Festival goers will have complimentary access to the Museum at Bethel Woods. Experience the history of the 1969 Woodstock festival through photos, videos and relics.
The museum will be open at the following times
- Thursday, June 13 from 12pm – 7pm for all ticket holders
- Thursday, June 13 from 7pm – 9pm for VIP ticket holders
- Friday, June 14 from 10am – 9pm for all ticket holders
- Saturday, June 15 from 10am – 9pm for all ticket holders
- Sunday, June 16 from 10am – 9pm for all ticket holders
Don’t miss this very special story telling experience with photography legend Jay Blakesberg! Join Jay on Saturday, June 15 @ noon ET at the Event Gallery inside the Museum at Bethel Woods.
Join Gov’t Mule for a signing in the Museum at Bethel Woods from 5:15-6:15pm on Friday, June 14! There will be advance copies of select versions of their new CD/DVD available for purchase with Warren, Matt, Danny & Jorgen on-hand to sign them for you (please refrain from bringing personal items).
We’re dusting off our rainbow fluffers … Due to the overwhelming enthusiasm and support from our fans, we are elated to share with you that Rainbow’s Be-rushless Karma Wash is coming out of retirement to join the Jam. Due to your messaging, sharing of stories and photos, you’ve conveyed to us that you see the Karma Wash as an institution in the world of festivals. We are tickled pink! (or should that be rainbow??)
Our establishment is evocative of a funkified car wash, staffed by a crew of playful pranksters. Participants that embark upon the adventure are immersed in bubbles and fluffed with rainbows: they can then choose from our many unique services such as a chakra shine, a free spot rinse, hot wax, or being “simonized”. After being fluffed, spun, and rinsed, folks filter back into the festival leaving bad vibes behind and radiating with a sparkling clean karma. After so many testimonials, we know it really works!
Miss 360 will lead Hula Hoop Workshops Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings. Learn some moves, get a hoop and take it to the field!
We’re proud to announce the addition of Hemp Village with products, wellness vendors & educational panels featuring industry experts!
Mountain Jam will elevate the fan experience with the addition of a Hemp Village. The Hemp Village will include vendors & hemp panels over the weekend, covering a range of topics currently being tackled in the industry, as well as a look into the future as legislation and legalization continues to evolve.
Cannabis Photography By Jay Blakesberg
Mountain Jam 2019 Hemp Village Panel’s
Sponsored By Women’s Cannabis Club
Women’s Cannabis Club curates salon-style events for women to celebrate art, science and cannabis. Women’s Cannabis Club was created to build a creative and collaborative community uniting like-minded women to explore and educate each other on cannabis products while promoting female-led businesses in this emerging industry. We value community and leadership supporting creative experiences, education and empowerment of female leaders in the cannabis industry. WCC also supports all types of social justice and creative endeavors of the arts and sciences.
Cannabis Education and Grassroots Movements (Friday 2pm):
As cannabis legalization and decriminalization progresses state by state, those motivated to succeed and shape the industry in the long run must consider the long history of activism that has come before them. In this panel, we will hear from some of the people working and educating at the frontlines to ensure cannabis’s steady development stays true to its roots while the plant integrates into the fabric of the current cultural landscape. You’ll meet some of the creatives responsible for developing products, policies, and technologies in the cannabis space.
- Moderator: Isaac Slone
- Andy Bernstein, HeadCount’s Cannabis Voter Project
- Ryan Lepiore, Dr Presto/Norml
- Jenn Glickman, Corporate Social Responsibility CannaCraft
- Ronald Falciono, Outspoke.io
Women for a Higher Society (Saturday 2pm):
As many find themselves working in cannabis following experiences in business and music, there’s a lot to be said about why and how these individuals made their way to the cannabis space. This panel will feature some of the women working for and running cannabis businesses discussing their work, passion for the plant, and where they see the industry heading.
- Moderator: Jenn Glickman
- Elizabeth Hogan, Willie’s Reserve/Remedy
- Jen Bernstein, Women’s Cannabis Club/World Hemp Authority
- Krystal Autumn, Nectars California
- Melany Dobson, Hudson Hemp
Plant-Based Medicine (Sunday 2pm):
The medicinal effects of cannabis have been life-changing for many. It’s clear that many are experiencing and documenting the power of the cannabis sativa plant. In this panel, you’ll hear from plant-based medicine experts, individuals working with hemp and cannabis to better understand and make accessible the medicinal properties of these plants, as well as those who have experienced the benefits of this medicine firsthand.
- Moderator: Isaac Slone
- Noel Liese, Nectars California
- Melany Dobson, Hudson Hemp
- Krystal Autumn, Krystal Autumn Botanicals
- Patricia Perone, Herbalist
Yes. That’s right – we have a 60 ft. ferris wheel coming. Take a ride and explore the grounds from a bird’s eye view, it’s open day and night!
As a family friendly festival, we have a multitude of kid friendly activities planned for you and your little ones. Get your faces painted, join a jam session, take a nature walk or enjoy one of the many additional activities we have planned for you and your family!
Stop by and enjoy some pours from local New York breweries including Roscoe, Newburgh, Keegan’s, Brooklyn, Ithaca, Coney Island, Saranac, and Two Roads.
Daily morning and early afternoon yoga sessions will be held on the 1969 festival field led by HariPrakaash, including Vinyasa, Kundalini and Gong Sound Immersion.