Festivals: Amped Up Experiences
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Over four days in 1969, more than half a million people gathered on a dairy farm in Bethel, New York for what would become known as one of the most legendary music festivals of all time—Woodstock.
Though festivals had been celebrated since antiquity, Woodstock helped cement the music festival as an important part of North American culture and a thriving industry. Hear how new ideas, technology and design have transformed festivals into the immersive experiences they are today while providing spaces for human belonging and community.
Featuring Joel Rosenman, Gina Arnold, Christian McBride, Stephen Lieberman and Dede Flemming.
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