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Texas International Pop Festival
August 30th ~ September 1st 1969


The Texas International Pop Festival, the brainchild of Angus G. Wynne III, son of Angus G. Wynne, the founder of the Six Flags Over Texas Amusement Park, was a music festival held at Lewisville, Texas, on Labor Day weekend, August 30th to September 1st 1969. It occurred two weeks after Woodstock. The site for the event was the newly opened Dallas International Motor Speedway, located on the east side of Interstate Highway 35E, across from the Round Grove Road intersection.
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FULL LIST OF ARTISTS

The Festival began at 4:00 p.m. each day. Grand Funk Railroad (announced as "Grand Funk Railway") opened all three days and played through the afternoon heat till the 4:00 p.m. opening band. BB King played all three nights and told the same jokes and stories, perhaps thinking he had a different 150,000 person crowd for each show!

August 30th ~ Saturday:
Canned Heat
Chicago Transit Authority
James Cotton Blues Band
Janis Joplin
B.B. King
Herbie Mann
Rotary Connection
Sam & Dave

August 31st ~ Sunday:
Chicago Transit Authority
James Cotton Blues Band
Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
The Incredible String Band
B.B. King
Led Zeppelin (announced as "The Led Zeppelin")
Herbie Mann
Sam & Dave
Santana

September 1st ~ Monday:
Johnny Winter
Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
B.B. King
Nazz
Sly and the Family Stone
Spirit
Sweetwater
Ten Years After
Tony Joe White

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