The Hudson Project

Jul 2020

Winston Farm

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The basics

While it’s not as cutting edge as you might expect something from New York to be, the Hudson Project looks like a quality weekend out.


The festival

2014 was the first year for this upstate New York music fest, which sees five stages nestled into the foothills of the Catskills mountains.

Live artists are on site painting all weekend, there's an art bazaar and craft market as well as a focus on left-field rock, hip hop and indie. Carnival rides, installations and performances and a gaming centre means there’s plenty to do - but this is an adults only event, under 18s aren’t welcome. With gourmet food on offer from the region’s coolest food trucks and restaurants and an interesting line up, this is a high quality festival.

Camping is optional (but we’d recommend it as the site isn’t that close to a city), but you can choose between general, VIP camping, glamping options, you can even just buy everything you need to camp on site.


Our tip

Trade in used cans and bottles, cigarette butts and so on for points that you can use to buy eco goods and food at the festival.



Getting there

How do I get there?

Travelling by Train: They offer shuttles to and from the two train stations located in close proximity to Winston Farm serviced by both Amtrak and Metro North.

Using the Shuttles: Daily Round Trip Shuttles from NYC and Albany, Long Distance Shuttles for Campers from Albany, Boston, Burlington, NYC and Philadelphia, and Daily Train Station Shuttles from Rhinecliff and Poughkeepsie. Visit here for more information. 




3-day General Admission starting from: $185

3-Day VIP with Camping starting from: $449

3-Day Platinum VIP with Camping starting from: $749


When can I get them?

Tickets on sale now

Where can I get them?

Tickets will be available via the website.

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