The trailer for Woodstock ‘99 documentary ‘Cluster****’ Is Out
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In 1969, three entrepreneurs planned on hosting a music festival in New York City. The plan came into reality on August 1969, and of the most iconic festivals in the world existed, the Woodstock Festival.
The three-day music festival took place in a dairy farm in Bethel, New York which showcases big music artists. In 1999, the original festival is set to celebrate its 30th anniversary. The promotional poster released says that the event will be a “3 days of peace and music,” but what actually happened was a total opposite of what was expected.
Only this month, Netflix released the official trailer of Cluster****. It is a documentary film series, which includes rare footage and eyewitness interviews from staffs men, performers and attendees.
The event created a traffic jam due to the massive number of attendees. The facilities were not equipped to provide sanitation or first aid for the number of people attending too. Violence and riots started to spark up during the performances of Limp Bizkit and Red Hot Chili Peppers. In the trailer, Jonathan Davis of Korn said:
“When you see it with your own eyes, it is ten times more shocking.”
Cluster****: Woodstock ’99 will be released on Netflix on August 3. In 2019, the event was set to hold its 50th anniversary, but due to a series of unforeseen setbacks, the even has been cancelled.