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2007 Street Scene @ San Diego, 9/22-23

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The annual Street (Not so much anymore) Scene down in San Diego went of last weekend, boasting an impressive lineup of , The Killers, Muse, Arctic Monkeys, Spoon, TI, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Infected Mushroom and many many more. Lots and Lots and Lots O Pics...

There was much turmoil preceding this year's Street Scene in San Diego. The festival, which drew Tool and Kanye West as headliners last year, was first moved to the huge Del Mar Fairgrounds but when advance ticket sales fell short was moved to the Coors Amphitheatre. The move, along with what many argued as a weak lineup with Muse on top of the bill night one and the Killers on night two, turned many people off to the festival. However, while very under-attended, the festival was a great celebration of all brands of music, from hip hop to rock to electronic and was an all around enjoyable experience. I only attended day 2 of the festival so I have no real account of how day 1 went.

Great sets from the Arctic Monkeys, Spoon , the Killers and a personal fav of mine, Infected Mushroom made for a great and full day of diverse sonic enjoyment.

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Arctic Monkeys

The Killers (Unfortunatly the Killers were a bit camera shy and pulled photo pit access 15min before their set, so we were forced to shoot from waaaay back)


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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah


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