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** Bert Sommer[[note]]A former ''Theatre/{{Hair}}'' cast member and one-time bandmate of Creator/MichaelMcKean in The Left Banke, making his debut as a singer-songwriter. He failed to get much boost from his appearance and died in 1990 at age 41[[/note]]

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** Bert Sommer[[note]]A former ''Theatre/{{Hair}}'' cast member and one-time bandmate of Creator/MichaelMcKean in The Left Banke, making his debut as a singer-songwriter. He failed to get much boost from his appearance and appearance, mostly because as a Capitol Records artist he couldn't appear in the film or record album, which were from Warner. He died in 1990 at age 41[[/note]]41.[[/note]]



** Melanie[[note]]Folkie whose BreakthroughHit came in 1970 with a song she wrote about Woodstock, "Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)"[[/note]]

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** Melanie[[note]]Folkie whose BreakthroughHit came in 1970 with a song she wrote about Woodstock, "Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)"[[/note]]Rain)". She is still around as of 2020 and still performing, often with her children.[[/note]]



** The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles, as well as an acknowledged influence on Music/LedZeppelin's acoustic ballad material. They were scheduled for Friday, but didn't want to play in the rain and got moved to Saturday[[/note]]

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** The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles, as well as an acknowledged influence on Music/LedZeppelin's acoustic ballad material. They were scheduled for Friday, but didn't want to play in the rain (Melanie took their slot) and got moved to Saturday[[/note]]


In August 2019, ''Back to the Garden,'' an authorized complete version of the 1969 Woodstock Music & Art Fair, [[https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/woodstock-box-set-829716/ was released on Creator/RhinoRecords]]. The product of painstaking research and audio production, it has 38 audio discs plus a Blu-ray of the film and will cost $800.

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In August 2019, ''Back to the Garden,'' an authorized complete version of the 1969 Woodstock Music & Art Fair, [[https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/woodstock-box-set-829716/ was released released]] on Creator/RhinoRecords]]. Creator/RhinoRecords. The product of painstaking research and audio production, it has had 38 audio discs plus a Blu-ray of the film and will cost $800.


In August 2019, ''Back to the Garden,'' an authorized complete version of the 1969 Woodstock Music & Art Fair, [[https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/woodstock-box-set-829716/ will be released on Rhino Records]]. The product of painstaking research and audio production, it has 38 audio discs plus a Blu-ray of the film and will cost $800.

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In August 2019, ''Back to the Garden,'' an authorized complete version of the 1969 Woodstock Music & Art Fair, [[https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/woodstock-box-set-829716/ will be was released on Rhino Records]].Creator/RhinoRecords]]. The product of painstaking research and audio production, it has 38 audio discs plus a Blu-ray of the film and will cost $800.


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* '''Sunday afternoon[=/=]night into Monday morning'''morning''' (a mix of headliners and acts who got moved after the schedule was reshuffled)


** The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles. They were scheduled for Friday, but didn't want to play in the rain and got moved to Saturday[[/note]]

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** The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles.circles, as well as an acknowledged influence on Music/LedZeppelin's acoustic ballad material. They were scheduled for Friday, but didn't want to play in the rain and got moved to Saturday[[/note]]


** The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles. They were scheduled for Friday, but didn't want to play in the rain.[[/note]]

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** The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles. They were scheduled for Friday, but didn't want to play in the rain.[[/note]]rain and got moved to Saturday[[/note]]


** The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles[[/note]]

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** The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles[[/note]]circles. They were scheduled for Friday, but didn't want to play in the rain.[[/note]]


!! Acts who performed at Woodstock (in order of appearance):

* Richie Havens[[note]]The FolkMusic singer was hurriedly asked to go on when scheduled opener Sweetwater got stuck in a traffic jam[[/note]]
* Sweetwater[[note]]PsychedelicRock band whose incredible string of near-misses and bad luck gained some attention later on, including a Creator/{{VH1}} movie with Creator/AmyJoJohnson as lead singer Nansi Nevins[[/note]]
* Bert Sommer[[note]]A former ''Theatre/{{Hair}}'' cast member and one-time bandmate of Creator/MichaelMcKean in The Left Banke, making his debut as a singer-songwriter. He failed to get much boost from his appearance and died in 1990 at age 41[[/note]]
* Tim Hardin[[note]]Talented, but self-destructive, FolkMusic figure, who wrote [[Music/BobbyDarin "If I Were a Carpenter"]] and [[Music/RodStewart "Reason to Believe"]]. He also died young (at age 39 in 1980)[[/note]]
* Music/RaviShankar
* Melanie[[note]]Folkie whose BreakthroughHit came in 1970 with a song she wrote about Woodstock, "Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)"[[/note]]
* [[Music/AlicesRestaurant Arlo Guthrie]]
* Music/JoanBaez
* Quill[[note]]This Boston-based ProgressiveRock band was easily the most obscure act at Woodstock. With a strong local following in their hometown, they were chosen for the festival despite not having a recording contract. They also did some advance work before the festival, entertaining the festival employees as they were setting things up, and acting as goodwill ambassadors by playing free shows in the area around Bethel. They scored a record deal in the wake of their Woodstock performance, but only released one album[[/note]]
* Country Joe [=McDonald=][[note]]The leader of Country Joe & The Fish was asked to go on and do a solo acoustic set when a reshuffling of the schedule left the organizers with some open slots[[/note]]
* Music/{{Santana}}
* [[Music/TheLovinSpoonful John Sebastian]]
* The Keef Hartley Band[[note]]Hartley was a longtime figure on the UK rock scene, having taken over as drummer of Rory Storm & The Hurricanes after Music/TheBeatles poached Music/RingoStarr, then drumming in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. His band played a {{Jazz}}/{{Blues}}/{{Rock}} mix[[/note]]
* The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles[[/note]]
* Canned Heat[[note]]{{Blues}} Rock. Yes, they ''did'' perform "Going Up the Country", the [[BadToTheBone official Hollywood "hippie" song]][[/note]]
* Mountain[[note]]Considered HeavyMetal pioneers. A song they debuted here was later recorded as "For Yasgur's Farm".[[/note]]
* Music/TheGratefulDead
* Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival
* Music/JanisJoplin
* Music/SlyAndTheFamilyStone
* Music/TheWho
* Music/JeffersonAirplane
* Music/JoeCocker
* Country Joe & The Fish[[note]]Their formal set after Joe's solo set the day before[[/note]]
* Ten Years After[[note]]British {{Blues}} band, featuring the memorable EpicRocking performance of "I'm Going Home"[[/note]]
* Music/TheBand
* Johnny Winter[[note]]The guitarist was joined by his brother Edgar Winter[[/note]]
* Blood, Sweat & Tears[[note]]The {{Jazz}}-Rock band had a huge year in 1969, with a #1 album and three songs that got to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100[[/note]]
* Music/CrosbyStillsNashAndYoung
* The Paul Butterfield Blues Band[[note]]Another Woodstock performer who died tragically young, at age 44 in 1987[[/note]]
* Music/ShaNaNa
* Music/JimiHendrix

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!! Acts who performed at Woodstock performers (in order of appearance):

*
appearance):
*'''Friday night''' (mostly folk-oriented acts to ease the crowd into the festival)
**
Richie Havens[[note]]The FolkMusic singer was hurriedly asked to go on when scheduled opener Sweetwater got stuck in a traffic jam[[/note]]
* ** Sweetwater[[note]]PsychedelicRock band whose incredible string of near-misses and bad luck gained some attention later on, including a Creator/{{VH1}} movie with Creator/AmyJoJohnson as lead singer Nansi Nevins[[/note]]
* ** Bert Sommer[[note]]A former ''Theatre/{{Hair}}'' cast member and one-time bandmate of Creator/MichaelMcKean in The Left Banke, making his debut as a singer-songwriter. He failed to get much boost from his appearance and died in 1990 at age 41[[/note]]
* ** Tim Hardin[[note]]Talented, but self-destructive, FolkMusic figure, who wrote [[Music/BobbyDarin "If I Were a Carpenter"]] and [[Music/RodStewart "Reason to Believe"]]. He also died young (at age 39 in 1980)[[/note]]
* ** Music/RaviShankar
* ** Melanie[[note]]Folkie whose BreakthroughHit came in 1970 with a song she wrote about Woodstock, "Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)"[[/note]]
* ** [[Music/AlicesRestaurant Arlo Guthrie]]
* ** Music/JoanBaez
* '''Saturday afternoon[=/=]night into Sunday morning''' (mainly a showcase for big-name acts from UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco)
**
Quill[[note]]This Boston-based ProgressiveRock band was easily the most obscure act at Woodstock. With a strong local following in their hometown, they were chosen for the festival despite not having a recording contract. They also did some advance work before the festival, entertaining the festival employees as they were setting things up, and acting as goodwill ambassadors by playing free shows in the area around Bethel. They scored a record deal in the wake of their Woodstock performance, but only released one album[[/note]]
* ** Country Joe [=McDonald=][[note]]The leader of Country Joe & The Fish was asked to go on and do a solo acoustic set when a reshuffling of the schedule left the organizers with some open slots[[/note]]
* ** Music/{{Santana}}
* ** [[Music/TheLovinSpoonful John Sebastian]]
* ** The Keef Hartley Band[[note]]Hartley was a longtime figure on the UK rock scene, having taken over as drummer of Rory Storm & The Hurricanes after Music/TheBeatles poached Music/RingoStarr, then drumming in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. His band played a {{Jazz}}/{{Blues}}/{{Rock}} mix[[/note]]
* ** The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles[[/note]]
* ** Canned Heat[[note]]{{Blues}} Rock. Yes, they ''did'' perform "Going Up the Country", the [[BadToTheBone official Hollywood "hippie" song]][[/note]]
* ** Mountain[[note]]Considered HeavyMetal pioneers. A song they debuted here was later recorded as "For Yasgur's Farm".[[/note]]
* ** Music/TheGratefulDead
* ** Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival
* ** Music/JanisJoplin
* ** Music/SlyAndTheFamilyStone
* ** Music/TheWho
* ** Music/JeffersonAirplane
* '''Sunday afternoon[=/=]night into Monday morning'''
**
Music/JoeCocker
* ** Country Joe & The Fish[[note]]Their formal set after Joe's solo set the day before[[/note]]
* ** Ten Years After[[note]]British {{Blues}} band, featuring the memorable EpicRocking performance of "I'm Going Home"[[/note]]
* ** Music/TheBand
* ** Johnny Winter[[note]]The guitarist was joined by his brother Edgar Winter[[/note]]
* ** Blood, Sweat & Tears[[note]]The {{Jazz}}-Rock band had a huge year in 1969, with a #1 album and three songs that got to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100[[/note]]
* ** Music/CrosbyStillsNashAndYoung
* ** The Paul Butterfield Blues Band[[note]]Another Woodstock performer who died tragically young, at age 44 in 1987[[/note]]
* ** Music/ShaNaNa
* ** Music/JimiHendrix


* The Keef Hartley Band[[note]]Hartley was best-known for taking over as drummer of Rory Storm & The Hurricanes after Music/TheBeatles poached Music/RingoStarr. His band played a {{Jazz}}/{{Blues}}/{{Rock}} mix[[/note]]

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* The Keef Hartley Band[[note]]Hartley was best-known for taking a longtime figure on the UK rock scene, having taken over as drummer of Rory Storm & The Hurricanes after Music/TheBeatles poached Music/RingoStarr.Music/RingoStarr, then drumming in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. His band played a {{Jazz}}/{{Blues}}/{{Rock}} mix[[/note]]


* Quill[[note]]This Boston-based ProgressiveRock band was easily the most obscure act at Woodstock. While they had a strong local following, they never broke through nationally and only released one album[[/note]]

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* Quill[[note]]This Boston-based ProgressiveRock band was easily the most obscure act at Woodstock. While they had With a strong local following, following in their hometown, they never broke through nationally were chosen for the festival despite not having a recording contract. They also did some advance work before the festival, entertaining the festival employees as they were setting things up, and acting as goodwill ambassadors by playing free shows in the area around Bethel. They scored a record deal in the wake of their Woodstock performance, but only released one album[[/note]]


* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' short "Woodstock Slappy", Slappy Squirrel and her nephew Skippy go to spend a quiet weekend in a tree in the country in 1969, not knowing that it's on the Woodstock concert site. Awoken by the cacophony, an incredibly-annoyed Slappy tries to end the concert, memorably getting into an extended WhosOnFirst argument with Skippy over the names of Music/TheWho, Music/TheBand and Music/{{Yes}}. Besides The Who, it also features NoCelebritiesWereHarmed versions of Music/JoeCocker, Country Joe [=McDonald=] and Melanie (and a very brief appearance of a Music/JimiHendrix caricature).

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' short "Woodstock Slappy", Slappy Squirrel and her nephew Skippy go to spend a quiet weekend in a tree in the country in 1969, not knowing that it's on the Woodstock concert site. Awoken by the cacophony, an incredibly-annoyed Slappy tries to end the concert, memorably getting into an extended WhosOnFirst argument with Skippy over the names of Music/TheWho, Music/TheBand and Music/{{Yes}}.Music/{{Yes}} (who Skippy kept pointing out wasn't even at the festival). Besides The Who, it also features NoCelebritiesWereHarmed versions of Music/JoeCocker, Country Joe [=McDonald=] and Melanie (and a very brief appearance of a Music/JimiHendrix caricature).

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!! Acts who performed at Woodstock (in order of appearance):

* Richie Havens[[note]]The FolkMusic singer was hurriedly asked to go on when scheduled opener Sweetwater got stuck in a traffic jam[[/note]]
* Sweetwater[[note]]PsychedelicRock band whose incredible string of near-misses and bad luck gained some attention later on, including a Creator/{{VH1}} movie with Creator/AmyJoJohnson as lead singer Nansi Nevins[[/note]]
* Bert Sommer[[note]]A former ''Theatre/{{Hair}}'' cast member and one-time bandmate of Creator/MichaelMcKean in The Left Banke, making his debut as a singer-songwriter. He failed to get much boost from his appearance and died in 1990 at age 41[[/note]]
* Tim Hardin[[note]]Talented, but self-destructive, FolkMusic figure, who wrote [[Music/BobbyDarin "If I Were a Carpenter"]] and [[Music/RodStewart "Reason to Believe"]]. He also died young (at age 39 in 1980)[[/note]]
* Music/RaviShankar
* Melanie[[note]]Folkie whose BreakthroughHit came in 1970 with a song she wrote about Woodstock, "Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)"[[/note]]
* [[Music/AlicesRestaurant Arlo Guthrie]]
* Music/JoanBaez
* Quill[[note]]This Boston-based ProgressiveRock band was easily the most obscure act at Woodstock. While they had a strong local following, they never broke through nationally and only released one album[[/note]]
* Country Joe [=McDonald=][[note]]The leader of Country Joe & The Fish was asked to go on and do a solo acoustic set when a reshuffling of the schedule left the organizers with some open slots[[/note]]
* Music/{{Santana}}
* [[Music/TheLovinSpoonful John Sebastian]]
* The Keef Hartley Band[[note]]Hartley was best-known for taking over as drummer of Rory Storm & The Hurricanes after Music/TheBeatles poached Music/RingoStarr. His band played a {{Jazz}}/{{Blues}}/{{Rock}} mix[[/note]]
* The Incredible String Band [[note]]British [[PsychedelicRock Psychedelic Folk]], considered a CultClassic in some circles[[/note]]
* Canned Heat[[note]]{{Blues}} Rock. Yes, they ''did'' perform "Going Up the Country", the [[BadToTheBone official Hollywood "hippie" song]][[/note]]
* Mountain[[note]]Considered HeavyMetal pioneers. A song they debuted here was later recorded as "For Yasgur's Farm".[[/note]]
* Music/TheGratefulDead
* Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival
* Music/JanisJoplin
* Music/SlyAndTheFamilyStone
* Music/TheWho
* Music/JeffersonAirplane
* Music/JoeCocker
* Country Joe & The Fish[[note]]Their formal set after Joe's solo set the day before[[/note]]
* Ten Years After[[note]]British {{Blues}} band, featuring the memorable EpicRocking performance of "I'm Going Home"[[/note]]
* Music/TheBand
* Johnny Winter[[note]]The guitarist was joined by his brother Edgar Winter[[/note]]
* Blood, Sweat & Tears[[note]]The {{Jazz}}-Rock band had a huge year in 1969, with a #1 album and three songs that got to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100[[/note]]
* Music/CrosbyStillsNashAndYoung
* The Paul Butterfield Blues Band[[note]]Another Woodstock performer who died tragically young, at age 44 in 1987[[/note]]
* Music/ShaNaNa
* Music/JimiHendrix

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' short "Woodstock Slappy", Slappy Squirrel and her nephew Skippy go to spend a quiet weekend in a tree in the country in 1969, not knowing that it's on the Woodstock concert site. Awoken by the cacophony, an incredibly-annoyed Slappy tries to end the concert, memorably getting into an extended WhosOnFirst argument with Skippy over the names of Music/TheWho, Music/TheBand and Music/{{Yes}}. Besides The Who, it also features NoCelebritiesWereHarmed versions of Music/JoeCocker, Country Joe [=McDonald=] and Melanie (and a very brief appearance of a Music/JimiHendrix caricature).


* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "[[Recap/StargateSG1S2E211969 1969]]", SG-1 is accidentally sent back in time to the titular year. They hitch a ride with a couple of hippies, who are headed to "upstate New York, some big concert."

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* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "[[Recap/StargateSG1S2E211969 1969]]", SG-1 is accidentally sent back in time to the titular year. They hitch a ride with a couple of hippies, hippies named Michael and Jenny, who are headed to "upstate New York, some big concert."



* In the ''{{Series/Taxi}}'' episode "[[Recap/TaxiS2E03ReverendJimASpaceOdyssey Reverend Jim: A Space Odyssey]]", Reverend Jim mentions that he was at Woodstock. ("Half a million people. Hey, you know, if I hadn't been there, there'd only have been... 499,999 people. Lucky thing for them I went.")

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* In the ''{{Series/Taxi}}'' ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' episode "[[Recap/TaxiS2E03ReverendJimASpaceOdyssey Reverend Jim: A Space Odyssey]]", Reverend Jim mentions that he was at Woodstock. ("Half a million people. Hey, you know, if I hadn't been there, there'd only have been... 499,999 people. Lucky thing for them I went.")


* Woodstock, the bird in ''{{ComicStrip/Peanuts}}'', was named after the festival.
* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "[[Recap/StargateSG1S2E211969 1969]]", SG-1 is accidentally sent back in time to the titular year. They hitch a ride with a couple of hippies, who are headed to "upstate New York, some big concert."

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* Woodstock, the bird in ''{{ComicStrip/Peanuts}}'', was named after the festival.
* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "[[Recap/StargateSG1S2E211969 1969]]", SG-1 is accidentally sent back in time to the titular year. They hitch a ride with a couple of hippies, who are headed to "upstate New York, some big concert."
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* Woodstock, the bird in ''{{ComicStrip/Peanuts}}'', was named after the festival.

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* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "[[Recap/StargateSG1S2E211969 1969]]", SG-1 is accidentally sent back in time to the titular year. They hitch a ride with a couple of hippies, who are headed to "upstate New York, some big concert."

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