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Carlos Santana, Santana, Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday 11 April 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Carlos Santana, Santana, Rod Laver Arena. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Woodstock 50 line-up includes Santana, Robert Plant, John Fogerty and Brian Cadd

by Paul Cashmere on March 20, 2019

in News

The Woodstock 50 line-up has been unveiled with acts spanning from the original Woodstock 50 years ago to some of today’s biggest stars.

From the original event John Fogerty, John Sebastian, Melanie, David Crosby, Country Joe and Santana return.

The 2019 Woodstock 50 event includes acts from across the era from rock, pop and hip-hop like Jay-Z, Miley Cyrus and Imagine Dragons.

Two Australian acts, the legendary Brian Cadd and one of the 21st centuries most successful exports Courtney Barnett will play at Woodstock 50.

The line-up so far:

Day 1:
The Killers,
Miley Cyrus,
The Lumineers,
The Raconteurs,
Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters,
John Fogerty,
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats,
Run the Jewels,
The Head and the Heart,
Maggie Rogers,
Michael Franti & Spearhead,
Bishop Briggs,
Anderson East,
Princess Nokia,
John Sebastian,
Fever 333,
Flora Cash,
Larkin Poe,
Brian Cadd,
Ninet Tayeb

Day 2:
Dead and Company,
Chance the Rapper,
The Black Keys,
Sturgill Simpson,
Greta Van Fleet,
Portugal. The Man,
Leon Bridges,
Gary Clark Jr.,
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes,
David Corsby and Friends
Margo Price,
Nahko and the Medicine People
Jade Bird,
Country Joe McDonald
Rival Sons,
Emily King,
Soccer Mommy,
Taylor Bennett,
Amy Helm, Courtney Hadwin,

Day 3:
Imagine Dragons,
Cage The Elephant,
Brandi Carlile,
Janelle Monae,
Young The Giant,
Courtney Barnett,
Vince Staples,
Judah and the Lion,
Earl Sweatshirt,
The Zombies,
Canned Heat,
Hot Tuna,
Pussy Riot,
Cherry Glazerr,
Leven Kali,
The Marcus King Band,
Hollis Brown,
John Craigie,
Amigo the Devil,
Liz Brasher.

Woodstock 50 has been organised by the original Woodstock organiser Michael Lang. Lang, now 74, was 24 when the original Woodstock Festival happened.

Woodstock 50 is at Watkins Glen, New York on 16, 17, 18 August 2019, exactly 50 years after the original Woodstock, 15-18 August 1969.

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