Highlights of the performances at the second Woodstock event in 1994.

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The "sequel" to the first Woodstock concert, during its 25th anniversery, featuring performances from bands like Green Day, Metallica, Cypress Hill, Blind Melon, Aerosmith, Nine Inch Nails, Rollins Band, Collective Soul, Blues Traveller and The Red Hot Chili Peppers, among others. Written by Anonymous

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One artist that performed at the festival was former Free and Bad Company Paul Rogers. Interestingly, Rogers and Free were invited to perform at the original Woodstock, but they declined. See more »

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Never Try to Repeat History
25 March 2003 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

As I said in my comment about the original festival, the first Woodstock was a miracle that came out of a disaster. This was just a bunch of greedy promoters, including Michael Lang, that tried to recapture the magic of the original concert. Sure, the bill was great (Aerosmith, Santana, Sheryl Crow etc.), but there was not the spirit that the original event had. Also, the first concert was held against the backdrop of a country in turmoil and the original was a microcosm of that turmoil. Another thing about the original was that it was the last gasp of the peace and love generation, while this festival was just the first major gathering of "Generation X".


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