The 40th anniversary of Woodstock is just around the corner, August 15 to be exact. And a plan to honor the legendary musical event was in the works, but it looks as thought it fell through.
Organizers were hoping to throw a free two-day concert, taking place in both New York and Berlin, Germany, TheRockRadio.com reports. Promoter Michael Lang had hoped that the New York concert would take place exactly on the 40th anniversary, and the Berlin concert would happen the next week on August 22 and 23.
It seems as though things fell through, and the event will not happen. It seems as though the funding for the festival fell through. Lane needed $10 million in sponsorship funds.
Lang is credited as a co-creator of the original Woodstock. He appears several times in the documentary about the festival, and also played a role in producing both the Woodstock ‘94 and the Woodstock ‘99 festivals.
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