The biggest concerts of all time
Love Parade: Dortmund (2008) -
The event in Germany was one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world. Estimated crowd: 1.6 million.
Rolling Stones: Rio de Janeiro (2006) - Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and Charlie Watts put on a huge show at Copacabana Beach. Estimated crowd: 1.5 million.
Rod Stewart: Rio de Janeiro (1994) -
One of the biggest shows of all time was the British artist's 1994 concert in Brazil. Estimated crowd: 3.5 million.
Paz Sin Fronteras II: Havana (2009) - Paz Sin Fronteras ("Peace Without Borders") was the second of a series of charity shows in Havana, Cuba. Estimated crowd: 1.1 million.
Live 8: Philadelphia (2005) - This event was part of a series of concerts that took place before the G8 Summit. Different editions happened in G8 countries as well as South Africa.
Live 8: Philadelphia (2005) - The biggest one took place in Philadelphia, with Destiny's Child among the most popular artists. Estimated crowd: 1.5 million.
New York Philharmonic: New York (1986) - The world's most popular orchestra also managed to gather a whopping number of spectators. Estimated crowd: 800,000.
New York Philharmonic: New York (1986) - The event took place in Central Park to celebrate the Statue of Liberty's 100th anniversary.
Garth Brooks: New York (1997) - The country music star put on a huge show at Central Park in 1997. Estimated crowd: 750,000-1 million
Garth Brooks: New York (1997) - The crowd went crazy for the cameos from Billy Joel and Don McLean. The event was nicknamed "Garthstock."
Isle of Wight Festival (1970) - The festival, which takes place in the Isle of Wight (UK), also had its glory days. Estimated crowd: 600,000.
Isle of Wight Festival (1970) - That edition in 1970 will forever be remembered for Jimi Hendrix's final performance.
Isle of Wight Festival (1970) - He was also joined by the Doors, the Who, Joni Mitchell, and Miles Davis, among other heavyweight artists.
Woodstock: Bethel (1969) - This was one of the most legendary festivals of all time. It all went down in Bethel in the State of New York. Estimated crowd: 450,000.
Woodstock: Bethel (1969) - Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Joan Baez, Joe Cocker, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, the Who, and Santana were the stars of the event.
Woodstock: Bethel (1969) -
The 1970 documentary 'Woodstock' featured a live soundtrack from the festival and its best moments. It even won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature.