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Woodstock 50 Is Falling Apart After Nearly All The Headliners Pull Out

By Clark Sparky

A festival celebrating the 50th anniversary of Woodstock is turning into a hot mess.

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Woodstock 50 just can't catch a break. The festival was originally supposed to be in Watkins Glen, New York -- near the site of the original festival -- but organizers lost that spot due to permitting issues.

The festival then decided to move to another state altogether. It is now slated for the Merriweather Post Pavilion near the beautiful city of Baltimore, Maryland.


Location changes haven't been the only problem. The bigger concern is headlining artists dropping like flies.

First, Jay-Z pulled out of the festival. Next the Dead & Co. and John Fogerty said no thanks. Then on Tuesday night it was confirmed that the Raconteurs, the Lumineers and original Woodstock 1969 performers John Sebastian and Country Joe McDonald are all pulling out.

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