Sacramento Bee Photo - Published May 2, 1976. More than 24,000 people jammed into Hughes Stadium on the Sacramento City College Campus yesterday, filling the stands and covering the athletic field to hear performers including Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles, Jimmy Buffett and others. The square, open patch in the crowd is the baseball infield and pitcher’s mound used by the Sacramento Solons AAA team for their home games of the Pacific Coast League 1974-1976. It was fenced off to protect its surface during the all-day concert.
Sacramento Bee Photo - Published May 2, 1976. More than 24,000 people jammed into Hughes Stadium on the Sacramento City College Campus yesterday, filling the stands and covering the athletic field to hear performers including Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles, Jimmy Buffett and others. The square, open patch in the crowd is the baseball infield and pitcher’s mound used by the Sacramento Solons AAA team for their home games of the Pacific Coast League 1974-1976. It was fenced off to protect its surface during the all-day concert. DICK SCHMIDT Sacramento Bee file
Sacramento Bee Photo - Published May 2, 1976. More than 24,000 people jammed into Hughes Stadium on the Sacramento City College Campus yesterday, filling the stands and covering the athletic field to hear performers including Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles, Jimmy Buffett and others. The square, open patch in the crowd is the baseball infield and pitcher’s mound used by the Sacramento Solons AAA team for their home games of the Pacific Coast League 1974-1976. It was fenced off to protect its surface during the all-day concert. DICK SCHMIDT Sacramento Bee file

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