What Happened To Yasgur’S Farm After Woodstock?

How much did Max Yasgur get paid for Woodstock?

The man who owned the farm: Max Yasgur.

Yasgur, who was then approaching age 50, agreed to lease some of his land to festival organizers.

His reasons were both monetary and idealistic.

He was paid a reported $75,000 for the use of 600 acres of his land, though reports on the exact sum differ..

Did they clean up after Woodstock?

Woodstock almost becomes a commune. The audience was required to pull together and take care of themselves, on their own.” … Woodstock’s trails were found to be made in the spirit of cooperative mayhem. They were free-form, and cleaned up pretty well.

Who owns the Woodstock Farm now?

Roy HowardRoy Howard, the current owner, is packing it in after years of tangling with local officials over permits for reunion gatherings to mark the 1969, three-day Woodstock music festival that helped ignite a generation.

Were there any deaths at Woodstock?

Two – number of deaths Woodstock was remarkably crime-free given that the number of people there was not far short of half of a million. There were, however two deaths that marred the atmosphere. Richard Bieler, an 18-year-old Marine due to leave for active service, was found dead of a suspected heroin overdose.

Who got paid the least at Woodstock?

Janis Joplin and Jefferson Airplane got $7,500 each. Sly and the Family Stone got $7,000 and The Who got $6,250. Folk icon Arlo Guthrie and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young earned $5,000 each. Interestingly enough, three of Woodstock’s most fondly remembered performances were by some of the festival’s lowest paid acts.

Who was the youngest performer at Woodstock?

John ‘Jocko’ MarcellinoJohn ‘Jocko’ Marcellino: The youngest person to play Woodstock.