The ULTRASONIC ROCK ORCHESTRA Presents Three Unique Shows Friday-Sunday echoing the iconic music heard 50 years ago and still reverberating throughout the world today. To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock, the biggest concert event in history, The Greenwich Odeum presents 3 days of Peace & Music with the 15 piece Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra. Load up the VW Van and head to the Odeum for the weekend! Come for one night or all three with the discounted bundle! On Friday night, you'll hear the best songs spanning the 3 day Woodstock festival! On Saturday night, you'll hear the artists from the Saturday Woodstock festival 50 years ago including Santana, Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Canned Heat. For Woodstock Sunday, Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra will recreate the music of The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Joe Cocker, Janis Joplin, Sly and the Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix, and Crosby, Stills, Nash (and Young). Come for one night or all three for the full Woodstock experience! Tickets are $40 in advance/$50 day of show for 1 night $100 in advance/$125 day of show for 3 night bundle The Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra IS “The Future of Classic Rock” The URO is 15 stellar musicians—with huge range and a massive repertoire, every show is surprising and unique. 10 vocalists bring the crown jewels of classic rock to vivid life, delivering gripping, unforgettable performances that bring people back again and again. The URO is an orchestra—Much in the way that the works of Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach, live on at the symphony, URO celebrates the music of rock’s iconic artists: The Beatles, Queen, David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, The Who and MORE. The URO is a giant rock band—Celebrating their 15th anniversary year with mind-boggling performances of “The White Album,” “Abbey Road,” “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Quadrophenia,” “Woodstock” and more, even debuting their own original rock opera later this year. The URO is “Guaranteed To Blow Your Mind!”—From the first note to the last encore, a bigger-than-life, high-energy homage to bands that audiences can never see, but who’s music remains a vital part of their lives.