By Carol Obertubbesing, Board President, Woodstock Folk Festival
Thanks so much for joining us for the 35th Annual Woodstock Folk Festival — Reimagined. We greatly appreciated your participation and support. If you missed the Festival or want to watch some or all of it again or share it with friends, just go to our website, woodstockfolkfestival.org. You can click on the green button on the upper right of any page, find it in the Video Gallery, or go directly to it on this Gallery page. There’s also the option of watching just the All-Sing Finale again.
The Woodstock Folk Festival is grateful for your donations. If you haven’t yet donated, please consider a donation to help us cover expenses for this year’s Festival and help us bring you next year’s Festival. You can use the “Donate” button at the top right of every page on our website.
We hope you will also support the performers directly by going to their websites, all listed on the Festival’s Gallery page, and buying their CDs, joining their Patreon or other platforms, and donating to them.
Please watch our Woodstock Wednesdays each week, tune in for special posts and music during our celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in the U.S. next month, and continue to check News and the Calendar on our website for updates on future events. To get current information delivered straight to you each week, sign up for the email list on our website via the subscription box on the upper right of the home page.
Looking Forward to the 36th Annual Woodstock Folk Festival
Mark your calendars now for the 36th Annual Woodstock Folk Festival on Sunday, July 18, 2021, Noon to 6pm, back on Woodstock Square. We hope the following performers will be able to join us on the Main Stage next year: Meghan Cary, Cielito Lindo Family Band, Fendrick & Peck, Joe Jencks, Megon McDonough, Pete Morton, Katherine Rondeau, and Jon Shain and FJ Ventre, along with Ashley & Simpson at the Open Mic Stage and a Blues Workshop with Jon Shain. We’ll present our Lifetime Achievement Award to Megon McDonough and our “Woody” Awards to Ray Beth, Lilli Kuzma, and Chuck VanderVennet.
And remember, keep the “Power of Song” in your heart and take it with you wherever you go.
Stay safe and be well.