Yeap, Woodstock 1969, the world's largest rock concert/thing ever.
I was just wondering if any of you here have actually been there. I've read a lot about it, the details, but how I'm confused as to how it was important historically. I'm very curious about how this concert was different from all the others (except in size) that made it so famous.
Anyone know about this or even actually attended it? I'm sure there's some of you who lived through that time period.
Well, other than a protest, how did it change the US culturally? I still don't understand why this thing is so important.
It was the embodiment for the expression of that generation's political and moral beliefs. It was the pinacle of the sexual and cultural revolution occuring in the U.S. at the time. As far as I understand it, anyways.