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What's your favorite music festival?

  • Woodstock 69

    Votes: 5 55.6%
  • Woodstock 94

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Woodstock 99

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Lollapalooza

    Votes: 2 22.2%
  • Bonnaroo

    Votes: 1 11.1%
  • CMA Music Fest/Fan Fair

    Votes: 1 11.1%
  • Electric Forest

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Pitchfork Music Festival

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Sasquatch

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Coachella

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    9

JHDK

Release Robin's Bra
Oct 11, 2008
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Hyrule
Other. Any of the Phish Festivals. I went to It and Coventry. I wish I made it to Big Cypress, which I now live quite close to, for the millennium celebration but that was before I lived in FL. I did see them headline at Bonnaroo one time but when it's not their own festival it's not quite as magical.

Phish festivals - Wikipedia
We were the most populated city in Maine for that weekend.





 

Wolf

Jewbacca
Oct 11, 2008
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This is the heaviest music festival on the planet. Ozzfest doesn't do there U.S. tour anymore, just appears one city every year usually outside of L.A. which I need to attend again one day. But nothing beats this type of lineup and I bet Evil can agree. :\m/\m/:




 
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IdRatherBeSkiing

UPS SUCKS!
Oct 11, 2008
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Toronto, ON
I am not really into music festivals. But if you are talking about festivals, there is really one above all others. I was 7 then. Woodstock 1969.
 

scotchandcigar

arrogant bastard
Feb 13, 2009
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Vacationland
I'm guessing that the poll was supposed to stay open a little longer.
It's open again.
Vote quickly.....
OK, now that I can vote, I'll comment on my choice. While many of those festivals are awesome - especially Lollapalooza - they mostly come and go each year, but none can beat the original Woodstock. The documentary was on a few months ago, while I was flipping through channels in the middle of the night (indigestion), and although I've seen it several times, I said to myself: I'll watch a few minutes. I watched the entire thing, again. Many of the performances were like out-of-body experiences: Ten Years After, The Who (at 5am), Joe Cocker, Richie Havens, Santana, Joplin, Hendrix. And the documentary captured the vibe of that time in history.
 
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