Live's Woodstock '94 set embodied the best of the festival, with an electrifying performance that helped them break through to the next level. They played Day 1 on an eclectic bill with Violent Femmes, Sheryl Crow and Collective Soul. Over the next year, they were on the road constantly as the songs from Throwing Copper
permeated the airwaves. That Woodstock set was released in 2019 as part of the 25th anniversary edition of the album.
Live returned to play Woodstock '99, where they closed out their set with "Lightning Crashes." It was a very different vibe in very different musical era. Sheryl Crow was again on the bill, but the big names were very aggressive acts like Korn and Limp Bizkit. Live guitarist Chad Taylor told Greg Prato
: "'94 was really cool, and then we did the later one, and that was horrible."