REPORT: Woodstock 50 Needs to Raise Millions to Keep Festival on Track

The Woodstock 50 festival is going to need a lot of cash. "Billboard" reports that the co-founder of Woodstock 50, Michael Lang, has to raise 30-million dollars by the end of the week to make it happen.

Imagine Dragons, Jay-Z, Chance the Rapper and several other acts had been slated to perform at the event. However, one of the main firms bankrolling the festival pulled out, saying it was for the health and safety of the artists and audience.

The festival was planned for August 16th through the 18th at Watkins Glen.

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