Watch New Trailer of Woodstock ’99 Upcoming Documentary In HBO

Watch New Trailer of Woodstock ’99 Upcoming Documentary In HBO | Society Of Rock Videos

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Check It Out – “The Day the Nineties Died”

Relive the chaos of Woodstock ’99 in the new trailer for an upcoming HBO documentary. Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage arrives on HBO Max on July 23. Held three decades after the original Woodstock Festival in upstate New York, Woodstock ’99 was far from the historic three-day event that lived up to its promise of peace, love, and music.

Instead, Woodstock ’99 is best remembered for the mayhem – the overpriced bottles of water, malfunctioning porta-potties, fights, crowd setting fires, looting, vandalism, even arson, and worst of all, the multiple reports of sexual assault. Over 400,000 attendees were mostly miserable because of the scorching heat combined with the poor planning.

Directed by Garret Price and executive-produced by Bill Simmons, the film will feature interviews with organizers Michael Lang and John Scher, and musicians who performed at the infamous festival such as Korn’s Jonathan Davis, Moby, Jewel, the Roots’ Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter, the Offspring, and Creed’s Scott Stapp. There will also be appearances by fans who attended the concerts.

“We got off the bus,” Moby recalled. “And I thought: something’s not right.”

Woodstock ’99 is part of the Music Box documentary series that explores important moments or figures in music history.

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