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The Woodstock festival was a three-day concert that changed the way people looked at music forever At the time it was known as a music festival billed as 3 Days of Peace and Love History They Didnt Teach You in School Many of the musical acts were some of the biggest of this time such as Jimi Hendrix Janis Joplin and The Who These were some of the most influential people of the decade and many believed they showed the public the true meaning of music The Woodstock Festival gave the younger generation of people during the sixties a purpose - love This three day concert is still known as one of the most memorable and maybe the most pivotal moment in music history four days of music half a million people and the rest is history WoodstockThe organizers of the festival John Roberts Joel Rosenman Artie Kornfeld and Mike Lang were young entrepreneurs in hopes of promoting their new business Their idea was to build a recording studio in Woodstock NY for rock musicians such as Bob Dylan who already lived in the area The idea morphed into creating a two-day rock concert for 50000 people with the hope that the concert would raise enough money to pay for the studio Rosenberg The men got to work and found an area in Wallkill NY that fit their needs They made tickets for the show and began to work on finding food musicians and security Slowly things went very wrong The citizens of Wallkill did not want a bunch of drugged up hippies descending into their town Rosenberg They then passed a law banning the concert from their town The men were back to square one So in an attempt to save the festival the men organizing the event decided to move it to a six hundred acre dairy farm in Bethel NY owned by a man named Max Yasgur Rosenberg Location was set
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