In August, 1969, half a million people from all walks of life and every corner of the country converged on a small dairy farm in upstate New York. They came to hear the concert of their lives, but most experienced something far more profound.
Hugh Romney, aka Wavy Gravy, was an American figure of the 1960s counter culture.
Max Yasgur, a dairy farmer agreed to host Woodstock on his property.
Watch chapter 1 of Woodstock.
In 1969, Joel Rosenman and his partners met to brainstorm what would become Woodstock.
Bill Hanley made Woodstock sound system that forever shaped our collective memory.