This download comes in both PDF and MS WORD format. The document has been formatted to fit perfectly on one paper (front and back) for easy printing. The text is from a 1969 New York Times article covering the Woodstock music festival. It covers everything from the deaths, births, drug-use and music. The questions are text-dependent, making the document easy and approachable for students. Enjoy!
The Woodstock Music and Art Fair is commonly referred to as the Woodstock Festival, Woodstock ’69, or simply “Woodstock”. It was a turning point in the history of popular music, and also a turning point in terms of the popularity of the counterculture scene, including drug use, promiscuity, and a rebellion against traditional American society and expectations.