Woodstock - Half a century later


 Woodstock - Half a century later

Two events marked 1969. The first is the Moon landing, the second, less than a month later, the Woodstock Festival. While the former diverted attention from the height of the Vietnam War, the latter was not only the most important and massive counter-cultural event of the year, but also of the second half of the 20th century, with the slogan "Three Days of Peace and Music".

The three-day festival, which did NOT take place in Woodstock, but at 70 km distant Bethel and its influences, will be talked about by writer Slobodan Tišma and journalist Vitomir Simurdić, 50 years after this event took place.

Thursday, September 12, 6:30 p.m.