400,000 - Estimated number of people who attended Woodstock festival. Only 60,000 were expected to attend.
315,000 - Feet of film shot for Woodstock film (120 hours).
7,500 - Paid (in dollars) for The Grateful Dead to perform.
6,000 - Number of patients treated during festival.
2,366 - Population of Bethel in August, 1969. Bethel is the town where the concert was performed.
1,300 - Pounds of canned food, sandwiches and fruit flown in by emergency helicopters.
450 - Cows unfenced for three days by campers.
51 - Number of caldrons of rice-carrot-raisin combo made at Hog Farm Free Kitchen by 3 a.m. Sunday, August 17.
50 - Number of additional doctors flown in from New York City on Aug. 16
31 - Number of acts that performed on main stage.
15 - Average miles walked by festival-goers after leaving their cars due to extreme traffic conditions.
10 - Number of shots fired in air by farmer fed up with noise.
3 - Number of deaths. (Heroin overdose, ruptured appendix and being run over by a tractor).
2009 aug 11 Liz King