September 4, 2010 by staff
Woodstock Fair, The 150th Annual Woodstock Fair will run all weekend, Labor Day, as it has for the past 149 years. Woodstock began yesterday in Connecticut, and will continue until the evening of Monday, when will conclude with a fireworks display.
Today you can expect to see the “Original Stars of American Bandstand” and “Barry & Holly Tashian – Country Bluegrass.”
Tomorrow (Sunday, September 5), will get to see great performances, “Blue Oyster Cult,” “Little Texas and Restless Heart.”
On Monday, the sixth, you will see “Dennis DeYount – The music of Styx” as well as the 150th anniversary of Woodstock Fair Celebration Parade. The fireworks show will begin at 8:30 Monday evening.
Doors open all four days at 9:00 AM, and the ticket office closes at 9:00 PM every day but Monday, when they close at 6:00 PM.
General admission tickets and will cost 12.00, unless you are over the age of 65. If you are 65 + and you get in for 8.00. Children under 11 are free. If you choose to drive, parking will cost an additional 5.00.
If you go, you’re sure to have a blast, just be safe and be smart.
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