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Bethel Woods Center For The Arts


Nestled in the Sullivan Catskills, on the National Register Historic Site of the 1969 Woodstock festival, is a cultural destination like no other. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is where shared experiences become memories that last a lifetime. Immerse yourself in The Museum dedicated to the 1960’s, and the Woodstock festival. Stand in the footprint of the stage where Hendrix made history and imagine an audience of 500,000 stretching as far as the eye can see. Rock the night away to one of your favorite performers in the 15,000 capacity pavilion amphitheater, or in the intimate indoor Event Gallery. Enjoy a laid back afternoon with your family and friends at one of the many festivals held in the fall. Explore your creative side in one of our lectures or workshops. Kick back and enjoy the beautiful countryside. Discover Bethel Woods this year and join the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the greatest festival of all time. Same place. Different time. Still historic.



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