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Rock Festivals

Great music, grim toilets - how much do you know about the wonderful world of rock festivals? 12 Questions.

 
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1

Where was the first widely promoted/attended rock concert held in the USA, in 1967?

  • Woodstock
  • Monterey
  • Altamont

2

Which 1969 festival saw Bob Dylan's first public performance since his 1966 motorcycle accident?

  • Woodstock
  • Isle of Wight
  • Toronto

3

Match the festivals to the headliners

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Left

  • Altamont 1969
  • Glastonbury 2009
  • Isle of Wight 1970
  • Knebworth 1979

Right

  • Led Zeppelin
  • Jimi Hendrix
  • Rolling Stones
  • Bruce Springsteen

4

Knebworth 1996 saw the biggest demand for tickets in UK music history (2.6m) to see which headliners?

  • The Rolling Stones
  • The Who
  • Oasis

5

Which farmer provided the land for the Woodstock Festival in 1969?

  • Matt Lansguard
  • Max Yasgur
  • Mal Dansford

6

Live Aid 1985 took place at Wembley Stadium, London and John F Kennedy Stadium...where?

  • New York
  • Philadelphia
  • Chicago

7

What farm in Somerset is the site of the annual Glastonbury Festival?

  • Manor Farm
  • Leefield Farm
  • Worthy Farm

8

Put these early rock festivals in order, earliest to latest.

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  • Strawberry Fields
  • Monterey Pop Festival
  • Altamont
  • Woodstock

9

T in the Park, the Scottish festival - what does the T stand for?

  • Thunder
  • Tennents
  • Tent

10

Which festival is held at both Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire?

  • Ozzfest
  • V Festival
  • Monsters of Rock

11

Which 1992 festival saw Kurt Cobain pushed onstage in a wheelchair?

  • Glastonbury
  • Reading
  • Knebworth

12

Which country has hosted the Roskilde Festival since 1971?

  • Holland
  • Denmark
  • Germany

 

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