50th Woodstock Anniversay Concert ; Michael Lang

I've been trying to plan for the 50th Woodstock activities but I've come to learn that there will be two separate events, totally unrelated to one another. First, the Woodstock Anniversary Concert which is the product of Michael Lang. This will be held at a location not yet disclosed but Michael Lang should make his announcement soon. Second, the Bethel, N.Y. Woodstock Museum and Pavilion, which will take place at the original 1969 location, formerly Max Yasgur's Farm.
Being somewhat sentimental, my heart leads me in the direction of the Bethel N.Y./ Yasgur spot but for the real party, I feel that I have to give the nod to Michael Lang. If one were to look at the original Bethel grounds site today, they would see that it is in no way capable of hosting a gigantic 50th Woodstock Concert Festival. And to be honest, Michael Lang has been the carrier of the Woodstock flame since his original 1969 event took place.
If both events happen at differing points in time, it may be possible to attend both. I'm however thinking that attending both might be cost prohibitive, not to mention getting someone to fill in for me at work for such a long stretch. Additionally, I can admit that I already have a degree of anxiety about allocating a bundle of cash within a small window of time in order to score the festival/concert tickets.
Any thoughts or news about this topic would be greatly appreciated.
It looks like something will be happening at the Levon Helm barn August 19th so possibly. It reminds me of Jorma Kaukonen's farm Fur Peace.
Watkins Glen is not near Buffalo. 

About 70 miles each from Rochester and Syracuse. 
wcfeil, To be more specific, I should say that for me, I start out in the direction of Buffalo via I 90 and then take I 86 east. It's about another 4 hours from Watkin's Glen to Woodstock and in the opposite direction from where I'm coming from.

Damn @rpeluso, I’m green with envy! I had made plans to make the pilgrimage to Levon’s Barn with an old friend of mine (I’ve made music with him off and on since 1968. He saw Dylan & The Hawks live in ’65!), but he had a terrible accident and everything was postponed. Before I knew it, Levon was dead. I met and spoke with Levon only once, at his autobiographical-book signing in Book Soup on Sunset Blvd. at the time of it’s release. Ringo Starr was there too, and took cuts in line ;-) .

I still intend to make it to Big Pink before I die. Its' current owner entertains visitors, of a certain type. There is a video on You Tube of Garth Hudson visiting, and telling stories about The Bands' time there in 1967-8. Fantastic! 

bdp, I saw that video when it was new, made both my kids watch it, it brought tears to my eyes, still does.