If there’s one thing to love about Netflix, it’s the documentaries.
From “Tiger King” to “Athlete A” to “Making a Murderer”. Most of the time, Netflix documentaries are riveting!
Hopefully, this will be the case with a new series about one of the wildest concerts I’ve ever been to. Woodstock ’99.
The lineup was killer all three days, with artists like Korn, Bush, Sevendust, G. Love & Special Sauce, and many, many others.
But I was only going for one reason. To see Metallica. Sure, I was looking forward to all the other bands, but Metallica was the only reason I really went.
Tickets were expensive, the drive was about five hours, but adding another Metallica show to my list was going to be well worth it.
I couldn’t be more wrong. It was absolutely horrible. From the heat to the prices of food & water, to the throngs of dirty ass people, it was not a good time.
Then, things got worse. I didn’t stick around for any of the burning or looting, but you could totally see it coming.
“we have a bit of a problem”
No word yet on a release date.