Welcome to,

'Special Woodstock'

A Music Festival Like No Other!​

We are so glad that you have found us at our new site. 

"Special Woodstock" is a music festival that happens once a year on Vancouver Island, B.C, Canada on the beautiful 140-acre property of Providence Farm, in Duncan, BC, Canada.

The date for this years event will be held on Sunday, August 18, 2019

10:00 a.m.-6:00p.m.

Gates will open at 9:30 a.m.

"Special Woodstock" was created to feature the artistic talents of people with disabilities alongside professional musicians for the island community.

Founded in September 1999 by Shelley Vaags, who saw a need for a platform to be created to feature this incredible, courageous, inspiring and unique community of individuals


See you

 at our 20th ANNIVERSARY!

What it is all about :

A short video by Erin Rooke

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How you can help

We are a non-profit society that relies on the hearts of the community for support.

Special Woodstock has no entry fee but welcomes donations to help the festival continue every year.

Spread the word

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Bring yo​ur family


COWICHAN CULTURE COUNTS

Help us put Cowichan arts, culture and heritage on the map!

What? We are creating an inventory and map of all the great arts, culture and heritage resources in the Cowichan Valley.

Why? To support arts, culture, economic development, community planning, and to make Cowichan an even better place to live…and easier to find.

Who Benefits? Artists and artisans, arts and culture organizations, businesses, heritage buffs, residents, visitors, and the province (the approach we develop will be used around the province)

https://cowichanculture.ca