Top music festival performances of all time 0
Music festivals can be a make or break proposition for an up-and-coming band - or a huge attention grabber for those who are already filling big venues. With summer underway in Canada -- and festival season with it -- we ask: will anything in the coming months match these iconic, memorable festival performances? No, we doubt it, too.
6. Radiohead, Glastonbury 1997
With their seminole 1997 album OK Computer just in stores, Thom Yorke and the gang break out the early hits and mix up tracks from the well-received disc. The crowd feeds off their energy, and the usually straight-faced frontman is all smiles, as if he knew that this was a key moment in the band's career.
5. Janis Joplin, Monterey Pop Festival 1967