Rock Recap: Why Woodstock ’69 Was The Best Concert In The History Of Mankind

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We Can Never Have Another Woodstock Ever Again!


Woodstock ‘69 was an incredible time and unforgettable one. It came with the best music that came from gifted legends. Woodstock Festival was a cultural touchstone that led to the era of music we have today.

It was an important event and became a symbol of Peace, Love, and Music. At the time, there were several events that took place but are hardly remembered. Woodstock ‘69 was the biggest and the best. It even ended up bigger than the organizer ever intended or expected. The crowds were enormous and just kept coming and coming. The festival just suddenly became a free event.

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And one of the main reason Woodstock ‘69 was the best concert ever witnessed by mankind is that people lived in peace for three days without any kind of security. People were sharing and cooperating with each other. They shared food, shelter, and even drugs, so to speak. A lot of incredible things had happened in just one event.

There are so many words to describe how amazing Woodstock ‘69 was. A lot of things that were not possible just became real in an instant. It was the dawning of a new historical event. – And probably some who were at Woodstock ’69 can’t remember anything about it, because of something we call “ACID.”

Probably the main reason why it was the best is that of the major bands who played, Jimi Hendrix, The Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, The Grateful Dead, Joe Cocker, Santana, and so many more. Every band played their heart out on stage. Woodstock ’69 was the event that some of the rock stars of the generation build their names and their start. Keep in mind, that this was before YouTube, before the Internet, cell phones, and personal computers. – That’s how they did it.

The biggest thing about Woodstock was Woodstock itself something that will unlikely ever going to happen again.