The Woodstock Line-up Is Here And Include Acts Such As Halsey, Jay-Z, The Killers And More
We're obsessed with the line-up already.
The Woodstock line-up is here, people.
Bringing us all genres on the three-day weekend extravaganza, the festival is known for having a pretty prestigious line-up, and this year it is in no way a disappointment.
For its 50th anniversary, the festival has pulled out all the stops, hosting headliners such as The Killers, Miley Cyrus, Jay-Z, Halsey, Chance The Rapper, Santana, Dead & Company, The Black Keys and more.
Not only that, but other performers include the likes of Janelle Monáe, MTV PUSH: Ones To Watch nominee Jade Bird, Maggie Rogers, Princess Nokia, Greta Van Fleet, Leon Bridges, Cage The Elephant and Vince Staples.
Check Out The Full Line-up Below:
Past line-ups included acts such as Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin and The Who. Santana also played the festival back in 1969. This will be the seventh festival since the original back in 1969, which led to ones in 1979, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2009, and now 2019.
Some people, however, had mixed reactions to the line-up. Taking to Twitter, many frustrated fans of the festival discussed why the line-up didn’t meet their expectations.
Some didn’t agree with the moving of the festival, as the original grounds were free.
Others felt it wasn't on target for the audience the festival usually caters too.
Others believed it was missing Lana Del Rey and Childish Gambino.
But some were happy with the festival's choice of acts.
And some need to get their tickets ASAP.
We’re obsessed with the lineup and can’t wait to see acts kill it at the festival on the 16th-18th of August in Watkins Glen, New York.