Woodstock | 50 Years Down The Road

The GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center announced plans for their latest traveling exhibit, “Woodstock: Fifty Years Down the Road”, a photographic essay consisting of over 40 original photographs, shot through the lens of festival photographer Henry Diltz, that tells the story of the most famous music festival in history. The all-new exhibit will make its East Coast debut at the GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center on Thursday, July 18, running through Sunday, October. 6.

Curated by the GRAMMY Museum® in Los Angeles, “Woodstock: Fifty Years Down the Road”, provides fans an intimate look into the hallmark three-day festival firmly cemented in American popular culture history over 50 years later.

“The Woodstock Festival is a powerful reminder of the impact music can have on culture and social consciousness,” said Mark Conklin, Director of Artist Relations & Programming, GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center. “We are honored to bring this unique perspective on the most iconic musical event in American history to New Jersey, where the appreciation of musical heritage is paramount. The stunning images captured by Henry Diltz give us a window into one of the most extraordinary periods in our country’s history.”