The Holding Company, Jefferson Airplane, The Charlatans and Quicksilver Messenger Service.
learn more about Dawn of the Dead here.
BROWNIES WILL BE SERVED
And special brown antacid
In addition RHINO Records will be releasing special Vinyl for the SUMMER OF LOVE anniversary.