My favorite features in the just-arrived Woodstock Bluray package: (1) the buckskin-covered holding box (complete with evenly-cut fringe); (2) the circular iron-on patch; and (c) a hard-cardboard replica of a three-day ticket for the August 1969 event, which cost $24. No time to watch but it’s great so far.

From the sheet: Amazon-exclusive bonus disc with never-before-seen performance footage in hi-def from Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, and Country Joe and the Fish plus three bonus featurettes; 40th Anniversary Ultimate Collector’s Edition includes: (a) Lucite display with images from the festival; (b) 60-page commemorative LIFE Magazine reprint; (c) Iron-on Woodstock patch; (d) Woodstock fact sheet; (e) reproductions of festival memorabilia, including handwritten notes and a three-day ticket; (f) New retrospective: The Museum at Bethel Woods: The Story of the Sixties and Woodstock.

Plus Woodstock: Untold Stories: Over two hours of never-before-seen musical performances by Joan Baez, Paul Butterfield, Canned Heat, Joe Cocker, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Mountain, Santana, Sha Na Na, the Who and Johnny Winter (exclusive to Blu-ray — customize your own Woodstock playlist); (h) Woodstock: From Festival to Feature: comprehensive featurette gallery chronicling the festival and the filming from start to finish, interwoven with interviews from Martin Scorsese, Grace Slick, director Michael Wadleigh, Woodstock Festival executive producer Michael Lang, and more; (i) Enhanced BD-Live bonus features.