Iconic: This image of Bobbi and Nick Ercoline, wrapped in a muddy blanket, became one of the most well-known photographs of Woodstock

Forty years after Woodstock, what happened to the couple in the photograph that defined a generation

Iconic: This image of Bobbi and Nick Ercoline, wrapped in a muddy blanket, became one of the most well-known photographs of Woodstock

Jimi Hendrix closes out Woodstock in August 1969 with a two-hour set, which included his now iconic guitar solo improvisation of The Star Spangled Banner.

Jimi Hendrix closes out Woodstock in August 1969 with a two-hour set, which included his now iconic guitar solo improvisation of The Star Spangled Banner.

Richie Havens on stage by Elliott Landy, Woodstock Festival, 15-18 August 1969

Richie Havens on stage by Elliott Landy, Woodstock Festival, 15-18 August 1969

No need to go to Woodstock.  Shop Shabby Shack Vintage Denim in Courtyard Antiques (formerly known as Front Porch Antiques Mall) in the Mason Antiques District. Denim for Women & Children. Courtyard Antiques. Shabby Shack Vintage Denim, retro treasures & more! Open 7 days - 10 - 6 p.m. 208 Mason Street Mason, MI 48854 (517) 676-6388

No need to go to Woodstock. Shop Shabby Shack Vintage Denim in Courtyard Antiques (formerly known as Front Porch Antiques Mall) in the Mason Antiques District. Denim for Women & Children. Courtyard Antiques. Shabby Shack Vintage Denim, retro treasures & more! Open 7 days - 10 - 6 p.m. 208 Mason Street Mason, MI 48854 (517) 676-6388

We're goin'' up country, gotta get away. Traffic going to Woodstock: While 186,000 tickets were officially sold, those numbers were dwarfed by those still wanting in on the action. As a result, the event became free to everyone and created a demand so high many traffic jams often stretched over 8 miles long. It's believed over a million people tried to get to the event.

We're goin'' up country, gotta get away. Traffic going to Woodstock: While 186,000 tickets were officially sold, those numbers were dwarfed by those still wanting in on the action. As a result, the event became free to everyone and created a demand so high many traffic jams often stretched over 8 miles long. It's believed over a million people tried to get to the event.

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