Woodstock 1969

When the 1969 Woodstock Festival attracted a half million people to the tiny community of Bethel, New York, concert organizers and government entities were overwhelmed. With chaos seeming inevitable, a grassroots spirit of cooperation and collaboration between Hippies and cops averted catastrophe, and ensured three days of peace, love and music. Dan Carlson, who was one of the few police officers assigned to work at Woodstock, recounts his memories of that iconic event, and describes how his experiences there affected him both personally and professionally.  This book is available on Amazon in both paperback and digital formats.