The festival of Woodstock is considered one of the biggest and most important events in rock history. Made from Friday 15 to Monday morning August 18, 1969 the festival became a seminal moment in popular music, as well as a watershed event for the counterculture generation.
In later years, some editions were made that wanted to replicate and celebrate what was done in 1969, however it was the Woodstock from 1999which commemorated the 30th anniversary of the first edition of the festivalHowever, things did not turn out as planned.
The idea was to follow the slogan of that Woodstock from 1969 with the motto “three days of music and peace”but it turned out there was no pacifism at all since everything resulted in a fatal version of the event with a bad organization that ended in vandalism and violence and Netflix was responsible for compiling all the information on this event to create a documentary that narrates step by step how a music festival ended in chaos.
Woodstock 99 was marked by chaos, violence and disorderleaving a bad taste in the mouth for posterity, this edition was held between July 23 and 25 in the state of New York, and within its poster, it had the participation of bands like Metallica, The Offspring, Korn, Chemical Brothers, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against the Machine and Jamiroquai, among many others.
The documentary Total Bust: Woodstock 99 will give us the opportunity to know what happened in the commemoration of the 30 years of Woodstock since contains unpublished imagess as well as interviews with attendees, staff and artists who were present at this edition.
The official synopsis of the documentary describes that it will be divided into three parts and that we will be able to see behind the scenes that reveals “the egos, the greed and the music that fueled three days of total chaos”.
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