3 Of The Most Disgusting Reveals From Netflix’s ‘Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99’

The new Netflix docuseries, Train Wreck: Woodstock ’99, take a look at the 1999 music festival that originally hoped to encompass the feelings of peace and love from its predecessor of the same name. What most expected to be an outdoor concert featuring some of the best bands of the ’90s turned into a three-day nightmare of utter chaos. Here are three of the most disgusting revelations to come out of Train Wreck: Woodstock ’99.

Production still of 'Trainwreck: Woodstock '99' with a person standing in front of a giant fire.
‘Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99’ delves into the nightmarish three days of the festival. | Netflix

The lack of responsibility of the organizers of the music festival

Of the images shown on Netflix Train Wreck: Woodstock ’99, the festival appears as an absolute disaster from the first day. While the original Woodstock attendees camped out in lush green fields, the 1999 version was a sea of ​​asphalt. The people who attended Woodstock ’99 presented some of the worst examples of humanity, and organizers like Michael Lang and John Scher seem to be just fine sweeping them under the proverbial rug.

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