By Gregory Ortel
The traditional music festival famously known as Woodstock will be celebrating its 40th year of existence. The free concert which is being attended by thousands of fans is gearing up for another explosive one time concert this coming October 25th 2009. Fans are as excited as ever before because of the many surprises that will surely come their way.
The 40th year anniversary of Woodstock is going to be in collaboration with the Polish equivalent of Woodstock known as Pryztanek. From the time that Woodstock festival has started, there are many people that have been following the event. Up to now, many are excited because for sure, Woodstock will be performing another once-in-a-lifetime on-stage act of rock and roll.
Unlike any other rock and roll activities and concerts that have been shown in different parts of the world that featured many diversified rock and roll bands and artists, Woodstock focuses on the non-drug motivated concerts. Hence, Woodstock's following and fans have been increasing with each passing day and many people are really looking forward for the announcement of succeeding events and concerts.
First time in the history of rock and roll music that fans would stay for 3 days for what seemed to be a rock and roll camp. Woodstock has changed the misconception of rock music. It basically signifies that even in the midst of loud music, screaming and singing of rock music, peace can still be attained to its highest level.
So, if you are looking for another blast in rock and roll music and to actually be a part of history, then Woodstock is a place to be. Added information on the upcoming 40th year anniversary of Woodstock will be posted here in the days to come so please stay in tuned. Let's rock and roll!
Gregory has been involved with internet marketing for over 10 years. Not only is he a stay-at-home dad, but he is into building web sites and blogs. You can also check out his latest experiment at bicycle water bottles which reviews and lists the best water bottles for riding bikes. I know, it's basic.
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