The map below details the itineraries of bands/artists who performed at both the Monterey Pop Festival (June, 1967) and Woodstock (August, 1969).  The purpose with this map is to capture the national scope of live performance of rock music during the late sixties, using the performances at perhaps the most iconic of the era’s large, outdoor music festivals.  This map is dynamic and contain numerous filtering options.  

Bands/artists who performed at Monterey Pop Festival & Woodstock for the years 1967-1971

Festival Circuit with Drew Bands


Mapping Rock Music

Pop/Rock Music Festivals 

“There was almost nowhere else than at a rock festival where it felt like one could tap so deeply and directly into the communal coronary artery of the counterculture.”–Bill Mankin

This page is dedicated to mapping prominent pop/rock festivals during the rock music era.  The map at bottom includes the following festivals, along with dates and estimated attendance.

Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival (1967) (Ca)

Monterey Pop Festival (1967) (Ca.)

Schaefer Music Festival (1967) (NYC)

Pop & Underground Festival (1968) (Fla.)

Northern California Folk Rock Festival (1968)  

Summerfest (1968) (Wisconsin)

Newport Pop Festival (1968) (Costa Mesa)

Sky River Rock Festival (1968) (Washington)

San Francisco Pop Festival (1968)

Los Angeles Pop Festival (1968)

Miami Pop Festival (Dec 1968)

Palm Springs Pop Festival (1969)

Big Rock Pow-Wow (1969) (Fla.)

North California Folk-Rock Festival II (1969)

First Annual Detroit Rock & Roll Revival (1969)

Newport 69 Pop Festival (1969)

Denver Pop Festival (1969)

Mississippi River Festival (1969)

Atlanta International Pop Festival I (1969)

Laurel Pop Festival (1969) (Laurel, MD)

Summer Pop Festival (1969)

Midwest Rock Festival (1969) (Wis.)

Seattle Pop Festival (1969)

Singer Bowl Music Festival (1969) (Queens, NY)

Atlantic City Pop Festival (1969)

Woodstock (1969)

Altamont Free Concert (1969) (Ca.)