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The legendary 1969 concert as chronicled in film. It's the concert that defined that generation: Woodstock.
But Woodstock wasn't just a concert. It was a movement for peace, for the end of the Vietnam War, as anti war protests were expressed through music that was-at the time-deemed liberating, and was a major moment in the History of the United States of America.
Woodstock took home an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1970.

DVD Features


Richie HavensHimself
Joan BaezHerself
The WhoThemselves
Joe CockerHimself
Country Joe and the FishThemselves
Arlo GuthrieHimself
Crosby Stills & NashThemselves
Ten Years AfterThemselves
John SebastianHimself
Sly & the Family StoneThemselves
Jimi HendrixHimself
Canned HeatThemselves
Jefferson AirplaneThemselves
Janis JoplinHerself
Richard AlvarezHimself - Cinematographer (uncredited)
Lawrence FerlinghettiHimself (uncredited)
Jerry GarciaHimself (uncredited)
Bill GrahamHimself - Promoter (uncredited)
Michael LangHimself - Executive Producer of Woodstock Festival (uncredited)
Chip MonckHimself - Stage Announcer (uncredited)
Hugh RomneyHimself (uncredited)
Swami SatchidanandaHimself - Guru providing opening address (uncredited)
Sidney WesterfieldHimself - Local merchant giving opening speech (uncredited)
Max YasgurHimself (uncredited)

  • Genre: Documentaries
  • Director: Michael Wadleigh
  • Producer: Wadleigh-Maurice
  • Length: 228 Min
  • Aspect ratio: 2.20:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaMar 26, 1970
    EuropeJul 29, 1994
    JapanJul 4, 1970
  • Ratings
    North AmericaR
  • Blu-ray Release
    North AmericaJun 9, 2009
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaMar 26, 1997
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