Dine on the Iconic Grounds of the Original 1969 Woodstock Festival!
Dear EscapeMakers — Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock with a farm-to-table feast on the sacred and iconic grounds of the original 1969 Festival. On Sunday, August 11, The Farmhouse Project will partner with Bethel Woods Center for the Arts to bring you their newest creation, Terrain & Table.
As you arrive, you’ll be greeted with a welcome cocktail inspired
by the Woodstock Festival. Nosh on small bites, make new friends,
take a selfie at the monument. Listen and sway to live music by
Mike Miz. You’ll learn more about Bethel Woods and the festival
that graced this sacred ground in Bethel, NY 50 years ago.
Once dinner is announced, take a seat at the most beautiful (and longest) farm table adorned with antique dinnerware, set for 150 guests from near and far. Enjoy a sumptuous family-style seasonal spread, made from local farm-fresh ingredients and global flavors. End the evening with a sweet treat – and new friends. The food, the music, the people, the place – this is a culinary and cultural
event you don’t want to miss. Reserve yours, today!
Make a Weekend of It – Explore the Sullivan Catskills!
Explore the Sullivan Catskills Dove Trail commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock Festival. You’ll find 50 dove sculptures perched in villages, towns, and businesses; each hand-painted by a professional local artist and inspired by the legendary event.
Visit The Museum at Bethel Woods, experience the bountiful farmers’ markets, tour the craft beverage trail or get on the scenic wild Delaware River for tubing, kayaking, rafting, and canoeing. When you’re ready to lay your head on a bed, you’ll find a variety of lodging options – inns, resorts, BnB’s, camping, vacation rentals.