Send us your Woodstock memories!

The crowd at the Woodstock music festival, August 1969. (Photo by Ralph Ackerman/Getty Images)

Woodstock will forever be remembered as the music festival that defined a generation. 1969 was the year Richard Nixon took office, Neil Armstrong walked on the moon and on Aug. 15, 16 and 17, nearly 500,000 young people streamed into a sleepy farm in upstate New York to be part of something that promised three days of peace and music. What those who braved the trek to Max Yasgur’s 600-acre dairy farm in Bethel, N.Y., experienced was something much more.

Now, Goldmine readers, you can share your Woodstock experience with the world.

Goldmine’s parent company, F+W Media Inc., is publishing a hardcover Woodstock 50th anniversary book by author Mike Greenblatt for release in 2019. If you were at Woodstock and have photos and stories to share we would love to hear from you.

Email Editorial Director Paul Kennedy at (or call 800-726-9966 ext. 13470) today with your photos and stories. All images will be returned and, if used, credited in the book.

Be a part of the history. Share your experience from a three-day happening that Time called “the greatest peaceful event in history.”

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