Music Tastes Good Festival 2017

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Sep 30 - Oct 01 2017

Long Beach, California (Marina Green Park)

Presented by 89.9 KCRW, Music Tastes good is a colossal two-day, music, food and art festival taking place at Downtown Long Beach’s beautiful waterfront Marina Green Park the weekend of September 30-October 1, 2017, with influential alt-rock trailblazers Ween and Sleater-Kinney headlining Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

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