Woodstock turns 50 next year and to celebrate, PBS will air a special two-hour documentary that focuses on the audience at the historic three-day festival, rather than the bands.

Speaking at the announcement press conference, director Barak Goodman describes the cultural significance of Woodstock, saying the concert goers proved “Peace and Love” were “more than just words,” as everyone got along in the rainy and muddy conditions.

The documentary was made in conjunction with American Express, who says they wanted the documentary to stand out from Michael Wadleigh’s classic 1970 film on the festival.