The 2024 summer concert season in New York will be launching soon. This month Hozier will open the EFCU Amphitheatre in Syracuse, Darien Lake Amphitheatre in Darien Center, NY and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs.

Not only will Bethel Woods Center for the Arts start the season with a different artist, Warren Haynes Band on June 7th, they will offer something they have never offered before. Camping at concerts.

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Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is located on the same property as the original 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair where half a million crawled in, camped and enjoyed a concert featuring artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Santana and the Grateful Dead.

From May 2024 through October 2024, guests can enjoy a variety of camping types on concert and festival days, all with stunning views of the Bethel Woods campus and surrounding landscape of the 1969 Woodstock festival site.

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Concert campers will have a variety of options to choose from. You may pitch your own tent, upgrade to glamping, or roll into the Best Road campground with your RV. Each of these options is less than half a mile from the amphitheater and the Museum at Bethel Woods.

Best Road offers car camping starting at $107, Primitive RV $172 and Premier RV at $258. Pavilion Camping options include Premiere Tent Only camping starting at $172 and Glamping starts at $335.

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Concert tickets are required in order to purchase a camping space at Bethel Woods. Here are some of the shows that offer camping:

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