Movie: 50 years after the legendary fest, Barak Goodman’s electric retelling of Woodstock, from the point of view of those who were on the ground, evokes the freedom, passion, community, and joy the three-day music festival created.
Written by Wuchak on November 6, 2019
For a moment there was peace, love and joy... a moment only Released 50 years after the event, “Woodstock: Three Days that Defined a Generation” documents the iconic concert that took place for 3.5 days in mid-August, 1969, at the height of the Vietnam fiasco and the counterculture movement. The initial estimates for attendance were up to 50,000 with later top guesstimates around 150,000. WAY more people came than expected and it was the biggest gathering of people in one place in history, over 400,000, only beat by the infamous Isle of Wight concert in England a year later. The fil... read the rest.