A Woodstock, NY landmark will return to its former glory this summer with the relaunch of the Bearsville Theater. Jam impresario Peter Shapiro‘s Dayglo Presents will welcome audiences to the historic concert venue with shows by DawesDrive-By Truckers, Guster, Andy Frasco & The U.N., and more all summer and into 2025.

Seminal 1960s talent manager Albert Grossman (Bob Dylan, The Band) constructed Bearsville Studios near his Catskills home as a creative enclave for some of the era’s biggest artists. The studio served generations of musicians from Muddy Waters to The Rolling Stones to R.E.M. until it closed in the early 2000s. Amid all of this activity, the Bearsville Theater opened in 1989, made from an 18th-century Dutch barn and designed by John Storyk, who created New York’s Electric Lady Studios for Jimi Hendrix. After the theater fell silent in recent years, Lizzie Vann purchased and restored the property in 2019 and now Dayglo Presents will take the Bearsville Theater into its next chapter.

“I have led the creation of new concepts and built great venues from scratch like Brooklyn Bowl, but I’ve also been fortunate to breathe new life into some historic venues, like Wetlands and The Capitol Theatre,” Dayglo founder Peter Shapiro said. “The Bearsville Theater has a deep and amazing history that I am excited to preserve and lift, as we put our touch on a new era for this legendary Woodstock icon.”

The Bearsville Theater’s summer series will kick off on June 1st with Don Was and The Pan-Detroit Ensemble. Other highlights include Guster (6/14–6/15), Nels Cline, Scott Metzger, Joel Harrison (8/16), Andy Frasco & The U.N. (8/29), Karina Rykman (9/14), Mdou Moctar (fall 2024, exact date not yet announced), Drive-By Truckers (10/25), and Medeski, Russo & Cline and Dawes on separate 2025 dates yet to be announced. Scroll down for the initial concert lineup and purchase tickets on the venue’s website.