about In the MKNG ™

Join us for In the MKNG on Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30 from 10:00am to 6:00pm each day at Bethel Woods Center For the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road, Bethel, NY 12720. Get your tickets and register for workshops now! Two fun-filled days of making, music, food, fun and more all included with your ticket purchase.

LEARN! Whether you are a beginner DIYer, maker or crafter or have been doing it for years, you will discover something new and exciting at In the MKNG. With the help of experts, it will be easy to try a new craft or learn advanced techniques using interesting products.

CREATE! With plenty of hands-on projects for you to try and workshops for you to attend, prepare to be amazed at what you can do! Everyone in the family will find something great to make using products from your favorite brands including Bob Ross, Brother, Crayola, DecoArt, iLoveToCreate, Lion Brands and more! Workshops are limited in space. Check out the details for each workshop here. Select your Festival tickets to see available workshops.

BUY! This is the ultimate craft shopping experience. Discover unique craft supplies to give your projects that special touch, and exceptional handcrafted items to keep for yourself or give as gifts.

Wait....your ticket includes more!

  • Creator Stage – Live demonstrations, craft competitions and more
  • Vendor booth activities
  • Special activities for kids
  • Pet crafting and adoption
  • Live music from platinum artist Sister Hazel and well-known local bands. The full line-up can be found here.
  • Craft beer and wine pavilion

Buy your tickets before they sell out! Click here to buy tickets.

ticket prices:

  • $15 per adult ages 18+
  • $10 per kids ages 3-17
  • Free per kids ages 2 and younger
  • $40 per Family 4 Pack

Service fees will be applied at check-out both online and onsite. Note that NO discounts will be available onsite which includes 2 day tickets or family 4 packs. Workshop ticket purchases do not grant access to the Festival grounds only the classrooms. Admission tickets must be purchased for access to the entire festival.