Woodstock Nation details Woodstock 40th Anniversary concert

The box set features never-before-seen footage of the 40th Anniversary Concert at Bethel Woods on August 15, 2009

In celebration of Woodstock’s 50th anniversary, Woodstock Nation is pleased to announce the release of a limited edition box set of the last real Woodstock reunion concert ever to be filmed. This 3 DVD box set from the 40th anniversary concert, Remembering Woodstock, in 2009 was the largest collection of Woodstock performers since the original festival in 1969.

The set includes four hours of live music from Jefferson Starship, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Country Joe McDonald, Canned Heat, Mountain, and Tom Constanten of the Grateful Dead. Bonus features include interviews with the 40th Anniversary performers.

The box set also contains three Woodstock Concert Anniversary posters; 26 Page Collector Booklet; All Access Pass for Woodstock Nation with Lanyard; Postcards from the 1969 and 2009 Woodstock concerts; Special token with download code to preview new Woodstock Nation documentary; Guitar key chain/bottle opener; Four colorful guitar picks; Woodstock Anniversary Patch and 50th Anniversary T-Shirt.

The box set is available now for only $49.95 for a limited time; the price will return to $89.95 in September via woodstockboxset.com.

In conjunction with the box set release, Woodstock Nation has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for the Woodstock Magic Bus: Traveling Museum of Music. The Woodstock Magic Bus is a museum on wheels with 50 years of Woodstock memories, anniversary memorabilia, and never before seen artifacts on display. The Woodstock Magic Bus has preserved the culture and history of Woodstock in order to share it with all generations, and encourages public awareness through one-on-one experiences with the culture of love and peace.

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