However, a new Netflix documentary shines a spotlight on one of the most notorious concerts gone bad… Woodstock 99.

Trainwreck: Woodstock 99 is a three-part documentary series that shows interviews with those involved reminiscing the event, 

mixed with archival footage of what went down at the festival in July 1999. 

The aim was to replicate the spirit of the iconic Woodstock 1969 music event, but as you know, it didn’t exactly go to plan.

The weekend has gone down in infamy, remembered for poor environmental conditions, violence, sexual assault, vandalism, fires, and beyond.

Where did it all go wrong? Well, Limp Bizkit’s Saturday set is described in the documentary as being the moment the hand grenade went off. 

So, let’s reminisce about Limp Bizkit’s Woodstock 99 performance.

However, Limp Bizkit’s set is presented as a pivotal moment of the weekend which led to many members 

of the crowd destroying property and endangering others in the crowd.