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Myponga Pop Festival

Myponga Pop Festival
Genre Rock music, pop music, blues, etc.
Dates 3 days; summer of 1971
Location(s) Myponga, South Australia

The Myponga Pop Festival was a music festival which took place in Myponga, South Australia over three days in the summer of 1971. The festival was headlined by heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath. Cat Stevens was to originally headline the festival but pulled out to perform in Los Angeles.

Other performers included Australian acts Daddy Cool, Spectrum, Fraternity, Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs and Chain.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/entertainment/music/daddy-cool/story-e6freeuu-1225881732691

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