Wattstax 1972 United States

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A 'small' benefit-concert to raise funds for the 7th Watts Summer Festival. This festival begun as a memorial to the 34 people killed in the 1965 Watts Riots.
Wattstax 1972
Sun Aug 20, 1972
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
3911 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles California 90037
United States
Years active
Founded by
Stax Record's director Forrest Hamilton, Al Bell and Tommy Jacquette
Documentary Wattstax (1973), directed by Mel Stuart.

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