Bethel Woods Center for the Arts announced a three-day music festival in 2019. Bethel Woods is the historic site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival. The cultural center's announcement comes a month after original Woodstock co-founder Michael Lang confirmed to the Poughkeepsie Journal that a 50th-anniversary music festival was in the works. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and Lang's Woodstock Ventures are not affiliated and a venue for Lang's festival has not been announced yet.

Bethel partnered with Live Nation and marketing agency IVNT to announce the event titled "Bethel Woods Music and Culture Festival: Celebrating the golden anniversary at the historic site of the 1969 Woodstock festival."

A press release issued Thursday by Bethel Woods described the festival as a hybrid musical and community event, featuring performances from artists "spanning multiple genres and decades," as well as TED-style talks. Multiple entertainment villages and performance areas will be established on the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts grounds during the festival.

An artist line-up has not been released for either the Bethel Woods' festival or Lang's.

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