Woodstock 99 What Happened With Michael At The Festival
Woodstock 99 What Happened With Michael At The Festival

Woodstock 99: What Happened With Michael At The Festival?

Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99, a three-part Netflix docuseries, recalls the mayhem that erupted at the 1999 attempt to revive the Woodstock music event from 1969. However, instead of bringing people together in harmony, the 1999 edition of the festival brought riots, arson, and fatalities.

About 400,000 people gathered at Woodstock ’99, which was held a little over 100 miles away from the original location, to witness acts such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Limp Bizkit perform.

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The Number Of Deaths At The 1999 Woodstock Race

After a short period of time, though, everything went wrong. Three people lost their lives as a result of the three-day festival being afflicted by a heat wave, lack of water, sexual assault, and an audience not afraid to ignite a fire.

MTV reports that a 44-year-old man with a pre-existing heart problem died on Friday from cardiac arrest at the campground while David G. Derosia, 24, died the day before in the hospital after being transferred for a heat-related sickness. Tara K. Weaver, 28, was struck twice by autos as she walked alongside the road after her car had mechanical troubles.

Billboard reports that within a month of the festival, five rapes and countless complaints of s*xual harassment had been made public.

Who Killed Promoter Michael Lang Of The 1999 Woodstock Festival?

What went wrong at this festival is examined in the documentary Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99, which was filmed just three months before the Woodstock festival creator, Michael Lang, died of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma at the age of 77.

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For its message of peace at a time when the country was torn apart by war and protest, Woodstock 1969, which Lang co-created, became famous. While a 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock was planned for 2019 and would have featured bands from Miley Cyrus to The Killers, it was canceled. He brought the festival back in 1994 and 1999.

Netflix is presently showing Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99, a 1999 documentary about the festival.

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