Woodstock 50th Anniversary Rumored For 2019 With Insane Lineup
2019 will mark 50 years since the iconic first-ever Woodstock. 2019 may also be a year it makes a celebratory return.
The fiftieth-anniversary Woodstock would probably rival any festival in size, other than maybe the first ever Woodstock. Just remember, this is all completely speculatory. Still, there are some really important things to know.
According to Syracuse.com, Michael Lang (promoter of the first Woodstock festival) made this comment to the Poughkeepsie Journal: "We have definite plans" also said, "I'm excited".
If that promoter is talking about it, it could definitely happen.
But you're here for the lineup, right?
- Daft Punk
- Ariana Grande
- The Weekend
- Mumford & Sons
- Elton John
- Bruce Springsteen
- Foo Fighters
- Zac Brown Band
- The Who
- Pearl Jam
- Doobie Brothers
- Neil Young
- Graham Nash
- Jason Aldean
- Florida Georgia Line
Remember, this list is only rumored. But, if this is a reality, this honestly could be the largest festival they could possibly have. It is a huge blend of a lot of musical tastes ranging from rock to county, alternative to EDM, classic rock to pop, and every sub-genre in between.
Would you go?
Read more about the potential Woodstock 2019 at the link below from Syracuse.com.