Over concerns that the 50th anniversary of Woodstock would wreak havoc on the small community that hosted the original festival, officials in Sullivan County, New York are putting restrictions in place to make sure it isn’t disruptive.
Access will be limited to the area, with visitors needing travel passes to make their way to the site.
In addition, only those with tickets will be allowed to access the multiple events being held there.
Unrestricted access to the area is usually allowed, but organizers are trying to avoid chaos and encourage those without tickets to come back another time.
Around 400,000 people attended the original festival in 1969, which featured such artists as the late Jimmy Hendrix and Santana.
An effort to recreate the festival for the anniversary also fell short after they were unable to secure a site.