In the muggy days of August 15th to Aug 18th in 1969, history was made in what would be the building blocks for todays modern music festivals. Woodstock brought some of the largest artists of the younger generation at the time, but little is known about the economics behind throwing such a groundbreaking event. Over the past four decades, numbers have steadily come forward on what some of the largest bands in history made to play Woodstock.
1. Jimi Hendrix – $18,000