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May 4, 2014 5:38 PM

Strawberry Music Festival’s future in limbo

The future of the Strawberry Music Festival is in limbo as organizers hope to change the city of San Francisco’s mind about issuing a permit for the fall festival. The event was canceled last fall because of the Rim fire and had hoped to return this year and be able to refund tickeholders. They have launched a grassroots campaign to get the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department to change its decision on allowing the festival this year.

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