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Broken Social Scene at Harvest of Hope

Photos From the Harvest of Hope Festival - Broken Social Scene, Dr. Dog, Billy Bragg, and more

Plus: The Mountain Goats, The Delta Spirit, Danielson, Cymbals Eat Guitars, matt pond PA, and more

Mar 26, 2010 Cymbals Eat Guitars Photography by Matt Jones Bookmark and Share


The second annual fundraiser Harvest of Hope Foundation Music and Arts Festival took place in St. Augustine, Florida on March 12-14th, 2010, featuring three days of music and fun. We sent photographer Matt Jones down to capture the action.

The Harvest of Hope fest is all to benefit and raise awareness for nonprofit charity Harvest of Hope Foundation, which provides financial, educational, and service oriented aid to migrant farm workers all over the country.

Check out the photo galleries:

Friday, March 12, 2010 (Dr. Dog, Portugal. The Man, The Delta Spirit, Cymbals Eat Guitars).

Saturday, March 13, 2010 (Kimya Dawson, The Mountain Goats, Billy Bragg).

Sunday, March 14, 2010 (Danielson, Stars of Track and Field, Man Man, matt pond PA, Broken Social Scene).



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oyun indir
June 2nd 2010
12:25pm

good perfect write thanks

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July 8th 2010
6:03am

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December 13th 2010
1:46am

I really want to like them… but couldnt even get though the whole song bc the vocals were just killing me… I guess cluttered chaotic sound just isn’t my thing

Matt
February 9th 2011
8:29pm

What a great collaboration of photos. More festivals should think about doing this because it give incite to people who weren’t there. Hiring a professional photographer wouldn’t be too much to ask. In the end, it would be well worth it.