The Woodstock Film Festival is an educational not-for-profit, 501 (C)(3) organization with a mission to present an annual program and year-round schedule of film, music, and art-related activities that promote artists, culture, inspired learning, and diversity. The Woodstock Film Festival has a track record of presenting exceptional programming including films, panels, workshops and concerts that foster cultural, educational and economic development. Programming has consistently created a synergy and mutually beneficial relationship between artists, audience, industry guests and community members.
The all new Colony Woodstock will be an entertainment and dining space worthy of the Woodstock community and its history. This historic space has recently been purchased by Neil and Alexia Howard and will offer live music, comedy, theatre and performance acts, community events, games, local food, a world-class drink selection and great company. This Catskill Mountain landmark is being lovingly renovated and restored for an opening in Spring 2016.
Jazzstock Festival was created in 2011 by Teri Roiger, John Menegon, and Dan Leader. Jazzstock celebrates the best of jazz in the most famous small town in the world.
Levon Helm Studios–Recording studio (live and recorded), home of the Levon Helm Midnight Ramble Sessions. Levon was in the business of making music for over forty years and if the walls of “The Barn” could talk, what stories they would tell! Music legends galore have played, jammed and recorded there and his family is happily continuing that tradition. He based his Midnight Ramble Sessions on the southern medicine shows of his youth and they continue to include some of the most notable entertainers and musicians of our time. Whether you’ve been a fan of Levon Helm forever or just love good music, you don’t want to miss The Midnight Ramble Sessions.
Maverick Concerts, America’s oldest continuous summer chamber music festival and winner of the Chamber Music America/ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming, thrives on the love of great music and the spirit of its unique site in the unspoiled woods. The rustic 1916 concert hall, with its perfect acoustics, is ideally suited to chamber music and the intimacy of live performance. Maverick Concerts continues the vision of Hervey White, founder of the collaborative Maverick Art Colony. Artists and other volunteers built the hand-hewn œmusic chapel in 1916 and the Hall is now a multi-starred attraction on the National Register of Historic Places.
Bird-On-A-Cliff Theatre Company’s Woodstock Shakespeare Festival is celebrating its 21st year performing free Shakespeare on the theater company’s outdoor Elizabethan stage at the Comeau Property.
Performing Arts of Woodstock is a not-for-profit year-round local theater organization presenting new and established plays of quality since 1964, when it was founded by Eda Crist and Edie LeFever. PAW is the oldest, continuously running theater organization in the history of Woodstock.
The Woodstock Comedy Festival is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation with a mission: Comedy for a Cause. Each year their net profits are donated to their charity partners Polaris and Family of Woodstock for the battle against human trafficking and domestic violence. The festival is a three-day weekend event in the little town with a lot to laugh at, with everything from stand-up comedy to sketch comedy, improv to panels, films and more.