On the same stage that will be trodden by ’90s hitmaker Paula Cole the very next day, alt-pop trendsetter Liz Phair appears at the Utopia Soundstage in Woodstock on Friday, October 11, a huge add to Radio Woodstock’s Pink October programming. Phair’s storied career begins with, and is still mostly celebrated for, Exile in Guyville, her super-witty and rocking musical and feminist 1993 retort to the Rolling Stones’ Exile on Main Street. The Chicagoan followed it up with a string of worthy releases and at least one semi-ironic bid for mainstage pop stardom. She remains a whip-smart presence and touchstone in the indie and alt-rock milieu. One hundred percent of event proceeds benefit the Radio Woodstock Cares Foundation. Ticket prices range from $45 to $99, with meet-and-greet packages available.
Friday, Oct. 11, 8 p.m.
293 Tinker St., Woodstock