“Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99”: Who is Michael Lang?

The new Netflix documentary Train wreck: Woodstock ’99 highlights some of the most shocking moments witnessed at the 1999 music festival. From multiple sexual assaults, vandalism and Trench Mouth (the same disease that afflicted World War I soldiers) the entire event was a disaster. Michael Lang, one of the original creators of the generation-defining Woodstock 1969, decided in 1999 that the world needed another music festival. However, almost nothing went according to plan. Here’s everything you need to know about the man you’re starring in Train wreck: Woodstock ’99Michael Long.

Trainwreck: Woodstock'99 features Michael Lang standing in front of a crowd.
“Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99” with Michael Lang | Netflix

Who is Michael Lang?

Woodstock ’99 wasn’t Lang’s first rodeo. After dropping out of New York University, Lang moved to Florida and made a living promoting concerts and music festivals. He got a gig to promote the 1968 pop and underground festival, which featured some of music’s biggest names at the time, like Jimi Hendrix and Frank Zappa. Lang eventually returned to New York, where he met Arthur Kornfield. Together, the two came up with the idea of ​​celebrating the music and art of the 1960s.

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