Monday, June 01, 2009 launches

Woodstock Ventures & Sony Music Entertainment Launch, A New Social Network Website for Live Music Fans from All Generations

NEW YORK, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Woodstock Ventures and Sony Music Entertainment have joined forces to, a revolutionary destination website for live music fans from every generation. A new social networking website devoted to the live music community, opens its doors to artists, fans, music lovers and websurfers everywhere at 11am (ET) on Monday, June 1.

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40 years after the original Woodstock Festival drew a half a million music fans to upstate New York for four days of peace, love and understanding,, the official website for the Woodstock community, is keeping those ideals alive 24-7 in a vital new online social networking community.

Utilizing a clean and user-friendly aesthetic and interface, is compatible with other online social networking sites and offers fans the opportunity to create their own profile pages.

With information on more than 130,000 events and more than 20,000 pieces of content on-hand at launch, is the web's most comprehensive live music community site, offering fans the inside story on local and national concerts, access to ticketing, artist's forums, and the unique ability to connect with other fans, compare and review their concert experiences, rate bands and concerts, post their own photos from live events they've attended and much more. offers a platform where fans can share their experiences from all of the Woodstock Festivals ('69,'94 & '99) in addition to other live concert events. is also premiering WikiStock, an interactive wiki-style encyclopedia of all things Woodstock, which will accept and incorporate contributions about the individual experiences visitors have had at Woodstock festivals over the years. will present forums to discuss environmental initiatives, social issues, and other current topics relevant to the Woodstock community. Visitors to the site can meet on a virtual village green, a platform for developing initiatives about global warming, carbon emissions, and responsible energy use. A special interactive portion of the site will make clear to the world which issues are of the greatest importance to the Woodstock community.

The site will be the ultimate source for all things Woodstock -- exclusive interviews, guest editors, previously unreleased artifacts, audio-visual content, rare photographs and other memorabilia with an online store offering a wide variety of goods including fine art prints of never-before-seen photography, music, film, collectables, apparel and books.

"Three pillars of the Woodstock Music and Art Fair, live music, community involvement and social awareness, will define the Woodstock Nation on a new frontier as the promoters of that pivotal event in Aug. 1969 set out to bring their vision of the world to cyberspace," wrote John W. Barry in his article on the site appearing in the Poughkeepsie Journal/Associated Press. has been created under the auspices of Michael Lang and Joel Rosenman, two of the founders of the Woodstock Festival. The launch of is planned to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, the historic weekend that showed the world how the youth of America could unite in peace and music.

That spirit lives on at, the ultimate Woodstock destination for the 21st century.


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Henri said...

yummy. any copyright issues with the name?

Alveena said...

i'd heard these guys had been thinking of bringing this and another woodstock live together for some time...good for them