Tickets For Woodstock ’99 Likely Brought In More Than $60 Million

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How much money did Woodstock ’99 make?

The whole thing cost $38 million to produce, per The Huffington Post. But the more than $60 million made off of tickets alone would have probably covered those production costs nearly twice over.

According to, a bottle of water, a cup of coffee, or a bag of potato chips or peanuts (just some of the snacks) cost around $4 each, and the 11 nonprofits on site working at food booths made $73,000.

While final tallies are hard to determine, it’s safe to say organizers probably turned a pretty penny when it was all over.

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