Celebrate the anniversary of Woodstock with these retro music T-shirts

Enter the discount code WOODSTOCK to save 15% on rock tees!

The MeTV Store is having a sale in honor of the anniversary of the first Woodstock festival!

From August 14–22, customers can enter the discount code WOODSTOCK to receive 15% off all music-themed shirts.

Check out many of our recently added music and band T-shirts below!

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1. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River T-Shirt

A graphic tee from their 1969 album, Green River.


2. Billy Joel - The Piano Man T-Shirt

A classic T-shirt for a classic song!


3. Jimi Hendrix - Woodstock T-Shirt

Featuring Jimi at the original Woodstock Festival in 1969.


4. Journey - Much Scarab T-Shirt

The epitome of a classic rock T-shirt!


5. Styx - Circle Tour T-Shirt

A T-shirt celebrating Styx's 1978 World Tour.


6. Cheap Trick - Moto T-Shirt

A classic black and white photo T-shirt.


7. The Police - Message in a Bottle T-Shirt

Featuring artwork from the popular song, Message In A Bottle.


8. Janis Joplin - Photo T-Shirt

Featuring one of the many stars of the original Woodstock- Janis Joplin!


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View our entire selection of music T-Shirts in the MeTV Store.

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MrsPhilHarris 30 months ago
It’s odd to me that MeTV is selling Woodstock t-shirts along with Cheap Trick, Billy Joel, et al. I can see t-shirts with Andy & Gomer, Beaver & Wally, Bugs Bunny & Daffy, but not Woodstock.
country46 30 months ago
i didn't make woodstock i was 11
AgingDisgracefully 30 months ago
By the time I got to Woodstock...it was the '80s.
Everyone had gone home.
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daDoctah 30 months ago
Split the difference on the date and commemorate something actually MeTV-connected.

August 9, 1969: the death of Beverly Hillbillies recurring character Janet Trego.
harlow1313 30 months ago
Well, that settles it. Stephanie, you're goin' to the moon all right. Bang! Zoom!
LoveMETV22 30 months ago
You're right they don't sell any IDOJ shirts at the moment (MeTV) that is. Why not if they're selling
t-shirts honoring the anniversary of Woodstock, they could offer a IDOJ SHIRT. Maybe it's because they don't currently air it.
MarshalDillion 30 months ago
Straight to the moon ! No ISS layover
MrsPhilHarris 30 months ago
Horrible event.
Michael 30 months ago
Five out of eight were not at Woodstock.

No Grateful Dead, Canned Heat, Butterfield Bkuees Band, Jefferson Airplane, Joan Baez, Tim Hardin and a host of others? Not eve a Wavy Gravy shirt?

So now we celebrate Woodstock every two years, rather than every five or ten? I actually did splurge on the fancy boxed set for the 40th anniversary.
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Michael MarshalDillion 30 months ago
To be fair, two members of Journey were in Santana. Greg Rolie was at Woodstock, as part of Santana.
Michael 30 months ago
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MarshalDillion 30 months ago
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They’re from Illinois
Moriyah 30 months ago
Omg, some of the bands that I listen to on this website right here -> https://www.womg.com/ are on T- shirts!
harlow1313 30 months ago
What, no Tom Waits? No Dexy's Midnight Runners? The Velvet Underground?
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harlow1313 stephaniestavr5 30 months ago
I went off script. Actually, many of the bands listed above by Metv weren't at Woodstock. Where is their Sha-Na-Na t-shirt? You know, "grease for peace."
LoveMETV22 harlow1313 30 months ago
I think it said The MeTV Store is having a sale in honor of the anniversary of the first Woodstock festival. I think people are reading it as commemorating in which yeah a lot of those bands did not appear.
daDoctah harlow1313 30 months ago
That's the act most people tend to forget was at Bethel. Some have to be reminded that The Who were there, and Santana (they all remember Hendrix, CSN&Y, Joe Cocker, Canned Heat and the Dead though).
Michael harlow1313 30 months ago
Sha Na Na is a good point, since they were there, but would fit MeTV because of their syndicated show in the seventies. Even if the.lineup had changed. Henry Gross had left for Shannon, and Bowzer joined after Woodstock.
Michael daDoctah 30 months ago
Actually, for most people, if an act wasn't in the film, they think they weren't there. Maybe the Grateful Dead, be ause enough people know they were there. But Melanie, The Incredible String Band and others.

It gets a bit confusing, since some acts missed the movie, but are on the soundtrack album (and the Woodstock II album). And the 1994 director's cut puts a few back in. I have the fkur CD set from the nineties, more in there. And I've seen footage not in the director's cut or the extras with the 40th anniversary boxed set, so I guess that was in the Woodstock Diaries, that was on tv at some point.

Same thing happened with Monterey Pop, there were acts that didn't make the movie.
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