• A Musical Blast from the Past in the Catskills

  • Monday April 30 – Thursday May 3, 2018
    Four Days – Three Nights
    You'll be Dancin' in the Streets!
    Come along and take a musical walk down memory lane.  Remember your first love; your first prom; your first kiss? Did you wear a studded leather jacket, tight jeans, a “DA” hairdo and drive a chick-magnet hot rod? Where were you when Ed Sullivan introduced “The Fab Four?” Were you the “hip” style in bellbottoms and tie-dyed shirts or “mod” dressed in the slender look of London? 
    This groovy get-away takes you to the Catskills for a trip through music, food and fashion from the late 50’s to the 60’s-----Greasers and Hippies welcome!


  • Villa Roma Resort

    Your accommodations will be at the all inclusive, full service, Villa Roma Resort in the Catskills.  The property features 250 hotel rooms and a wide variety of amenities, including an 18- hole PGA Championship Golf Course, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, indoor fitness center and bowling alley and indoor and outdoor pools. The staff will cater to your every need and fill your day with activities, great food and fun! 

  • Sixty's Olympics

    Pull out your inner athlete and register for the Sixty’s Olympics! Make up a team or be a solo competitor for shuffleboard, ping pong, bocce ball, bowling or swimming. 

  • The Original Amateur Hour

    If you would rather use your vocal chords than your hamstrings, here’s your chance. You can audition for our version of the Original Amateur Hour, the first American Idol on television.  Talent Show contestants will perform following one of the dinners.


  • The Museum at Bethel Woods

    Witness vibrant, interactive exhibits, programs and events that celebrate the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair and the entire decade that it came to represent: "Woodstock and The Sixties."  The museum is a leading authority on the history of the 1960’s and its transformative impact on the world.  The museum embodies the key ideals of the era: peace, respect, cooperation, creativity, engagement and a connection to the planet we live in.

  • Woodstock Concert Site

    Stand and look over a peaceful field once filled with unwashed, music-loving hippies. Woodstock was a music festival attracting an audience of over 400,000 people.  During the sometimes rainy weekend, 32 acts performed outdoors.  It is widely regarded as a pivotal moment in pop music history.

  • Dancing Cat Saloon

    Enjoy lunch at a local, iconic restaurant, The Dancing Cat Saloon.  Savor the flavors of locally sourced ingredients prepared to reflect the season’s bounty.

  • Stray Cat Gallery

    Located a stone's throw from the site of Woodstock, Stray Cat Gallery showcases the formidable talents of a bevy of artists, with exhibits both inside and out. The restored building is a little piece of local history.

  • Catskill Distilling Company

    View the custom-made copper stills, actually a work of art that serves as a backdrop to the tasting room.  Take a seat at the elegant, art deco bar that comes from the 1939 World’s Fair in Flushing, Queens.  Learn about the distillation process and taste the spirits!