Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the original Woodstock, Woodstock 99 was slightly the same, but with several disappointments: heat, violence, rape, expensive prices, bonfires, destruction, & the negative effects it gave the audience (it's supposed to be a "peaceful" event, not "violent"!). After it ended, there was one particular concertgoer that shared the same thoughts & words I had: "[It's] sad, man. It puts a tear in my eye. I don't see how they're gonna throw anything like this ever again. It's just a lot of people ruined it."
However, I liked several of the performances (Metallica, James Brown, Creed, Dave Matthews Band, KoRn, Bush, Jamiroquai, etc.) & a few interviews; the stage was beautiful, too. By ignoring the god forbidden audience (except the aforementioned particular concertgoer), Long Live the Woodstock Generation!