Just a few months before the 50th anniversary of Woodstock is scheduled to begin, some are speculating that the show may never happen.

The first evidence pointing to a possible cancellation is that The Black Keys dropped out. While they were a large draw, the move is not enough to force any major changes but what has fans and hopeful attendees more worried is the announcement of the official ticket on-sale being pushed back “indefinitely.”

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Booking agents were informed of the delay:  “There is currently a hold on the Woodstock 50 on-sale date.” Founder Michael Lang is casting out all rumors of a potential cancellation, even though 100,000 hopeful festival-goers are anxiously awaiting an opportunity to purchase. He has shrugged off the reports with confidence, saying they are merely “just rumors.”

In contrast to that statement, however, a source close to the matter revealed there is more confusion behind the scenes: “No one knows what the hell is going on but there is clearly a problem.” The holdup could potentially mean a hiccup with investors or site complications at the venue itself — both of which could ultimately lead to the demise of the Woodstock 50 event.

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