Kung Fu

A LIVE electro-fusion THROWDOWN
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  • December 22nd 2019 8:00pm
  • 7:00 PM: Doors Open | 8:00 PM: Show Time

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  • General Admission/Standing Room Only: $27.00 | Tickets on-sale FRIDAY, 9/13 @ 10 AM
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Proud to be firmly installed in the new-funk movement, KUNG FU is quickly popularizing their unique sonic contribution, blurring the line between intense electro-fusion, and blistering dance arrangements.  Making fusion music "cool" again, the band draws on influences such as early Headhunters and Weather Report, and merges those ideas with a contemporary EDM-informed sensibility.  Imagine 70s funk-fusion meets a modern dance party!

Although the ensemble cast enjoys a seasoned pedigree that reads like a late-night summer festival all-star jam, this fledgling "nu-sion" project is growing a unique and rabid following by commanding audiences at theaters, clubs, and major national festivals since 2012.

The powerhouse quintet's live show has been described by critics and fans alike as "lethal funk", "explosive", "jaw dropping", and "musically mesmerizing".  For the uninitiated, the experience is typically shocking yet the focus is simple: just sit back and enjoy the ride!

Kung Fu Features: Tim Palmieri (guitar & vocals); Robert Somerville (tenor sax & vocals); Beau Sasser (keyboards & vocals); Chris DeAngelis (bass guitar & vocals)& Adrian Tramontano (drums/percussion).


Please note ticket prices will increase by $5 day-of.


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The Museum at Bethel Woods

inside museum at Bethel Woods

2019 Special Exhibit

We Are Golden: Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of The Woodstock Festival & Aspirations for a Peaceful Future

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The Bindy Bazaar Trails

Originally were constructed for the Woodstock Festival to serve as a grouping of 20 booths where vendors sold crafts and clothing while also connecting two major areas of Festival grounds, the restoration of The Bindy Bazaar Trails, lets guests explore the area and see historic evidence of how the woods were used during the Festival. 

Bindy Bazaar Trails signs on trees in woods