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Woodstock 50 Investors Allegedly Stole $17 Million From Festival Account

Woodstock 50 Investors Allegedly Stole $17 Million From Festival Account

<div>The founder of Woodstock 50 is claiming that Japanese investors, Dentsu, illegally stole $17 million from the festival’s back account–putting the event “in peril.” “Initially I had some concerns about linking an organization like Dentsu to Woodstock,” Michael Lang wrote in a five-page note to the company made public on Monday. According to <i>Rolling Stone, </i>Lang alleges that Dentsu had “no legal right” to cancel the event, describing their actions as “neither a legal nor honorable way to do business.”</div>

Woodstock 50 Founder: Investors ‘Illegally Swept’ $17 Million From Festival Account