Aug. 13, 2009— -- It has been 40 years since the iconic music festival rocked a sleepy farm near Bethel, N.Y. In recent months, Woodstock has been remembered and honored with commemorative books, DVDs and CDs, and the Broadway revival of the musical "Hair" has sparked a new generation's interest in the music and the era.
Those lucky enough to have attended Woodstock have fond memories of the concerts and the people they met along the way. If you were one of the estimated 400,000 people to attend, ABC News wants to hear your story. Share your experience below, under "Comment and Contribute."
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