After Woodstock ’99: Peace, Love And Rage: What To Watch If You Liked The HBO Documentary

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Bonus: Woodstock ’99 Podcasts

If you want an even deeper dive into the Woodstock ’99 story and its impact on the perception of everyone involved, there are two podcasts worth checking out: Break Stuff: The Story of Woodstock ’99 and Podcast ’99.

The Luminary exclusive podcast Break Stuff features a lot of the talking heads from Woodstock ’99 and was even produced in part by The Ringer, who put together the HBO documentary. It features a lot of the same stories but provides more details about the crimes, deaths, and legacy several decades later.

Listen to Break Stuff: The Story of Woodstock ’99 on Luminary.

But if you want an extensive look at Woodstock ’99 (and I mean extensive), then Podcast ’99 is, without a doubt, your best bet. With 47 episodes (and counting), this in-depth exploration of all things Woodstock is fascinating to say the least. This includes full rundowns of each day of the festival, every musical performance, and “survivor stories” from artists, vendors, security guards, and attendees that provide an unparalleled look at the event.

Listen to Podcast ’99 on Spotify.

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