Jul 27, 2014 12:35 AM by Olivia DeGennaro, KSBY News
People on the Central Coast took a trip back in time to the 1960's at Saturday's Central Coast Woodstock celebration.
People decked out in tie-dye and listened to the music of "Unfinished Business" at the event.
There was also barbecue food from Central Coast Smokers. The event raised money to benefit the Clark Center in Arroyo Grande.
"It's events like these that give us the funds to put on events throughout the year as well as support all the community events that happen at the center," said Jamie Maraviglia-Manalo, Director of Marketing for the Clark Center.
A San Luis Obispo man also displayed his photos from the original Woodstock festival for the first time ever, along with other Woodstock memorabilia.
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