Rock fans who want to get themselves back to the garden will need to dig deep into their pockets for this summer's two-day musical bash at the farm of the late Max Yasgur.

The tickets are $69.98 per day, a switch from the free celebrations of recent years at the natural amphitheater that was home to 1969's Woodstock festival.The lineup for "A Day in the Garden" was announced Tuesday.

Woodstock veterans in Ten Years After will play on Aug. 14, along with Ziggy Marley & the Melodymakers, Stevie Nicks and Don Henley.

The original show drew 400,000 for three days of peace, love and music. The two 1998 shows are expected to draw 30,000 apiece.