There’s something about a music festival in San Diego: the sunshine, that laid-back attitude, the awesome energy and, of course, the great music. Local music critic Jeff Terich gives the scoop on some of San Diego’s music festivals, and why you should come join the party. It’s all about having a good time in this episode of San Diego’s “Guides to the Good Stuff” insider series.
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