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Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage

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A three-day music festival promoted to echo unity devolves into riots, looting and sexual assaults.

Matt Roush

Matt Roush says...

The first in a series of Music Box documentaries from producer Bill Simmons looks back to the infamous Woodstock 99, an attempt in 1999 to recreate the iconic music festival from 30 years earlier in 1969. Intense summer heat boiled over into an explosion of rioting and destruction that became a touchstone in the rise of toxic white masculinity. Cultural critics, musicians and attendees weigh in on the carnival of disharmony 22 years later.

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