Apparently, one documentary isn't enough to explore Woodstock 1999.
Following last year's Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage, which premiered on HBO, Netflix is now taking on the ill-fated music festival with a three-part docuseries titled Clusterf**k: Woodstock '99. You can watch the trailer streaming now on YouTube.
A description for Clusterf**k reads, "Utilizing rare insider footage and eyewitness interviews with an impressive list of festival staffers, performers and attendees, this docuseries goes behind the scenes to reveal the egos, greed and music that fueled three days of utter chaos."
All three episodes are set to premiere August 3 on Netflix.
Woodstock '99 featured performances by bands, including Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit, but it became infamous not for its music, but for the riots and violence that erupted during the festival.