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.
Woodstock 50 producer Michael Lang said on Friday that a ticket sale date would be announced shortly.