Snapshots from Woodstock 50

Posted 8/21/19

'Woodstock weekend' in photos

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Snapshots from Woodstock 50


TRR photographers Amanda Reed and Jonathan Charles Fox joined thousands attending the Woodstock 50th Anniversary celebration at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.

Here are some snapshots they got along the way:  

The Doobie Brothers joined Santana onstage for a stirring rendition of Bob Marley‘s “Exodus.”  |  Jonathan Fox

Tie-dye goods were for sale and the Woodstock spirit was on display at Yasgur’s Road Reunion over the Woodstock Anniversary Weekend. | Jonathan Fox

The rain on Sunday gave concert goers a secondary show in the sky. | Amanda Reed

Arlene Falcon, aka the Tie Dye Lady, made the cover of Vogue Fashion UK last season with her stunning colorful creations. “Justin Bieber bought a pair of overalls!” She said laughing. “I just love everything tie dye.”  | Jonathan Fox

“They call me Maji, or Glowing Feather—that’s my American Indian Name.” Hector’s Inn, Bethel, NY. | Jonathan Fox

The Tedeschi Trucks Band jammed out on Sunday night before John Fogerty took the stage. | Amanda Reed

There was plenty of tie-dye as far as the eye could see last weekend. This trio was getting their shirts stamped and cancelled at the commemorative event held last week at the Bethel, NY post office. | Jonathan Fox

John Fogerty reminisced about the show 50 years ago, as he played to the full house after the rain.  | Amanda Reed

The media room in the Events Gallery at Bethel Woods was packed with people Sunday night for the last night of performances of the Woodstock anniversary. John Fogerty drew a packed house, and people with lawn passes waited for the thunder and lightning to pass on by.  | Amanda Reed


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