Did you go to Woodstock?


It's been said that if you remember Woodstock, you probably weren't there. But what if you have the photos to prove it? Well, now's your chance! In honor of the 40th anniversary of those three days of peace and music, we're rounding up readers' personal Woodstock photos and stories.

If you were there, scan your photos and e-mail them to photos@boston.com and be sure to include:

1. Your full name
2. Your phone number and e-mail address (for confirmation purposes only)
3. Your town
4. Any Woodstock memories or stories you want to share
5. Please include "woodstock" in the subject line
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Remembering WoodstockRemembering Woodstock
Nearly 40 years since Woodstock and with a rush of new books and an upcoming film about the festival, we look back at what made Woodstock famous — and infamous.
(AP Photo / File)