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Cornerstone Plans Final Festival After 28 Years

Changing market and difficult economy prompt "Jesus' Woodstock" to call it quits this July.

Cornerstone Festival, the long-running Jesus People USA festival described as "Jesus' Woodstock," has announced that this July's festival will be its last, citing "changes in the market and a difficult economy."

Christianity Today profiled the festival's rise to prominence after drawing 5,000 people to its first festival in 1984.

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