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The Woodstock Flashback

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Skipper's Smokehouse [map]

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4:30-4:50 Soul 2 Earth as Jimi Hendrix
5:00-5:20 The Ditchflowers as CSNY
5:30 -5:50 Blue Dice as Blood Sweat and Tears
6:00-6:20 Scott Elliot and Talk To Mark as Joe Cocker and the Grease Band
6:30-6:50 Big Wiggler (w/special guest Marty Balin) as Jefferson Airplane
7:00-7:20 Thomas Wynn and the Believers as The Band
7:30-7:50 The Beauvilles as The Who
8:00 -8:20 Four Star Riot as Sly and the Family Stone
8:30- 8:50 Jessica Atkinson as Janis Joplin
9:00-9:20 Captain Obvious and Duh Patrol as Mountain
9:30- 9:50 Point Six as Santana



WMNF's Woodstock Anniversary Tribute/ReCreation sold out five days before the event, and hundreds and hundreds of people wanted to come but could not get tickets. It turned out to be one of the very best WMNF events ever, a day and evening of communal magic and amazing music. Now for those who could not get tickets (or those who didn't get enough Woodstock), we present The Woodstock Flashback, an evening where some of the most talked about bands at The Woodstock Tribute reprise their set - or play a variation of that set.

**There will tickets at the door for $16 Advance tickets sales at WMNF are now CLOSED


Tickets

$13.00 advance $16.00 at the door

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Skipper's Smokehouse

910 Skipper Road
Tampa , FL 33613 [map]
Phone: (813) 971 - 0666
http://www.skipperssmokehouse.com

Directions from North - I-275 to Bearss exit, then left one block to Nebraska. Go right on Nebraska for 1/4 mile to Skipper Road. Turn left and then left into parking lot.

Directions from South or East - I-275 N to Fletcher exit, then right one block to Nebraska. Go left on Nebraska to Skipper Road. Turn right and then left into parking lot.

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Also Scott Elliott as Joe Cocker with Talk To Mark as The Grease Band.



I saw this movie here in Woodstock with Ang Lee, James Shamus and Michael Lang in the audience. It’s a small movie from the perspective of Elliot Tiber, a minor player in the overall saga of Woodstock but definitely worth seeing. Win a Woodstock special edition Stratocaster guitar (like Jimi Hendrix played at Woodstock…only 40 made by Fender) and Collector's Edition Woodstock DVD and listen to RADIO WOODSTOCK 69 with music from the original Woodstock era. Watch Woodstock TV. Join our Woodstock online community. Only 2 days left to enter to win the guitar. Go to http://www.woodstockuniverse.com for details. Peace, love, music, RFWoodstock rfwoodstock@gmail.com

Woodstock Lives!

I saw this movie here in Woodstock with Ang Lee, James Shamus and Michael Lang in the audience. It’s a small movie from the perspective of Elliot Tiber, a minor player in the overall saga of Woodstock but definitely worth seeing. Win a Woodstock special edition Stratocaster guitar (like Jimi Hendrix played at Woodstock…only 40 made by Fender) and Collector's Edition Woodstock DVD and listen to RADIO WOODSTOCK 69 with music from the original Woodstock era. Watch Woodstock TV. Join our Woodstock online community. Only 2 days left to enter to win the guitar. Go to http://www.woodstockuniverse.com for details. Peace, love, music, RFWoodstock rfwoodstock@gmail.com

Woodstock Where were You? I was there!!

I was just 17 going to be 18 when I was told not to attend this great event. I am a writer and I wrote a piece about its called Its 1969 Where Were You in Woodstock? I really enjoyed myself Got an education that you only get when you see it for yourself. There were things my parents never told me, about life or growing up. I learnt it there. Although my friend was killed by a truck running him over, it was an experience I will never forget. My husband on the other hand has no desire to see the movie or having anything to do with this cause he is so much younger. Boy did he miss alot! I loved every minute of it, I partied and did not know what I was smoking let alone doing. We got wet as lobsters for the next 3 days with the rain. I could see myself dripping long brown hair with funny looking spectacles and bucked teeth. I was the ugliest kid in town. I made Ugly Betty look good! I miss Woodstock. I miss the music from that Era. I just found out that they closed a Disco in Clearwater called Bricktown 54, I never got to experience this, was wanting to go, but timing was never right. I know that All us Potheads from years ago, will really enjoy this event. I hope I can convince the deadbeat husband of mine to attend, so I can reminise on my past childhood that taught me that Anything is Possible, we can rule the world and Look we did not do so bad afterall. Blessings and you can all email me if you want lindavalentino2@yahoo.com so I can add comments in my new book coming out soon on Life at Woodstock. Thanks

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I was a 13yr old outta site bitchin chick who was ticked because my mom wouldn't let me hitchhike from just south of San Francisco to NY. Ok, okay, I get it now. My hubby was 18yrs, from Buffalo and went. One recent reflection to me was that he didn't see people getting pissed off at each other, though the helicopters terrified his brother.

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Scott Imrich - I love you so much!

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