Dan Reynolds Discusses The Status Of Woodstock 50
By Katrina Nattress
May 10, 2019
The past couple weeks have been embroiled in Woodstock 50 drama. Is the festival still happening? Did investors pull out? While co-creator Michael Lang begins his legal battle to ensure that Woodstock's genre-spanning anniversary weekend stays alive, one of the bill's headliners is chiming in on the festival's status. During a recent chat with Billboard, Imagine Dragons' frontman Dan Reynolds discussed what he knew about Woodstock 50.
"To be honest with you, I don't know," he said of the festival's status. "We haven't been told anything. All I can say is that we were excited to perform and we're [still] excited to perform if it takes place. As far as I know, it still is [taking place]. I haven't received a phone call telling us it's been cancelled. I've seen articles telling both ways. Long story short, you probably know more than me. I have no idea."
While that might not be the most insightful response, it is good to know the bands haven't been contacted about a cancellation. If Woodstock 50 does, indeed, end up happening, it's set to take place August 16-18 at Watkins Glen International Speedway in New York State. Imagine Dragons are slated to headline Sunday (August 18).
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