“Woodstock ’99” Documentary Coming Soon to Netflix

E 354803 014 25Jul99 Rome, New York The 30Th Anniversary Woodstock Music And Arts Festival (Photo By Joe Traver/Getty Images).

You may remember hearing about the giant disaster that was Woodstock ’99, or maybe you even attended. The event aimed to bring people together by way of music, peace, and love, just like the original Woodstock (1969), and Woodstock ’94 emulated.

The New York festival invited over 90 bands to play over three days, including Metallica, The Offspring, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against the Machine, Limp Bizkit, Korn, James Brown, Aerosmith, Bush, Willie Nelson, Alanis Morissette, Lit, Buckcherry, Kid Rock, Megadeth, and many more. But the concert ended up being known for its violence, destruction, looting, arrests, injuries, and fires. The stories have been told many times, but we’ll have an insider’s look with the upcoming release of the Netflix docuseries! The date is TBD. Read the full story here, or check out Spin’s original report of Woodstock ’99 here!

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ full set at Woodstock ’99:

Rage Against the Machine’s full set at Woodstock ’99:

Metallica’s full set at Woodstock ’99:




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