Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Woodstock
Do you remember Woodstock? No? Maybe the details are a bit hazy, or maybe you weren't around to make memories, but this iconic event deserves to be celebrated, even more than forty years after the last barefoot hippy wandered home. This music festival, one of the most important events in rock 'n' roll history, brought 32 acts and over 400,000 spectators to Max Yasgur's dairy farm in Upstate New York August 15 to 17, 1969. Detractors worried that the counter-culture performances would encourage violence and vandalism, but there was little of either. Instead, the crowd embraced a peaceful co-existence and a love of the music that defined an era.