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Subject: Re: ROCK FESTIVALS 1970-1971

russell altman
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Date Posted: 07:11:17 03/26/06 Sun
In reply to: Rockfest70 's message, "Re: ROCK FESTIVALS 1970-1971" on 09:12:37 08/28/04 Sat

>>Hi... does anyone remember a rock festival held
>>outside Estacada, Oregon I believe in 1970? It was
>>known as Vortex 1, and I heard it was sponsored by the
>>city of Portland to keep the riff-raff out of the city
>>during the Democratic convention. Lots of great music
>>and fun. I haven't seen or heard anything of it since,
>>just curious if anyone else has.
>>Thanks, Mike
>I wasn't there but here's some links
>It was the only state sponsored Rock Fest? ROTF!

i was there... would love to talk to others ....remember the mud hole?

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