The poster says it all:
But some additional choruses. First, the “almost final schedule” can be found here. That schedule shows so many musical delights going on at any given time that anticipated pleasure is mixed with anxiety: “How will I see and hear everyone I want to?” We should all have such problems, of course.
There’s no substitute for the experience of being there and hearing the music as it is created, but here are a few videos. One is something delightful from 2015, the triumph of Rena Jean Middough, here.
If I haven’t video-recorded your favorite band at San Diego, there’s only so much one person with admittedly narrow tastes can do. So you can 1) check YouTube for more videos of THE AIR-DRIED PLUOTS (you’ll know them by their polo shirts) or 2) book a flight and get there while Joy is still Unconfined.
A few lines about travel arrangements. This year, I was sure that I had booked a flight to San Diego a few months ago; checking online, I saw I had not. Since it looked as if re-booking the same flight (from New York) would cost more than two thousand dollars, there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth. (One of my neighbors knocked to inquire.) But I persevered, and secured a flight — the same days and times, with a few minutes’ difference — for the lowest fare I’ve ever seen for Thanksgiving. All things are possible. Be brave. I’ll see you there.
May your happiness increase!