Woodstock 50 drops eagerly awaited 2019 lineup and people aren't happy

Not off to a good start.

As you're surely aware, the ethereal legacy that is Woodstock is set for revival in celebration of the 50th anniversary since its inception. When one thinks of Woodstock, visions of long-haired, flower-adorned hippies puffing on joints and dancing to Jimi Hendrix spring to mind — so naturally people were excited about the prospect of its return. 

After much anticipation, the lineup has finally arrived and people are feeling a little jilted. Since revealing the acts set to hit the three-day festival, thousands of angry would-be punters have taken to social media to express their disapproval.

The comments section is basically a sea of constructive criticism. Notable remarks include "In all honesty, if I won an all expenses paid trip to all three days, I would pass. The lineup is that bad", "*In hippy voice* 'That's not what Woodstock was about man'" and "The Woodstock 50 lineup looks like it was curated by someone who's only exposure to music has been through the Grammy's 'Best Rock Performance' category between 2010-2013".

To be fair, the lineup has some pretty big names, but considering the legacy and spirit of Woodstock, it does feel like a bit of a miss. That being said, there's definitely something for everyone, with acts ranging from Miley Cyrus, Chance The Rapper and Jay Z to Robert Plant and The Sensational Shapeshifters, The Zombies and Pussy Riot. Maybe it's a good thing you didn't book those international flights. 

Check out the full Woodstock 50 lineup below:

The Killers
Miley Cyrus
The Lumineers
The Raconteurs
Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats
Run The Jewels
The Head and The Heart
Maggie Rogers
Michael Franti & Spearhead
Bishop Briggs
Anderson East
Princess Nokia
Fever 333
Larkin Poe
Flora Cash
Brian Cadd
Ninet Tayeb

Dead and Company
Chance the Rapper
Black Keys
Sturgill Simpson
Greta Van Fleet
Portugal. The Man
Leon Bridges
Gary Clark Jr.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Margo Price
Nahko And Medicine For The People
Jade Bird
Rival Sons
Emily King
Soccer Mommy
Taylor Bennett
Amy Helm
Courtney Hadwin

Imagine Dragons
Cage The Elephant
Brandi Carlile
Janelle Monae
Young The Giant
Courtney Barnett
Vince Staples
Judah and the Lion
Earl Sweatshirt
The Zombies
Canned Heat
Hot Tuna
Pussy Riot
Cherry Glazerr
Leven Kali
The Marcus King Band
Hollis Brown
John Craigie
Amigo The Devil
Liz Brasher

Woodstock 50 is happening at Watkins Glen, New York from August 16 - 19. For more info, head to the festival website.