Woodstock of our time!

Discussion in 'Hippies' started by sonfield, Feb 4, 2009.

  1. sonfield

    sonfield Member

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    Make sure you are there brothers and sisters!

    Its going to be legendary!

    Change is in the air... we must unite!

    Come and take part in the big walk in our fatherland Israel!

    Bless
     
  2. Buddha Fish

    Buddha Fish wanderin' fish

    can't go, got school :(
    maybe we'll cross paths one day and i'll hang out for a while
     
  3. bekyboo52

    bekyboo52 52~unknown~52

    you should post this in the backpackers forum....
     
  4. Etherwind27

    Etherwind27 Member

    Hmmm... I hope this turns out well.
     
  5. Sounds mad. But I can't go to Israel. Got uni and shit.
     
  6. c_a_r_m_a_16

    c_a_r_m_a_16 Member

    hmm... my sister's in Israel right now. But she has classes, so I'm not so sure she'd be down with this.
    I'll let her know though!
     
  7. tculi

    tculi Senior Member

    damnnnnn that would be amazing. i hope this happens again so i can joinnn
     
  8. Tuktuk08

    Tuktuk08 Member

    That sounds amazing. I wish i had the money to go. I already have a passport and all that shit, but getting to israel....idk if i'd be able to afford it.

    If i tried really hard i could probably get like 500 by march first....do you know how much money one would need to have if they were coming from the central U.S.


    ........looks like its a no go for me, cheapest tickets i could find for a round trip would be around 900 :(
     
  9. Southernman

    Southernman Boarischer Rebell

    To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, two concerts are planned in New York and Berlin for August 2009. A large portion of the original 1969 line-up (amongst others Santana, Joe Cocker, The Who, Neil Young & Crazy Horses, Grateful Dead, Joan Baez, Country Joe and the Fish) and current top stars will perform at the festivals. With the motto, “For a Green World”, special emphasis is placed on ecological concerns. The Berlin Tempelhof Airport, whose flight operations ceased in October 2008, will serve as an ideal backdrop. Michael Lang, the original and present organiser of the festival, expects between 200.000 and 300.000 spectators.

    from www.lastfm.de
     
  10. liberer

    liberer Member

    man, everyone put all their.. shit.. school, work, crap crap crap.. in front of something so different ..wish i read this thread earlier
     
  11. smokeybear2

    smokeybear2 Member

    shit israel? im broke, i cant exactly hitch across the ocean, i might try
     

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