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Post War

The american way of life
Cold War - Suspicion
MacCarthy
Civil Rights

Prémio Nobel da Paz 1964
Assassinations

1925-1965

4/04/1968
06/06/1968
Vietnam War
E.UA. - 60’s

➢
➢ Assassinations
➢ Vietnam War
➢ Women’s rights
➢ Civil rights
Contraculture:
Hippie Movement - MAKE LOVE NOT WAR
What is Woodstock:
“ A half a million young people can get
together and have three days of fun and
music and have nothing ...
Founders of Woodstock John Roberts, Joel
Rosenman, Artie Kornfeld &
Mike Lang

Woodstock was a
profit making venture
title...
● 7$ for one day
● 13$ for two days
● 18$ for all three
days
● Estimate 50 000 pax
186 000 Ticket sold
Location …….
● Wallkill industrial park
was 1st Designated area,
but the town passed a law
on the 2nd July 1969
banned fes...
Max Yasgur’s Dairy farm
Elliot
Tibet
helps
find this
location.
Max Yasgur
owns the 600
acre dairy
farm
Where things went wrong:
● 3 days before the concert the
people started camping at
the festival without buying
tickets
● T...
500 000 people in attendance
Festival staff were volunteers.
The Line-Up
∙
∙
∙
∙
∙
∙
∙

Richie Havens
Jimmi Hendrix
Joe Cocker
Santana
The Who
Janis Joplin
Joan Baez
Declined Invitations:
The Beatles
The Doors
Led Zeppelin
Jethro Tull
The Byrds
Bob Dylan
Joni Mitchell
The Moody Blue
Other
Activities:
∙ Swimming
∙ Yoga
∙ American Indian Art
Exhibit
∙ “Movement City”
∙ Drug
dealing/purchasing
∙ Children’s...
• Financial loss
• Lack of food
• Lack of
sanitation

The Magic of
Woodstock

• Lack of medical staff
• 500,000 descended ...
• Special
moment
•

Social harmony

• Quality of music
• Large masses
• Bohemian dress
I came upon a child of god
He was walking along the road
And I asked him, where are you going
And this he told me
I’m goin...
The Star-Spangled
Banner
Played in front of 25 000
people
With symbology
Aftermath of Woodstock to the founders
❏ 70 Lawsuits
❏ Over 1 million Dollar in debt
❏ The Woodstock Movie was a hit
❏ 100...
A large scale event.
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  1. 1. Post War The american way of life
  2. 2. Cold War - Suspicion MacCarthy
  3. 3. Civil Rights Prémio Nobel da Paz 1964
  4. 4. Assassinations 1925-1965 4/04/1968 06/06/1968
  5. 5. Vietnam War
  6. 6. E.UA. - 60’s ➢ ➢ Assassinations ➢ Vietnam War ➢ Women’s rights ➢ Civil rights
  7. 7. Contraculture: Hippie Movement - MAKE LOVE NOT WAR
  8. 8. What is Woodstock: “ A half a million young people can get together and have three days of fun and music and have nothing but fun and music and I God bless you for it” Max Yasgur
  9. 9. Founders of Woodstock John Roberts, Joel Rosenman, Artie Kornfeld & Mike Lang Woodstock was a profit making venture titled “Woodstock Ventures”
  10. 10. ● 7$ for one day ● 13$ for two days ● 18$ for all three days ● Estimate 50 000 pax 186 000 Ticket sold
  11. 11. Location ……. ● Wallkill industrial park was 1st Designated area, but the town passed a law on the 2nd July 1969 banned festival in vicinity ● Bethel-Dairy Farm 600 acres in mid- July ● Both in the New York district
  12. 12. Max Yasgur’s Dairy farm Elliot Tibet helps find this location. Max Yasgur owns the 600 acre dairy farm
  13. 13. Where things went wrong: ● 3 days before the concert the people started camping at the festival without buying tickets ● Ticket booth and adequate fencing were not set up yet. ● So on the 15th of August it was decided free pass for everyone
  14. 14. 500 000 people in attendance Festival staff were volunteers.
  15. 15. The Line-Up ∙ ∙ ∙ ∙ ∙ ∙ ∙ Richie Havens Jimmi Hendrix Joe Cocker Santana The Who Janis Joplin Joan Baez
  16. 16. Declined Invitations: The Beatles The Doors Led Zeppelin Jethro Tull The Byrds Bob Dylan Joni Mitchell The Moody Blue
  17. 17. Other Activities: ∙ Swimming ∙ Yoga ∙ American Indian Art Exhibit ∙ “Movement City” ∙ Drug dealing/purchasing ∙ Children’s playground ∙ Free food service
  18. 18. • Financial loss • Lack of food • Lack of sanitation The Magic of Woodstock • Lack of medical staff • 500,000 descended on Woodstock • Traffic congestion • Bad weather
  19. 19. • Special moment • Social harmony • Quality of music • Large masses • Bohemian dress
  20. 20. I came upon a child of god He was walking along the road And I asked him, where are you going And this he told me I’m going on down to Yasgur’s farm I’m going to join in a rock n roll band I’m going to camp out on the land I’m going to try an get my soul free Then can I walk beside you I have come here to lose the smog And I feel to be a cog in something turning Well maybe it is just the time of year Or maybe its the time of man I don’t know who l am But you know life is for learning By the time we got to Woodstock We were half a million strong And everywhere there was song and celebration And I dreamed I saw the bombers Riding shotgun in the sky And they were turning into butterflies Above our nation We are stardust Billion year old carbon We are golden Caught in the devils bargain And we’ve got to get ourselves Back to the garden The Music · 31 acts over 4 days ∙ over 200 songs performed ∙Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ∙ American popular music
  21. 21. The Star-Spangled Banner Played in front of 25 000 people With symbology
  22. 22. Aftermath of Woodstock to the founders ❏ 70 Lawsuits ❏ Over 1 million Dollar in debt ❏ The Woodstock Movie was a hit ❏ 100 000$ debt
  23. 23. A large scale event.

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