Okay, it wasn’t exactly Woodstock.
There was wine, not weed.
Lawn chairs replaced sleeping bags.
But the Levitt Pavilion opened its 39th season tonight with a ’60s band, and the landfill next to the library was as packed as Yasgur’s farm 43 years ago.
The group — whose members have backed Paul McCartney, The Beach Boys, Mick Jagger, the Bee Gees, Bruce Springsteen, Pete Townshend, Ronnie Spector and more — played a wide range of the greatest music in the world: “Soul Kitchen,” “Got to Get You Into My life,” “Sunny Afternoon” and “Mr. Spaceman,” to name 4.
In between songs there were ads for Mr. Clean, the “Addams Family” theme music, and a promo for the WMCA Good Guys.
The audience ranged from 8 to 80, as they say. Many were in their 60s — befitting a ’60s tribute band.
They all had fun fun fun till their daddy took their T-Bird away.