Woodstock 50th Anniversary Documentary Screening
Woodstock 50th Anniversary!
This August will be 50 years since Woodstock took place on an upstate New York farm for the nearly half-million young people who attended. It was an opportunity for people to escape into music and spread a message of unity and peace. Woodstock will forever be remembered as the festival that defined a generation.
The Freeland Film Festival along with Green Lake Town Square are excited to host the documentary film Woodstock, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this amazing event. Freeland promotes awareness by telling stories. The documentary Woodstock is a story like no other of its time. In 1969, a difficult time in our nation’s history, the landmark documentary Woodstock captured the watershed counter-culture Woodstock festival. It was…”Three Days of Peace & Music.” 120 miles of film was shot by 16 cameras. Please join us in this 50th anniversary of Woodstock at our new Mill Pond Terrace. From one generation with purpose, to a new generation with new purpose. Expressed through music and film.
A $10 admittance donation will support Town Square and the Freeland Film Festival.
Saturday, August 17th
Green Lake Town Square’s new Millpond Terrace