Friday 11/22/2019 by Bizarro_Jerry


What's it like to build a city for 75,000 fans from scratch? Why did people sit in traffic for 18 hours waiting to get into Big Cypress? And were there actually alligators? In episode two, Jesse Jarnow takes listeners through the planning and fan arrival to Big Cypress. They hear from Trey, Fish, John Paluska, Brad Sands, Tom Marshall, Jefferson Waful and others.

Listen to episode two below, and please consider subscribing and reviewing on Apple Podcasts, or follow the podcast on Spotify. After Midnight is presented by Osiris.

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lbag420 Excellent
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10a_cJedi Good Listen if you enjoy a sundae drive down memory lane. If I hadn't been there it would have mattered very little. Wow, there is some extremely educational information on the bands' history, different stories about the past. I love hearing them speak about the early venue name's, and other fuddled random moments from the past.

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