Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is the site of the original Woodstock Music and Art Festival, where 350,000 or more people converged on a farm in what became known as a celebration of peace and love. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the legendary weekend, Bethel Woods presents concerts, talks and even an open-air screening of the documentary about the original event. Anniversary Week kicks off Thursday, August 15 with a screening of Woodstock: The Director’s Cut, in the very field where Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Grateful Dead, and many others made history. Weekend concert headliners at Anniversary Week include Ringo Starr and His All-Star Band, original Woodstock performers Arlo Guthrie, Santana, and Edgar Winter, the Doobie Brothers, and more. Tickets are available now; it’s $89.50-$199.50 for reserved seating, $55.50 for lawn seating, and $176.00 for lawn 4-Pack seating.