In June 1971 over 60,000 fans from across the United States flocked to the small crossroads of McCrea, Louisiana for the Celebration of Life music festival. Local uproar, an expensive legal battle, and disruptive summer weather wreaked havoc on the eight-day lineup, which originally included the likes of Pink Floyd, the Beach Boys, and the Amboy Dukes. Shortages of food, water, and medical facilities contributed to the misery of festival-goers. This film, by Southeastern History graduate students Nicholas Brilleaux and Scott Caro, combines long-lost footage and interviews with musicians and attendees to present the story of Louisiana's forgotten rock festival.
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