Anyone in their mid-50s remember this?

Wrighty

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The majority answer to the original question, in a round about way, is, it seems, ‘don’t know’. Please can we have the answer!
 

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The only band image that comes to my head is Jethro Tull. But, I believe the Safety Dance guess is likely a better fit here.

Just my luck, I failed my first trivia question of 2022!
 

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Those are Devil Sticks and quite popular at Grateful Dead shows in 90’s

Here’s a couple of pictures I took in the parking lot at the Richfield Coliseum on March 21, 1994 unfortunately I don’t see any Devil Sticks but there’s a huge drum circle in the middle of those cars.

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Those are Devil Sticks and quite popular at Grateful Dead shows in 90’s

Here’s a couple of pictures I took in the parking lot at the Richfield Coliseum on March 21, 1994 unfortunately I don’t see any Devil Sticks but there’s a huge drum circle in the middle of those cars.

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Man, I miss the Coliseum.
 

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Grateful Dead shows....that would explain why the only thing I recognized in the original photo was the blue tote.
 

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Grateful Dead.
They used to call them Chinese yo-yos. Cool enough for some.
I found the hula hoop ladies held my attention considerably longer though.
 




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