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Bethel Woods Center For The Arts - Bethel, NY
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is a performing arts center, museum, and amphitheater, located approximately 90 miles away from New York City, at the site of the legendary 1969 Woodstock Festival. It is a truly immersive experience and a must-visit destination for friends and family of all ages. This place made history in 1969 at Woodstock Festival where 400,000 met in love and peace and also staged great performances by the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix.
You can recall every moment from Woodstock festival, by dancing on the lush green grass of 15,000 seating capacity of the world-class amphitheater or enjoy amazing concerts in rock, country, and pop by Elton John, Pitbull, Zac Brown Band and The New York Philharmonic during the summer. This facility also includes an intimate indoor performance space of 440 seats as well as a 1,000-seat outdoor terrace stage, 360-degree theatre, and the museum.
It’s the perfect place for culinary festivals and events as well as workshops, arts, and humanities programs for adults and kids, speaker series, and films. You can check out all of the upcoming events, and book tickets by visiting the ticketsonsale.com for Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.