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Small stage - big fun

The Naeba Shokudo stage is a tiny plank attached to a rest area near the International food area, but this year it's really coming into it's own.

Once (and still) the testing grounds for up-and-comers, last year saw larger Japanese names try out solo or experimental projects. This year you can count on seeing me there for Deerhoof and Jonathan Richmond on Saturday – both play larger stages over the weekend, but at the Shokudo stage, they're practically in the mud with you.

Jonathan Richman:

Official Site
Recent interview on maximumfun.org (frequently great podcast, BTW)



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