Here's a piece of Mac-trivia with which to impress your friends in the pub tonight: more people attended Steve Wozniak's 1983 US Festival than went to Woodstock in 1969.

A crowd of 670,000 joined Apple co-founder Woz for his three-day gig, which, in true Woz fashion, was designed to give something back to the community that had made him rich.

Only 400,000 went to Woodstock, and none of them remembers it anyway.

US Festival acts included INXS, U2, Van Halen, Ozzy Osbourne and David Bowie.

Unfortunately, in order to break-even Woz needed 800,000 concert goers, but since the aim of the event was to "mark the end of the Me decade and the beginning of the Us decade", that probably didn't concern him too much.

The Woz-tival comes fourth in a list, compiled by It includes concerts that were either stand-alone acts or music festival.