Jimmie Vaughan Pre-Show Farm-to-Table Dinner

Jimmie Vaughan Pre-Show Farm-to-Table Dinner
  • September 29th 2019 6:00pm
  • 5:30 PM Doors Open | 6:00 PM First Course

  • Market Sheds
  • $55 Regular (Concert Admission Not Included) | *Ticket prices will increase by $5 seven days prior to event date.

Bethel Woods is putting a farm fresh twist on its Event Gallery concert experience with a bountiful pre-show farm-to-table dinner. Taking place in the open-air Market Sheds overlooking the original Woodstock festival field, the multi-course dinner will feature delicious recipes using locally-sourced ingredients and are presented by Bethel Woods' own Executive Chef. The communal, family style seating wholly embodies the "Peace, Love and Music" atmosphere and is wonderful to experience with neighbors and friends, both old and new.

Seating is limited. Please note that the pre-show farm-to-table dinner ticket purchase does not include admission to the concert and vice versa. Doors open at 5:30 PM and service begins with the first course served at 6:00 PM.

SMALL PLATES  

French Poppers Roasted Jalapeno Peppers Stuffed with Apricot Jam, Local Brie and Wrapped with Thick-Cut Smoked Bacon

Fried Hepworth Farm Green Tomatoes with Cajun Aioli Dipping Sauce

Garden's End Salad with Obercreek Farm Baby Spinach, Shaved Apples & Carrot Ribbons, Buttermilk-Dill Dressing

Russo Family Farm Corn & Sweet Potato Chowder

LARGE PLATE  

Classic Texan Smoked Brisket ​​​​​​​with Dr. Pepper BBQ Sauce

Grilled Chicken with DuBois Farm Peach, Basil & Pickled Onion Relish

SIDE  

Slow & Low Collard Greens

DESSERT  

Salted Caramel Chocolate & Pecan Pie Bars a la Mode

 

Disclaimer: All dates, acts, times and ticket prices are subject to change at any time without notice. Ticket prices may increase on the day of show.

Jimmie Vaughan

For Jimmie Vaughan, he's dedicated his life to making sure the blues not only stays alive, but remains full of life and an inspiration to all who listen. It's a spirit he holds close to him, and for over 50 years of holding the blues close inside him, Vaughan isn't about to stop now.