In August of 1969, over half a million people flooded to a farm in the Catskill Mountains for The Woodstock Music & Arts Fair. With performances by The Who, The Band, Grateful Dead, Santana, Joan Baez, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, and Jimi Hendrix, Woodstock became one of the most legendary moments in music.
This year: Woodstock is back for the 50th Anniversary. Set to be headlined by Chance The Rapper, Jay-Z, Dead & Company, Miley Cyrus, The Killers and many more – The Music & Arts Fair returns to upstate New York August 16th-18th.
The festival will also be supporting causes that represent relevant issues facing our world today, with March For Our Lives, The Happy Hippie Foundation, Dolphin Project, and other organizations lined up.
“The original Woodstock Music & Arts Fair brought people together during a time of great social turmoil. Our 3 day celebration of peace, love and music proved that it is possible to live together in harmony and with compassion. Live with only our best selves represented. It gave people around the world hope.”
“Stand with us. Make a difference. Help heal the planet and the people living on it. That’s what Woodstock is all about.”
Tickets On Sale April 22nd