Statistics for Famous Music Festivals, Venues, and Concerts

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  • This quiz has been taken 87 times
  • The average score is 6 of 15

Answer Stats

LocationHintAnswer% Correct
New York3-day festival of "peace and music" in 1969Woodstock
88%
London and Philadelphia1985 concert held to benefit the famine in EthiopiaLive Aid
59%
Indio, CaliforniaAnnual music and arts festival since 1999Coachella
58%
Pilton, Somerset, EnglandNearly annual, a 5-day festival of music and performing arts, first organized in 1970Glastonbury
55%
Grant Park, Chicago, IllinoisFirst held in 1991, it is an annual festival focusing mainly on alternative rockLollapalooza
54%
Morrison, ColoradoOpen-air amphitheatre built into a rock structureRed Rocks
43%
Austin, TexasAnnual music (film, arts, etc.) festivalSouth by Southwest
39%
Rhode Island, USAAnnual folk festival where Dylan "went electric"{Newport} Folk Festival
31%
US/CanadaThe largest traveling music festival in the US, focused on alternative and punk music{Warped} Tour
31%
Manchester, TennesseeAnnual four-day music festivalBonnaroo
27%
United StatesAnnual concert organized by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, and John MellencampFarm Aid
27%
US/CanadaFrom 1997 to 1999, focused mainly on female musiciansLilith Fair
24%
Landgraaf, NetherlandsThe oldest and longest running annual dedicated pop and rock music festival in the worldPinkpop
22%
US/Europe/JapanFirst held in 1996, a heavy metal festival that Black Sabbath has played several timesOzzfest
20%
Union Park, Chicago, Illinois & ParisAnnual summer music festival organized by American online music publication{Pitchfork} Music Festival
16%

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