Woodystock is an annual camp-out benefit concert. The Woodystock Benefit began fifteen years ago when Woody Miller, was tragically killed in an industrial fire at work, leaving behind five children. The event has been carried on in Woody Miller’s honor every year since, and benefits Lubbock children who have been unfortunate burn victims.

Every year 100 percent of all money raised at Woodystock is given directly to previously chosen Lubbock families who have children that have suffered extensive burn injuries. With the nature if burn injuries, these children will continue to need costly treatment until they are finished growing so Woodystock has “adopted” these 2 Lubbock families.

Thirteen-year old, Kirsten Ellis’ family: Kirsten was severely burned over 50 percent of her body at six months of age in an apartment fire in Lubbock, TX in 1999, which unfortunately killed her mother and brother. Her father was at work at the time and today Kirsten has her Dad, “Mom” Lacey, and little brother Cameron. Kirsten is a very vibrant young girl but is still in need of on-going medical care which must continue until she is done growing.

Fourteen-year old, Levi Cantrell’s family: Levi was “Life-Flighted” to UMC as an unfortunate burn victim from Odessa, TX in 2002. Levi is also still in need of medical care and costly medications (until he finishes growing). Levi was heroically adopted by his UMC nurse, Lori Cantrell, who has since adopted two other special needs children and has one child of her own. This family will also continue to need our community’s help throughout the years.

Event Info:

The 15th annual Woodystock Camp-Out benefit Concert is Friday June 7th through Saturday June 8th at Buffalo Springs Lake! Woodystock features almost a dozen Lubbock bands!

Entertainment will include:


5:45- 6:45            Garland Peterson

7:00                     Kids’ Bubble Blowing Contest

7:15-8:15             Spent

8:15                     Kids’ Simon Says contest

8:30-9:30             Dropping Mad

9:30                     Kids’ Hula Hoop Contest

9:45-10:45          Plan B

11:00- ???           Acoustic Camp Fire Jam (bring your instrument!)


Noon- 1:30          Open Jam

1:40-2:40-            Holly and Hunter Harper

3:00-4:00-            Kent Mings Band

4:20-5:20-            Wade Parks and Friends

5:20-                    Kids’ Bubble Blowing Contest

5:40-6:40-            The Jamholers

6:40-                    Presentation to the Families

7:00-8:00-            The Stamfords

8:00                     Kids’ Simon Says Contest

8:20-9:20-            3D

8:30                     Auction ends

9:20                     Kids’ Hula Hoop Contest

9:45-10:45-         Cash Taylor and the Loose Change

11:15- ???           Acoustic Camp Fire Jam (bring your instrument!)

The silent auction will be from 2pm until 8pm on Saturday. People are asked to bring any type of item for the auction and some spending money as this is our biggest fundraiser. Food vendors will be on-site.

Other activities on Saturday include swimming and boating, live auctions, 50/50 drawings, tons of kids’ and adult games with prizes.

Woodystock is BYOB- no glass.

There is no charge to attend Woodystock, but participants must pay the lake entry fee of $6 per person per day, $15 per night for camping for 2, or $25 camping and event pass for 2 all weekend!


Donations can also be made online at www.woodystocklubbock.com. Or find “Woodystock Lubbock” on Facebook for all the info and updates!

For more Woodystock Benefit event information or to make a donation, please call event coordinator Chelsea Holloway at 806-535-5234 or founder Todd Holly at 806-787-6307.

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