The unofficial bill is still a cause for excitement.
Music lovers are looking forward to Woodstock's 50th anniversary. Although the event's details have yet to be set in stone, unofficial information about its lineup has been revealed. It reflects previous rumors concerning the music festival's headliners with Pearl Jam, Eminem, and Foo Fighters leading the list of artists.
According to the flyer circulated via Festive Owl's social media, the lineup may also include the following performers: The Weeknd, Chance The Rapper, Pink, Lorde, Coldplay, Kesha, Ariana Grande, and many other pop acts within the genres of folk and rock music. Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia, deadmau5, Skrillex, Steve Aoki are likely to appear from the realm of EDM.
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This list remains tentative but the event itself has been confirmed. Woodstock's original founder Michael Lang issued this confirmation citing his “definite plans” for the festival's 50th Anniversary. Lang recently expressed his excitement about the upcoming project earlier this month. The official announcement is impending: “This is not a done deal yet but it’s very close.”
Woodstock's 50th anniversary is set to take place in 2019. Organizers are aiming to bring the festivities back to the location of its very first edition, with plans to populate the grounds of Bethel Woods, NY, once again.