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FEVER 333 Livestream Wouldstock Demonstration In New York

Watch FEVER 333’s pop-up festival live from Poughkeepsie, New York

Woodstock 50 might have been cancelled, but it’s not going to stop FEVER 333 from spreading their message. The Los Angeles trio are channeling the spirit of Woodstock into 333 minutes of peace and music for “community, charity and change” right now in Poughkeepsie, New York.

Announced earlier this week on Twitter, FEVER 333 are holding a pop-up festival with each band on the bill raising awareness of different charity. We’re not sure who will be joining Jason Aalon Butler and co. at the fest, but the band said they would be randomly selecting slots via Instagram.

In spirit of Woodstock, as well as the beginnings of this project, we will be having a pop up festival in lieu of the Woodstock at The Chance Theater (Chance parking lot) in Poughkeepsie, NY,” reads a statement from FEVER 333. “We hope this reminds the community and any others that you do not have to wait and be given permission to activate the change you want to see. We hope this reminds the people of their power. If you cannot join us at this event, we have been fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to live broadcast this day for everyone to witness.”

You can watch the livestream of Wouldstock below.

Earlier this year, FEVER 333 visited The K! Pit in London and all-but destroyed the place. Check it out.

Posted on August 16th 2019, 8:35pm
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