Doheny Day's Sunday fun in the sun

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Rock the Mullet warming the crowd up for the Steel Pulse set
PHOTO BY JOHN SALANOA
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Doheny Day's Sunday fun in the sun

Doheny Day's Sunday line up held a mix of indie music and reggae for the thousands on hand for the closing day of a weekend of fun. Legendary reggae band Steel Pulse hit the stage in the heat of the day with an hour long set that had Doheny State Park and Beach dancing in the 80 degree plus heat. Santa Barbara locals Rebelution played the Sailor Jerry's stage just before The Flaming Lips took to the main stage just after dark. The Flaming Lips put on a show with moody, upbeat, and tempo'ed music and a light show to match. The closing act for the two day festival put on a closing acts performance with eye catching props on and off stage, at one point the singer was put into a bubble and he walked across the audience, now that's up close and personable.

John Salanoa


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