31 Pictures That Show Just How Crazy Woodstock Really Was

31 Pictures That Show Just How Crazy Woodstock Really Was

Jimi Hendrix @ Woodstock 1969 (High Quality Photoshoot) por SankeMKD, This handout photo by Henry Diltz shows musician Jimi Hendrix at the original Woodstock festival in Bethel, New York in August

Carrinha Hippie e seus ocupantes em Woodstock, 1969. É visivel o ambiente de paz, apreciação de musica,....

Carrinha Hippie e seus ocupantes em Woodstock, 1969. É visivel o ambiente de paz, apreciação de musica,....

Other photos showed signs pointing music lovers to the 'groovy way' - as if they didn't know already - and a sign which read: 'Love your animal friends don't eat them' (1969)

Legendary photographer unveils evocative images from Woodstock

Other photos showed signs pointing music lovers to the 'groovy way' - as if they didn't know already - and a sign which read: 'Love your animal friends don't eat them' (1969)

A little throwback for you festival addicts? | #SHOPTobi | Festival Fanatic | Find your festival look at www.TOBI.com

What Kind Of Hippie Are You?

A little throwback for you festival addicts? | #SHOPTobi | Festival Fanatic | Find your festival look at www.TOBI.com

Iconic: This image of Bobbi and Nick Ercoline, wrapped in a muddy blanket, became one of the most well-known photographs of Woodstock

Forty years after Woodstock, what happened to the couple in the photograph that defined a generation

Iconic: This image of Bobbi and Nick Ercoline, wrapped in a muddy blanket, became one of the most well-known photographs of Woodstock

“Bombing for peace is like fucking for virginity.” Anti-Vietnam war protest (1969)

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“Bombing for peace is like fucking for virginity.” Anti-Vietnam war protest (1969)

'...what are we fighting for? Don't ask me, I don't give a damn. Next stop is Vietnam.' Country Joe and the Fish. Woodstock, 1969. I was born 20 years later but I feel in my bones that I was there, I must have been there. http://chloethurlow.com/2014/07/sex-every-day/

'...what are we fighting for? Don't ask me, I don't give a damn. Next stop is Vietnam.' Country Joe and the Fish. Woodstock, 1969. I was born 20 years later but I feel in my bones that I was there, I must have been there. http://chloethurlow.com/2014/07/sex-every-day/

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