“Three Days of Peace and Music” was the mantra at Woodstock, a counter-culture festival that became a defining event for the younger generation in 1969. Legendary bands and singers like The Who, Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix were among the acts that wowed an unexpected crowd of 500,000 (so big the producers had to let people enter for free). Songwriter and Berklee College Associate Professor Mark Simos explores the significance of Woodstock through the music that
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Summer of '69: Woodstock
50 years ago, the Stonewall Riots sparked “gay liberation,” Armstrong walked on the moon, and over 400,000 young people gathered for Woodstock. Join us for a lecture series on the Summer that changed everything!
$25 ($21 for BCAE members), or attend all 3 Summer of '69 lecture and save! Click here to purchase a series subscription for only $60 ($51 for BCAE members.)
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