A Radio Station Is Streaming Woodstock ’69 in Full This Weekend
Philadelphia’s WXPN will be airing the festival’s entire archived audio in real time, including the concerts, rain delays, and stage announcements.
Woodstock '99 Was a Violent Disaster That Predicted America's Future
The well-documented, pervasive misogyny of Woodstock '99 is more relevant to America in 2019 than the "free love" politics of its original iteration.
It's Time for Woodstock 50 to Just Give Up Already
After two rejections, organizers are applying for yet another permit to host a three-day festival in upstate New York.
A Complete Play-By-Play of How Woodstock 50 Became a Total Fiasco
From backstabbing to bill changes, here’s every bizarre thing that's turned the event into a disaster nearing Fyre Festival proportions.
Everything You Need to Know About the Mess That Is Woodstock 50
After its biggest investor said the festival was canceled, Woodstock's organizers are insisting the show will go on.
Woodstock 50 Has Been Canceled
Update: The festival's financier says it is done, but Woodstock 50 organizers have denied the claims.
We Talked to Woodstock Attendees About the 50th Anniversary Lineup
"I have no idea who most of these artists are, to be honest," one woman who was there in 1969 told Noisey.
Jay-Z, Janelle Monae, and Other Reasons Woodstock 2019 Might Not Be Disastrous
The festival's 50th anniversary has a lot of past chaos to make up for, but is starting out strong with a stacked lineup.
Woodstock Will Return This Summer to Help Your Freak Flag Fly
Michael Lang, the organizer of the original Woodstock, is bringing the festival back for a three-day 50th anniversary celebration in August.
Alex Robert Ross
The Burnout and Escapism Issue
From Fuzz Boxes to AI
Six decades of psychedelics and music in harmony.
This Actually Happened
We Need to Address the Line-Up for Woodstock ‘99
"The day the 90s died" was also the nexus for Generation X.
The Day Hippies Learned to Love Granola
It all began at Woodstock. Maybe.