(Limited seating is available in the lounge/bar area)All tickets purchased online will be available at Will Call at the theater Box Office on the day of the show. Tickets will NOT be mailed out. No flash photography please.
On Saturday, December 8th at 9:00 pm, the audience will have the opportunity to relive the glorious Woodstock Festival though the incredible live performances by some of the Northeast's best singers and musicians replicating the appearance and music of Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Grace Slick, Joe Cocker, Jerry Garcia, Roger Daltrey, Melanie and more. Even Jim Morrison was invited in celebration of his 69th birthday. A fun and exciting 3 hour tribute concert where the audience will be immersed in the sixties again.
This show has played to rave reviews throughout the Northeast at The Proctors Theatre, The Egg Theatre, The Oneonta Theatre, The Harley Rendezvous and many Colleges and Universities.
The late 1960's, a time of turmoil and cultural revolution. The civil rights movement, the Vietnam War, the feminist movement and Nixon's presidency all challenged preconceived, traditional American values and social mores. As Bob Dylan sang, "The Times, they are a changing."
The catalysts of the "revolution" were American youth, many on college campuses, and musicians whose message represented their collective voices. In the summer of 1969, a music festival called WOODSTOCK became the immortal symbol of the "Summer of Love" and dreams of a world characterized by peace and love, and our music and culture were forever changed.
Woodstock Era Experience on YouTube.