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The First woodstock

By KingHFW
  • The First Woodstock

    The First Woodstock
    This is the greastest gathering of human beings in history. They gathered here because they wanted peace and relaxation and music not war. America has been at war with North Vietnam and the people are tired of it so they formed Woodstock. The bands that played this day is Richie Havens, Sweetwater, Bert Sommer, Tim Hardin, Ravi Shankar, Melanie, Arlo Guthrie, Joan Baez.
  • Ripped down fence

    Ripped down fence
    The fans of woodstock ripped down the fence so they could get in because the tickets were sold out.
  • Famouus Bands

    Famouus Bands
    The Who and The Grateful Dead were the favorites for that day which was the second day of Woodstock.
    The other bands that played that day were......
    Quill
    Country Joe McDonald
    John B. Sebastian

    Keef Hartley Band

    Santana

    Incredible String Band

    Canned Heat

    Leslie West & Mountain

    Creedence Clearwater Revival
    Janis Joplin
    Sly & The Family Stone
    Jefferson Airplane
  • More bands played

    More bands played
    many more bands played this day but there were no superstar bands like Grateful Dead, and The Who. they were just alot of bands to entertain. These are the bands that played that day.
    Joe Cocker
    Country Joe & The Fish
    Ten Years After
    Johnny Winter

    Blood Sweat And Tears
    Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
  • Jimmy Hendrix's Perfomance.

    Jimmy Hendrix's Perfomance.
    Jimmy Hendrix played the last day as a closing performance. The two hour set during Woodstock 1969 was the longest of Hendrix’s career and in that span he’d managed to outpace his entire backing band and continue on his own as a face melting solo act.
  • trash cleaned up

    trash cleaned up
    All the trash left behind from the hippies was cleaned up after 6 months. This is very ironic because they were trying to protect the envirmental.
  • Green Day mud fight

    Green Day mud fight
    Green Day's performance on stage was undoubtedly the best, visually. A punk band, I think their music is spectacular compared to the innovative punk along the lines of the Levellers and Fugazi. In fact, they are so stereotypically punk that it almost seems like they are parodying it: the lead singer and drummer had brightly coloured blue and green hair and their lyrics are whiny. But they were tireless on stage and pushed the momentum to its limits. The best thing about their show no doubt.
  • Woodstock Went Wrong

    Woodstock Went Wrong
    The legacy of Woodstock '99, the three-day music festival in Upstate New York that disintegrated into a melee of vandalism and destruction on its final night, has grown uglier amid allegations that several women were raped during the event.
    A New York State Police spokesman confirmed yesterday that detectives are investigating reports of four rapes at the festival, which was held over the weekend in Rome, N.Y. Crisis
  • Woodstock Went Wrong (continued)

    Woodstock Went Wrong (continued)
    Sexual assaults took place in the mosh pit, the extremely crowded area in front of the stage where audience members dance to the music by thrashing about and deliberately bumping into each other.
  • Woodstock 2010

    Woodstock 2010
    In a time of great social strife, the spirit of the Woodstock nation seems to return and evoke positive change. In the year 1969 the world came together to witness the largest music festival in history; an event that changed not only the United States, but the entire world. Now in 2010 the Woodstock nation hopes to resurrect the spirit of the original festival and bring people together to celebrate peace, music, and positive change.
  • Woodstock Imagine Concert in Toronto (Postponed until 2011)

    Woodstock Imagine Concert in Toronto (Postponed until 2011)
    The Imagine concert, a Woodstock for the WE Generation, which organizers had intended to be the largest musical festival in Toronto's history, has been cancelled, according to its public-relations firm.
    "As of now, it has been postponed," said a spokesperson from Susan Blond Inc. who asked not to be named.
    This confirmation comes after a message was posted to the event's Facebook page stating, "The festival has been postponed until next year."