It was 40 years ago that young hippies watched the sun come up at the Woodstock music festival, an event that spread the message of love and peace, and defined the 1960s.
A new museum opened last year at the site to celebrate the memory of the old dairy farmer in Bethel, NY, Max Yasgur, who welcomed the concert-goers to his meadow, more than a million strong.
These videos help paint the picture of an anniversary mood forty years later. . .