It's 1969. It's August 17th. It's 8:00 AM on a Sunday morning. You come out to watch arguably the best performance in the last century. But, you didn't know this was going to be the case. You're just one of 30,000 people out of 400,000 fans that stayed for Jimi Hendrix's performance at Woodstock in 1969. You experience Hendrix and his crew's performance of a psychedelic rendition of the U.S. national anthem, and then a segue into one of his most historic songs, "Purple Haze." You might not be one of the fans in the crowd on that day, but you embody the same music-loving mindset that those fans had.