The Forget Fyre Festival – Woodstock ’99 is an original class on how not to host a large-scale musical event. Aside from just infuriating a bunch of rich kids with squalid accommodation and lackluster bread, the makers of Woodstock ’99 were unable to meet basic requirements, such as security, sanitation, and hygiene. public welfare – to the point where attendees literally burned it to the ground (with candles provided to them by staff, of course).

Younger generations are now discovering through Netflix’s new three-part documentary series Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99, in addition to piles of trash, lack of sanitation, water (unless the $12 bottled type) and staff to Keeping everything contained and safe, event organizers readily allow women to be groped, harassed, assaulted and raped by all kinds of crazy boys. –

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