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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock - a four-day celebration of peace, music and love in Bethel, New York.
Held in August 1969, the festival attracted more than 400,000 attendees.
The 1970 documentary film of the same name helped to solidify the festival as an emblem of counterculture and popular music history.
Join us this week for Noon Edition as we revisit Woodstock, talk about its lasting legacy, and how it forever changed live concerts.
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Marc Allan, former IndyStar music critic
Michael McGerr, Professor, Indiana University Department of History
Alexandra Jackiw, original Woodstock attendee