HBO Max has released the first trailer for Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage. The documentary is set to premiere on July 23rd on the streaming services.
Executive produced by Bill Simmons and directed by Garrett Price, the doc tells the story of "the day the nineties died" with the infamous festival ending in a riot, with fires and multiple accusations of sexual assault.
Interviewed for the doc were organizers Michael Lang and John Scher, as well as Korn’s Jonathan Davis, The Roots’ Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter, Jewel, Moby, Creed’s Scott Stapp, and The Offspring.
Watch the trailer below. Netflix has a documentary series in development about Woodstock as well, although no release date is yet known.