While this month marks the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival, not much is happening to commemorate that 1969 event, which saw more than 400,000 people gathered at Max Yasgur’s dairy farm near Woodstock, New York, for what was billed as an Aquarian Exposition: Three Days of Peace and Music. However, our own Woodstock has much to offer to those looking for live music. You can hear a variety of musical genres, from local artists to nationally known acts, performing in our burgeoning music scene.
Plan a visit to downtown Woodstock where, on any given evening, you can find numerous downtown restaurants, rooftop bars and a local coffee shop offering a broad variety of live music options. You can hear everything from local singer-songwriters working out new material to nationally touring cover bands plugging in, turning up their amps and belting out their hits.
Yes, even in Georgia – Woodstock is known for its music.
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