Bethel Woods Tour

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hi i'm duke devlin i'm standing in front of the museum here at that the woods side of the original Woodstock Festival why don't you join me we could check it out ah we got visitors here from all over the world they come down here and it's a good view of the stage of the whole field some people call it the monument some people call it the rocks I call it the tomb of the unknown hippy looks more like a grave only go over here with these hairy scary monsters there you go all right there yeah lean on it all year long for the years the most beautiful spot winter two most beautiful spots great can't be you know it's history don't never strike it from the books man he said here's what happened here at Bethel wood you can see the grounds where we can't the pond where we all went skinny-dipping and the field where half a million people saw one of the greatest concerts of all time we've got year-round performances on our pavilion stage featuring leading artists from rock to classical to country to jazz our museum takes visitors on a voyage through the decade and cultural revolution I bought us Woodstock whether you were at this event but you weren't even born yet you've been to this site and the museum you've been to Woodstock you

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4 Comments

aperioguitar · May 16, 2019 at 12:06 pm

Awesome!

james c · May 16, 2019 at 12:06 pm

Is it still free to get in?

Mellissa Dalby · May 16, 2019 at 12:06 pm

Cool clip! It's got Jorma and Jack (my two Dads) in it too!

hvcptechteam · May 16, 2019 at 12:06 pm

The best part of Bethel Woods is meeting Duke Devlin in person. He is the nicest most genuine person you will ever meet. The site is mystical and Duke brings it to life. It is worth the trip on a nice spring day to stop by the monument when Duke is there and listen to his memories of Woodstock. He makes everyone feel welcome!!

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