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Save the date! Josh Fischel’s Music Tastes Good returns to Long Beach on September 29 & 30, 2018

 

Photo: Debi Del Grande

 

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The festivities will resume once again at Marina Green Park, right on the shoreline of Downtown Long Beach, which proved to be the perfect stunning backdrop for last year’s sophomore event. The same two-day music, food, and arts extravaganza that has brought headliners like Ween, Sleater-Kinney, The Specials, and Sylvan Esso to Long Beach promises to stay on par with outstanding musical performances and delicious culinary variety in 2018.

But before Music Tastes Good announces all the bands, chefs, and ooey-gooey goodness, they’re offering a treat for the believers and supporters of the first two years of this independent festival: $99 early-bird weekend passes.

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Those who have been to Music Tastes Good know that they know how to bring the party!

 

Get your cheapest possible weekend passes now for only $99 while supplies last.

For more information visit musictastesgood.com.

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