Watch: Infamous Woodstock Festival Featuring Metallica, Limp Bizkit + Korn Is Getting A Documentary

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While there have been a plethora of horror stories involving concerts and music festivals throughout history, few have reached the level of insanity like that of Woodstock 1999. Some of you probably already know about the chaos involved with this festival, but for those who don’t:

Woodstock was once a major music festival that took place here in the States. It attracted a plethora of acts across various musical genres. At Woodstock 1999, metal acts like Metallica, Limp Bizkit, Korn, and Rage Against the Machine were present. Around 400,000 people were in attendance that particular year, and what ended up taking place was pure madness. Between fires, destruction of property, and more – it was a nightmare.

This infamous Woodstock festival will be covered in a new documentary coming to Netflix; said documentary is called Clusterf**k: Woodstock ’99. Per the description associated with the documentary’s trailer:

“Woodstock ‘99 was supposed to be a millennium-defining celebration of peace, love and great music. Instead, the festival degenerated into an epic clusterf*ck of fires, riots and destruction. Utilizing rare insider footage and eyewitness interviews with an impressive list of festival staffers, performers and attendees, this docuseries goes behind the scenes to reveal the egos, greed and music that fueled three days of utter chaos.”

You can view the trailer for this documentary below:

The documentary includes a plethora of celebrity interviews (such as Korn singer Jonathan Davis). Will you be checking out this documentary? Do you know anyone who was at Woodstock 1999?

Have you ever attended a concert or festival where things went very wrong? Seeing footage from this documentary reminds us of the relatively recent tragedy that took place at Travis Scott’s Astroworld. Commenting on that horrible tragedy, ex-Kiss member Ace Frehley had some real cringe shit to say. You can learn more about what he said via the link below.

KISS’ Ace Frehley Promotes Conspiracy That Travis Scott’s Astroworld Was A Satanic Human Sacrifice