Woodstock 50 Lineup Revealed


2000: Camden 1, 2003: Philly, State College, Camden 1, MSG 2, Hershey, 2004: Reading, 2005: Philly, 2006: Camden 1, 2, East Rutherford 1, 2007: Lollapalooza, 2008: Camden 1, Washington D.C., MSG 1, 2, 2009: Philly 1, 2, 3, 4, 2010: Bristol, MSG 2, 2011: PJ20 1, 2, 2012: Made In America, 2013: Brooklyn 2, Philly 2, 2014: Denver, 2015: Global Citizen Festival, 2016: Philly 2, Fenway 1, 2018: Fenway 1, 2

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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 10,922
    I like the looks of day 1 with Robert Plant, John Fogerty, and The Raconteurs 
    2000: Camden 1, 2003: Philly, State College, Camden 1, MSG 2, Hershey, 2004: Reading, 2005: Philly, 2006: Camden 1, 2, East Rutherford 1, 2007: Lollapalooza, 2008: Camden 1, Washington D.C., MSG 1, 2, 2009: Philly 1, 2, 3, 4, 2010: Bristol, MSG 2, 2011: PJ20 1, 2, 2012: Made In America, 2013: Brooklyn 2, Philly 2, 2014: Denver, 2015: Global Citizen Festival, 2016: Philly 2, Fenway 1, 2018: Fenway 1, 2

    Pearl Jam bootlegs:
    http://wegotshit.blogspot.com
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 47,215
    edited March 20
    I like the looks of day 1 with Robert Plant, John Fogerty, and The Raconteurs 
    The Killers are probably going to be the highlight/crown fave of day 1. They are actually a phenomenal live act.
    Portugal. The Man. I bet will be great for day 2, as well as Leon Bridges and Gary Clark Jr.
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 10,922
    Yeah the first two days look really good. Not much from day 3 in my wheelhouse. 
    2000: Camden 1, 2003: Philly, State College, Camden 1, MSG 2, Hershey, 2004: Reading, 2005: Philly, 2006: Camden 1, 2, East Rutherford 1, 2007: Lollapalooza, 2008: Camden 1, Washington D.C., MSG 1, 2, 2009: Philly 1, 2, 3, 4, 2010: Bristol, MSG 2, 2011: PJ20 1, 2, 2012: Made In America, 2013: Brooklyn 2, Philly 2, 2014: Denver, 2015: Global Citizen Festival, 2016: Philly 2, Fenway 1, 2018: Fenway 1, 2

    Pearl Jam bootlegs:
    http://wegotshit.blogspot.com
  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 21,179
    Nah not worth it for me ..
    jesus greets me looks just like me ....
  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 10,922
    Nah not worth it for me ..
    That may end up being the case for me too. I live only a few hours away so it's definitely a doable road trip. And I had a couple of friends that were down with the idea when it was rumored that PJ and the Foo Fighters would be headlining, but now I don't know. My one buddy loves John Mayer so he may be down to go to see Dead and Co. But I gotta still wait and see what the tickets are going to cost, and if you have to buy a 3-day pass, because day 3 doesn't interest me much. 
    2000: Camden 1, 2003: Philly, State College, Camden 1, MSG 2, Hershey, 2004: Reading, 2005: Philly, 2006: Camden 1, 2, East Rutherford 1, 2007: Lollapalooza, 2008: Camden 1, Washington D.C., MSG 1, 2, 2009: Philly 1, 2, 3, 4, 2010: Bristol, MSG 2, 2011: PJ20 1, 2, 2012: Made In America, 2013: Brooklyn 2, Philly 2, 2014: Denver, 2015: Global Citizen Festival, 2016: Philly 2, Fenway 1, 2018: Fenway 1, 2

    Pearl Jam bootlegs:
    http://wegotshit.blogspot.com
  • Gary CarterGary Carter Shea Stadium Posts: 13,860
    Nah not worth it for me ..
    QFT
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  • ZodZod Posts: 6,097
    Nah not worth it for me ..
    That may end up being the case for me too. I live only a few hours away so it's definitely a doable road trip. And I had a couple of friends that were down with the idea when it was rumored that PJ and the Foo Fighters would be headlining, but now I don't know. My one buddy loves John Mayer so he may be down to go to see Dead and Co. But I gotta still wait and see what the tickets are going to cost, and if you have to buy a 3-day pass, because day 3 doesn't interest me much. 
    I find this to be one of the hardest things with modern festivals.   When I was younger you'd get single day festivals with pretty amazing lineups (lollapalooza, ozzfest etc..).  Now there's less quality bands to fill out a roster, and they spread it out over 3 days.    This festival would be dissapointing to me.   Some modern rock bands I'm not really into.  Some solo artists from bands that I do like.   No one I would really consider a headliner.
  • tbergstbergs Posts: 5,774
    Day 1 looks amazing. Some of my favorites are on the 3rd line; Head and the Heart, Maggie Rogers and Michael Franti, not to mention the headliners. 
    It's a hopeless situation...
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  • VINNY GOOMBAVINNY GOOMBA Posts: 1,761
    Nah not worth it for me ..
    That may end up being the case for me too. I live only a few hours away so it's definitely a doable road trip. And I had a couple of friends that were down with the idea when it was rumored that PJ and the Foo Fighters would be headlining, but now I don't know. My one buddy loves John Mayer so he may be down to go to see Dead and Co. But I gotta still wait and see what the tickets are going to cost, and if you have to buy a 3-day pass, because day 3 doesn't interest me much. 
    The best guitar player in all 3 days is on Sunday-- Marcus King! He's maybe 23 years old and shreds unbelievably.  Check him out!
  • g under pg under p Surfing The far side of THE Sombrero GalaxyPosts: 17,516
    The line up on day 1 is awesome. My friend Michael Franti & Spearhead is playing and seems like a perfect trek to NY from here in Palm Beach. Gotta make this happen.

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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 27,250
    edited March 22
    I hate to sound like an old guy, but when I look at a list of the bands from the original Woodstock festival and then look at the lists from Woodstock '94 and Woodstock 50 I can't help but wonder why there was ever more than one.  Not that I have issues with the newer bands, but I have to ask, how many people would sit through three days of mud to see any of them?  Do people still get that wasted and dirty?  And I never got why the second and third festivals are called "Woodstock".  It's a whole new generation or three, a whole new music scene, and a whole new vibe-  and probably a better one- there are good reasons why Pete Townshend hated Woodstock.
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  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 21,179
    Nah not worth it for me ..
    QFT
    Where you been kid ? I hope all is well yeah no way I’m camping for three days to watch maybe 4 bands out of that lineup..
    jesus greets me looks just like me ....
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 18,550
    EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ passs.

    I'd rather got to Firefly or ACL.
  • Who PrincessWho Princess out here in the fieldsPosts: 7,220
    Yeah the first two days look really good. Not much from day 3 in my wheelhouse. 
    Hot Tuna is one of my all time favorite bands but you can probably catch them at a smaller venue.
    "The stars are all connected to the brain."
  • cdthomas1981cdthomas1981 Milwaukee, WIPosts: 161
    I'm definitely getting old.  I don't recognize 90% of these bands.
    "I wish I was a sacrifice, but somehow still lived on"
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 47,215
    edited March 22
    brianlux said:
    I hate to sound like an old guy, but when I look at a list of the bands from the original Woodstock festival and then look at the lists from Woodstock '94 and Woodstock 50 I can't help but wonder why there was ever more than one.  Not that I have issues with the newer bands, but I have to ask, how many people would sit through three days of mud to see any of them?  Do people still get that wasted and dirty?  And I never got why the second and third festivals are called "Woodstock".  It's a whole new generation or three, a whole new music scene, and a whole new vibe-  and probably a better one- there are good reasons why Pete Townshend hated Woodstock.
    I wouldn't sit through 3 days of mud to see anyone, lol. I might sit through 1 day of mud to see Led Zeppelin with John Bonham resurrected from the dead. 3 days? No. :lol:
    Obviously the original Woodstock can never be replicated or anything like that - not the vibe, not the music. I don't think they ever should have done Woodstock '94, let alone one that is meant to celebrate the original now. What this is is a regular music festival with a pretty decent lineup, although not absolutely stellar or anything. There aren't any internationally massive artists in it at all. This is not a reflection of the state of the current music scene at all - simply a reflection of a poorly planned music festival that didn't manage to attract any massive acts.
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
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  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 14,329
    When did EVERY music festival become a hodge-podge of various bands & artists that are completely unrelated in genre or style?  Whatever happened to just a good old rock fest?  Every festival is the fucking same anymore, and they're almost all watered-down as fuck.
  • jerparker20jerparker20 St. Paul, MNPosts: 1,597
    Sounds like a bunch of 40 year olds in here...

    Theres just way too many festivals out there nowadays, and so many that cater to specific types of music. It seems like there is some big festival happening somewhere every weekend of the summer. It makes these giant, destination festivals irrelevant.
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 47,215
    edited March 22
    When did EVERY music festival become a hodge-podge of various bands & artists that are completely unrelated in genre or style?  Whatever happened to just a good old rock fest?  Every festival is the fucking same anymore, and they're almost all watered-down as fuck.
    Well good question. Music festivals pretty much ALL suck now. It's just a relative matter, lol. Which shitty music festival is less shitty than the other shitty music festival? ;) I personally can't even stand multi-day festivals. Just do one day and fucking get it over with, and cater to one audience at a time, not every audience. Although I think we have to admit that these stupid festivals are good for music artists. A lot of lesser known artists get a stage a lot more often now, apparently, since every festival is somehow made suitable for their genre.
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
    With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. ~ Desiderata
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 18,550
    When did EVERY music festival become a hodge-podge of various bands & artists that are completely unrelated in genre or style?  Whatever happened to just a good old rock fest?  Every festival is the fucking same anymore, and they're almost all watered-down as fuck.
    When lollapalooza started using rap in the 90's?!?
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 18,550
    Sounds like a bunch of 40 year olds in here...

    Theres just way too many festivals out there nowadays, and so many that cater to specific types of music. It seems like there is some big festival happening somewhere every weekend of the summer. It makes these giant, destination festivals irrelevant.
    Festivals are the way to make a ton of cash now.

    Every festival has great acts now.  Woodstock has some awesome lineups but not something I'd want to be out there for 3 days for...

    I'd love to see Chance live along w RTJ, Cage and Young the Giant.

    Wayyyy too many good acts on this billing that I'd like to see, just too damn far off the beaten path for myself to want to do it.
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 47,215
    When did EVERY music festival become a hodge-podge of various bands & artists that are completely unrelated in genre or style?  Whatever happened to just a good old rock fest?  Every festival is the fucking same anymore, and they're almost all watered-down as fuck.
    When lollapalooza started using rap in the 90's?!?
    I assume he really meant to say it makes no sense to have fests that don't appeal to a generally cohesive audience. The rap at Lolla worked that way. Current lineups don't tend to.
    With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. ~ Desiderata
  • ConorKavanaghConorKavanagh 27Posts: 648
    It's just part of getting older, guys. We're less inclined to return to these festivals because we have a sense of having seen it all before. The lineup isn't great. But I'm sure to others it's amazing. Anyone questioning why they ever revisited Woodstock in 1994 and 99, it's obvious really.
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  • jerparker20jerparker20 St. Paul, MNPosts: 1,597
    Sounds like a bunch of 40 year olds in here...

    Theres just way too many festivals out there nowadays, and so many that cater to specific types of music. It seems like there is some big festival happening somewhere every weekend of the summer. It makes these giant, destination festivals irrelevant.
    Festivals are the way to make a ton of cash now.

    Every festival has great acts now.  Woodstock has some awesome lineups but not something I'd want to be out there for 3 days for...

    I'd love to see Chance live along w RTJ, Cage and Young the Giant.

    Wayyyy too many good acts on this billing that I'd like to see, just too damn far off the beaten path for myself to want to do it.
    No doubt that festivals are huge cash grabs, otherwise there wouldn’t be one every weekend of the summer.  I’m not opposed to them either. I’m going to a small one (Hinterland) outside of Des Moines in August.

    It makes me chuckle a bit reading peoples comments here that the lineups for these festivals blow because they’ve never heard of half the artists playing on them. When I talk to my cousins who are in their early 20s about these festivals, they complain that all the artist are old and blow. They’re more interested in going to hip-hop festivals or the Electric Daisy Festival. Can’t win...
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 18,550
    Sounds like a bunch of 40 year olds in here...

    Theres just way too many festivals out there nowadays, and so many that cater to specific types of music. It seems like there is some big festival happening somewhere every weekend of the summer. It makes these giant, destination festivals irrelevant.
    Festivals are the way to make a ton of cash now.

    Every festival has great acts now.  Woodstock has some awesome lineups but not something I'd want to be out there for 3 days for...

    I'd love to see Chance live along w RTJ, Cage and Young the Giant.

    Wayyyy too many good acts on this billing that I'd like to see, just too damn far off the beaten path for myself to want to do it.
    No doubt that festivals are huge cash grabs, otherwise there wouldn’t be one every weekend of the summer.  I’m not opposed to them either. I’m going to a small one (Hinterland) outside of Des Moines in August.

    It makes me chuckle a bit reading peoples comments here that the lineups for these festivals blow because they’ve never heard of half the artists playing on them. When I talk to my cousins who are in their early 20s about these festivals, they complain that all the artist are old and blow. They’re more interested in going to hip-hop festivals or the Electric Daisy Festival. Can’t win...
    That's why Firefly and ACL are sooo good.  Young hip acts peppered in with some seasoned.

    I actually argued with my 20 something cousin that it would be time well spent if we watched Skrillex instead of Eminem, lol.  I lost that discussion.

     We did leave M to watch the end of Skrillex because M was so awful and I got apologies afterward!
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 27,250
    It's just part of getting older, guys. We're less inclined to return to these festivals because we have a sense of having seen it all before. The lineup isn't great. But I'm sure to others it's amazing. Anyone questioning why they ever revisited Woodstock in 1994 and 99, it's obvious really.
    Since there is really no cultural or musical connection between Woodstock 50 and the original Woodstock, I can only think of one reason why there would be an attempt to revisit it:



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  • DewieCoxDewieCox Posts: 9,804
    When did EVERY music festival become a hodge-podge of various bands & artists that are completely unrelated in genre or style?  Whatever happened to just a good old rock fest?  Every festival is the fucking same anymore, and they're almost all watered-down as fuck.

     Since the beginning. I thought that was the whole point. The lineups are just so sprawling now to include acts from every level of every genre and sub genre.
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