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Beer for Bass

Woodstock was a famous concert location. Now you can catch bass and drink cold beers as a reward.

We have family in Woodstock and one of us actually grew up there, so when we saw an article that talked about a tournament that provided "Beer for Bass" taking place in Upstate New York sure caught our eye.

Woodstock

There are a few tournaments being talked about here, including one right where the concert of Hippy Fame took place. In case you don't know about it, you should learn. A lot of politics were born there, although the music was what people were there for. Once a music festival where you could buy any drug known to modern man, it's turned into a place where you can fish for bass and drink a cold beer at the same time.

One of their other fundraisers is called Maplestock, which Mr. Giordano called “Woodstock for Upstate New York.” The outdoor music festival will be held July 21 at Sweeter Creations Sugar House, 3345 state Highway 345, Waddington. Gates open at 11:30 a.m., and the music festival features live music, a beer tent, food, DJ, maple products, camping, free parking and a giant bonfire.

This article came from The Watertown Daily Times.



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