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Woodstock was both a music festival and an emblematic gathering of the hippie culture in the 1960s. Planned to take place from 15th to 17th August 1969 and welcome 50,000 spectators, there were more than half a million people in the end, and it continued for an extra day, until the morning of 18th August 1969. Whilst the Vietnam War was raging, the hippie movement was a counterculture trend. In revolt against patriarchy, consumer society and a traditional way of life, this movement had a major cultural influence notably in the world of music.
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