If you thought the last concert you went to was crowded, you might have missed these concerts below. Check out 10 Most Crowded Music Concert in History.
10 – Woodstock (1969) (400,000 People)
Woodstock is the one of the biggest music festival in the world. Legendary artists like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Santana and the Who was only a few of many others that performed.
09 – Toronto SARS Benefit (2003) (450,000 People)
It was for The disease SARS and saving money for foundation. Rolling Stones, AC/DC and Justin Timberlake were some of the artists that supported by performing.
08 – Simon & Garfunkel in Central Park (1981) (500,000 People)
It was a free concert that was televised by HBO.
07 – Summer Jam at Watkins Glen (1973) (600,000 People)
A huge hippy with bands like The Grateful Dead and the Allman Brothers.
06 – Isle of Wight Festival (600,000 People)
Unfortunately Jimi Hendrix had his last performance on this event. The Who, The Doors and Leonard Cohen were some of the other performing artists.
05 – Steve Wozniak’s 1983 US Festival (1983) (670,000 People)
Steve Wozniak is one of the Apple’s co-founders. It was held in California with great performers like Motley Crue, U2 and David Bowie.
04 – Garth Brooks in Central Park (1997) (750,000 People)
He is the super star of American country music in America.
03 – New York Philharmonic in Central Park (1986) (800,000 People)
They are one of the most popular orchestra in the world. Concert was for celebrating the re dedication of the Liberty statue.
02 – Jean Michel Jarre,Oxygen, Moscow (1997) (3,500,000 People)
Famous French musician The concert was for 850th anniversary of Moscow in 1997.
01 – Rod Stewart at Copacabana Beach (1994) (3,500,000 People)
Famous British Rock star, Rob stewards live performed on Rio’s Copacabana Beach in Brazil. His live music concert was widely published and success.