Despite multiple setbacks including change of venue weeks before the festival, the organizers accidentally hiring people who had no experience in food concessions, and last-minute ban on off-duty police officers from working the festival (and this does not begin to address the many setbacks during the festival), the Woodstock Music Festival of 1969 became possibly the most popular music event in history and has become a lexicon of the 1960s counterculture generation. Listed by Rolling Stone magazine as number 19 of the 50 Moments That Changed the History of Rock and Roll, the performances of 32 acts before nearly 400,000 remains the core of many iconic moments. Once called “An Aquarian Exposition: Three Days of Peace and Music,” join the Timmons Brothers for the “50th Anniversary of Woodstock: A Lookback at August 1969”.
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