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Woodstock 50 Festival Announces The Show Will Go On Thanks To New Funding

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Woodstock 50 Festival Announces The Show Will Go On Thanks To New Funding

Woodstock 50 Festival Announces The Show Will Go On Thanks To New Funding

Reuters reports that organizers of the three-day concert marking the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival have obtained new funding.

The cash stream from U.S. financial services firm Oppenheimer & Co will allow the show to go on.

The festival is scheduled to take place August.

16-18 at the Watkins Glen motor racing venue in New York state.

Organizers have announced the 80-act lineup will include rapper Jay-Z and pop singer Miley Cyrus.

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