All Points Wet

The 40th anniversary Woodstock concert may have been canceled, but an estimated 70,000 concertgoers at least got to relive the infamous rains and mud at the second annual All Points West music fest at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, N.J. July 31 through Aug. 2.

Torrential rains followed by intermittent sunshine created a mucky mess but didn’t seem to dampen spirits for sets including Jay-Z (taking over first-day headlining duties for the Beastie Boys), Coldplay, Tool, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, My Bloody Valentine, Echo & The Bunnymen, MGMT, Vampire Weekend, Fleet Foxes and a surprise reunion of hip-hop collective Organized Konfusion.

The festival, produced by AEG Live, left parts of the New Jersey park site across the Hudson from New York City a muddy shambles. Organizers are surveying the damage and plan to re-seed areas of Liberty State Park that were turned to muck.