It's rare to point to a single event and say, "That's what defined a generation." For many growing up in the turbulent 60's Woodstock was that seminal event. This iconic documentary covers all angles of the three-day music fest. It was a rainy summer weekend that nobody thought would be so successful. Not only did nearly every rock and folk musician of the era want to perform,but practically every teen within a 100-mile radius made the trip. Catch the crowds tuning in to live performances from Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, Joan Baez, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Santana and Arlo Guthrie, to name just a few.