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Woodstock 50 concert organizers sue investors that backed out of the event

FOXNews.com Friday, 10 May 2019
A dispute over the future of the Woodstock 50 festival has spiraled into a court fight, with organizers suing and at least temporarily silencing a former investor that sought to call off the anniversary show.
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