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Original Site Is Now The Bethel Woods Center

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Bethel Woods Center for the Art/National Geographic

The site where Woodstock was held is now known as the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. The original hill that overlooks the field where the festival took place now has a concert pavilion and museum. Several of the performers from Woodstock have come back and performed at the pavilion, such as Joe Cocker, Melanie, Santana, and Arlo Guthrie.

The concert venue today includes a fifteen thousand-seat outdoor stage, a museum, and an intimate four hundred and four-seat indoor hall. The concerts at the venue run from June through September.

Written by Camille Moore

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