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Max Yasgur's Farm


If not for farmer Max Yasgur, the Woodstock Music Festival might not have taken place. Two Catskills villages refused to accommodate it; he opened his field.
Max Yasgur's Farm

Music, and the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, today occupy the land where Max Yasgur's alfalfa once grew.

© Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.
Built to accommodate large, music-loving crowds, the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts pays homage to Max Yasgur and the Woodstock Music Festival that turned this rural corner of New York State into a place known throughout the world.

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