47 miles from Chicago, Woodstock is on the edge of the Chicago metropolitan area. We’re close to the city with a small town, rural personality all our own.
Rich with Victorian architecture, a town square that seems frozen in time, and a world-renowned Opera House, Woodstock also has an independent streak brimming with creativity and entrepreneurship. Artists and locally-owned businesses are embraced. Our school system is a leader in dual language education. And music, whether rock, folk, jazz, country or classical, fills the air indoors and out most every night.
Explore The Woodstock Square
There is always something happening on and off the Woodstock Square. From arts and culture at the Old Courthouse to entertainment at the Woodstock Opera House to the Woodstock Theatre to walking tours detailing scenes from the movie "Groundhog Day" (which was filmed here), Woodstock, Illinois is charming, quaint, historic--and a creative community with a deep independent streak.
Use the Real Woodstock visitor guide and map to find shopping, dining, parking and all other services on the Woodstock Square.
Sunday, June 23 at Stage Left Cafe
New York-based Brad Cole will lay down his distinctive delivery of roots-based rhythm & blues with the Brad Cole Trio. The Chicago native, with four albums to his credit, will mix soulful originals with selections from his recent jazz project Bossa Blue and his re-imagined Tribute to The James Taylor Songbook.
Rockstock Music Festival
June 8, July 6 & August 10 on the Woodstock Square
Music fills the air indoors and out most every night in Woodstock. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock Festival at the Rockstock Music Festival Series. This series is a production of the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce, Big Bang Festivals and Real Woodstock.
This free concert series is the perfect way to enjoy the beauty of the Woodstock Square.
For More information about the Rockstock Festival visit, www.WoodstockilChamber.com.