Netflix viewers horrified by streamer’s ‘shocking’ new Woodstock documentary

Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99 is now streaming on Netflix, and many viewers are shocked and outraged not only because the festival went horribly wrong, but also because of the way the docuseries handled some of the scarier aspects of Woodstock ’99.

The New York State festival was meant to be the third in a series of peaceful music festivals that began in 1969. Instead, corruption, greed, and a mob mentality took over the event, resulting in multiple fires. , riots, destruction of property and physical violence. , septic water consumption and multiple sexual assaults.

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