It is March of 1966 at the Sausalito Flea Mart. The camera pans across the market from the 'Flea Market' sign to a band, The Friendly Stranger, playing for a small crowd. Two children dance in front of the band. There is a closeup of the drummer, who plays the drums and sings into a microphone, then the guitar player is shown playing a 12 string electric guitar and singing into a microphone, and the bass player is given a closeup. The two children dancing are given a closeup and a child is dancing on top of his father's shoulders. A woman eats cotton candy and the band continues to play. The keyboard player is given a closeup. Then there are more closeups of the children dancing and flailing about, one African American child is really getting into the performance. The scene ends with the drummer drumming.