A man wearing love beads leans against a Volkswagen campervan emblazoned with peace stickers and cheerful multicoloured flowers. Nearby, a haphazard queue begins, as tie-dye swathed hippies wait for a free massage next to a group playing ball games. Elsewhere, a cloud of thick, perfumed smoke pervades the air as the crowd lay back on giant bean bags, enjoying the warmth of the sun, while in the distance The Who tunes up in preparation for the night's performance.
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