Woodstock 50 To Include Plenty Of Nashville Talent

Woodstock is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a giant festival at Watkins Glen, New York, slated for Aug. 16-18. Performers with Nashville ties who are set to appear include The Ranconteurs, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Larkin Poe, Anderson East, The Black Keys, Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price, Soccer Mommy, Judah & The Lion, Brandi Carlile, and Cage the Elephant.

Dead and Company, John Fogerty, Santana, John Sebastian, Country Joe McDonald, Canned Heat and Hot Tuna – all acts that took part in the 1969 festival –are part of the upcoming Woodstock 50 anniversary festival.

Tickets for Woodstock 50 will go on sale April 22. Complete information is available on the festival’s website. Woodstock 50 will support causes that represent the issues of the times, including Conservation International, Hiring America, The Dolphin Project, March For Our Lives, and more.

Woodstock 50 Lineup:

Aug. 16:
The Killers
Miley Cyrus
Santana
The Lumineers
The Raconteurs
Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
John Fogerty
Run the Jewels
The Head and the Heart
Maggie Rogers
Michael Franti & Spearhead
Bishop Briggs
Anderson East
Akron
Princess Nokia
John Sebastian
Melanie
Grandson
Fever 333
Dorothy
Flora Cash
Larkin Poe
Brian Cadd
Ninet Tayeb

Aug. 17:
Dead & Company
Chance the Rapper
The Black Keys
Sturgill Simpson
Greta Van Fleet
Portugal
The Man
Leon Bridges
Gary Clark Jr.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
David Crosby and Friends
Dawes
Margo Price
Nahko and Medicine for the People
India Arie
Jade Bird
Country Joe McDonald
Rival Sons
Emily King
Soccer Mommy
Sir
Taylor Bennett
Amy Helm
Courtney Hadwin
Pearl
John-Robert
IAMDDB

Aug. 18:
Jay-Z
Imagine Dragons
Halsey
Cage the Elephant
Brandi Carlile
Janelle Monae
Young the Giant
Courtney Barnett
Common
Vince Staples
Judah and the Lion
Earl Sweatshirt
Boygenius
Reignwolf
The Zombies
Canned Heat
Hot Tuna
Pussy Riot
Cherry Glazerr
Leven Kali
The Marcus King Band
Victory
Hollis Brown
John Craigie
Amigo the Devil
Liz Brasher

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