Woodstock was one of the most iconic events of 1960s counterculture. It was a rock and roll festival, maybe the rock and roll festival, where Hendrix did his rendition of the national anthem, where The Band came back for an encore, and where The Dead did a 50-minute version of "Tun On Your Love Light." When the 25th anniversary rolled around in 1994, concert organizers put together a new version of the fest to commemorate the original. In 94, a mix billed of artists performed. Everyone from Metallica to Bob Dylan to Aphex Twin were there. This vintage Woodstock tie-dye shirt, in great condition, commemorates the 25th anniversary of the original rock fest.