While it remains to be seen if Woodstock 50 will be able to continue this summer, TMZ has revealed new details as to why financial backer Dentsu Aegis Network backed out of the event earlier this week. According to TMZ sources, the investors feared financial disaster after learning of a change in the size of the venue for the event.

Word is that the capacity of the venue was changed from 150,000 to 75,000 after Watkins Glen city officials ruled that a large chunk of the land was needed for campgrounds and festival goers accommodations.

According to the TMZ report, Amplifi Live, which is the investment arm of Dentsu Aegis Network, wanted a minimum of 100,000 attendees for the event and when the capacity for Woodstock 50 dropped, they decided to pull out of the event.

While it was initially announced by Dentsu Aegis Network that the event was canceled, Woodstock founder and organizer Michael Lang revealed that it wasn't their call to make and that "all stakeholders, including entertainers, should proceed with the understanding that the event will take place as planned." Lang is seeking to find another financial backer to replace the outgoing company. The event has acts like Robert Plant, Greta Van Fleet, The Killers, Cage the Elephant, The Raconteurs and a blend of pop and hip-hop acts booked.

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