The series contains previously “unseen archive footage” of the cursed three-day concert.
Woodstock Music Festival
The oft-forgotten chapters of the festival’s 50-year-long story.
Bethel Woods Center wants people who seek to “feel the vibes … to come on other weekends.”
The guitar legend also discusses his new album Africa Speaks.
A new lineup is being booked for the scaled-down festival that *may* take place at Merriweather Post Pavilion
Bassist Stu Cook also revisits the 50th anniversary of Woodstock ’69.
Lang says he is currently “in talks with investors who are anxious to come in” and finance Woodstock 50.
Michael Lang says Woodstock’s financial backer [does] not have the right to unilaterally cancel the festival.”
The duo of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney cited “a scheduling conflict” as the reason for their cancelation.
The Black Keys, The Killers, Imagine Dragons, Cage the Elephant, and The Raconteurs are also expected to take the stage.
Grateful Dead offshoot Dead and Company and Santana, who played the original festival, are also booked to play.
Four-day event will take place on the original site of the 1969 fest.