Apparently, Woodstock 50 is happening again. Only it's not happening in New York. Woodstock 50 has been moved to Columbia, Maryland to a place called the Merriweather Post Pavillion. It's an outdoor venue, and they felt the need to save the anniversary concert. For me, I don't even care anymore. This has been nothing but a big mess from the beginning. They're now calling it Woodstock 50 Washington, since Merriweather is about an hour away from DC. And now the concert is serving mainly as a way to raise money for climate change and voter turnout. And there's still no word as to who will be performing even though ticket prices seem to be the same ranging anywhere from $129 to $595. The original idea for the show was going to have some of the original Woodstock performers like Santana and Dead and Company, along with current artists like Jay-Z and Miley Cyrus. None of those acts are contracted to appear at this new venue. You can find out more about this new venue and the current situation here. I'll keep you up to date on what's happening, but for me, I'll celebrate Woodstock 50 by going to see the Woodstock documentary at Crossgates. What about you?
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