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Located approximately 90 miles from New York City at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival in Bethel, NY, the state-of-the-art 15,000-capacity outdoor performing arts venue, intimate 400-seat Event Gallery, and award-winning Museum at Bethel Woods are set within a bucolic 2,000 a...
Wine fest and great music
I've seen countless concerts here. I love the country setting, friendly staff and amazing acoustics. Be warned you're not aloud to bring your own chairs to concerts.
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17 B been here done this traffic never changes
I just went back to sixtieth and enjoyed listening to the story of Woodstock Festival from the beginning. How nice! Flower Power!
Best show so far this summer. Blake Sheldon was fantastic!
This facility is spotless. Great place!
The best part of summer is taking in a concert here. Breathtaking views, friendly staff, cheap tickets; and great shows. Check their site for the full concert/events list.
Changing of the guard is there too.
Great place to go see a concert...I prefer the lawn seats so I can kinda move around...get there early tho and enjoy take in the whole venue including the museum...
Hell fuck yea. The best place to be!!!!
Bring your own food, but if you don't, do NOT shell out $8 for the hummus wrap. It's pathetic. Try Hungry Hungry Hippies at the top of the hill instead.
PS parking is uncoordinated , dark and unfriendly. Pay for the parking pass its worth it.
Amazing outdoor venue. GO. sold out concerts make traffic a nightmare so go early tailgate before and after...you will thank me.
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Ugh. Parking is awful. The traffic in & out is awful. Will NOT ever go to this venue again.
AMAZING venue, can't wait to see more shows here!
Have more fun than your friend.
You can bring anything in. Basically no pat down. Phucking awesome.
Mostly I watch the traffic pass by, but I hear the shows are great too! Elton John coming this September.
Plan on arriving early for big shows. Traffic can be bad before and its terrible afterwards. One road in one road out
Go early, eat at the Fat Lady Cafe or Benji & Jakes, stay for the show and use the backroads, no traffic at all. (from a local)
To get the best experience for a live music performance, sit in the middle section or the right side under the roofing area. But sit towards the back so your ears drums don't pop from the speakers.
Brooks and Dunn Concert: Come get a free Woodcocks CD just for signing emailing list!!! They're playing on the left as you enter!
Traffic leaving is horrendous...but you half to miss the last half of the show to avoid it.
Don't get stuck on 17B/CR 117 traffic (and you will for any major show)... there are plenty of back roads to get you there. Set your GPS to avoid that road entirely. Take any right heading north o
My favorite venue by far, having been to dozens up and down the Northeast and NYC. There is always traffic leaving after a show but it's not a big deal and should not deter anyone from going. The staf