Woodstock – widely regarded as the pivotal moment in popular music history, was held over three days in 1969. Originally, organizers planned for no more than 50,000 people, but by the time the event happened, it had drawn over 400,000 people. The name Woodstock was given to the event because it was the initial location for the concert but booking problems eventually forced organizers to seek another, larger venue in Bethel, New York. We are sure this was a brilliant moment in history, but aren’t sure that anybody that actually attended the event can remember a thing!