Just Announced: Initial Lineup for the Seventh Annual Catskill Chill Music Festival Lakewood, PA | September 23 – 25, 2016

Catskill Chill Music Festival has released the initial lineup for the seventh annual event, which will take place September 23rd – 25th, 2016 at New Minglewood, a private summer camp in Lakewood, PA. Headlining Catskill Chill is Phish bassist Mike Gordon featuring musicians Robert Walter, Scott Murawski, John Kimock and Craig Myers.

Playing the Chill for their first time is groundbreaking Americana quartet Greensky Bluegrass, while Renaissance man Keller Williams makes his first return to the Chill since the inaugural year with his project Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass, performing not-so-traditional bluegrass versions of Grateful Dead favorites. Electronic/funk duo Break Science will do double duty with a live band set featuring several members of Lettuce, and a duo set. Also joining the lineup is innovative prog dance-rock four-piece Dopapod, South African live electronic duo Goldfish, and Athens’ rock band Perpetual Groove, along with Deep Banana Blackout, Kung Fu, The Werks, Particle, Zach Deputy, Ryan Montbleau, Orgone, The Nth Power, The Main Squeeze, Pink Talking Fish, TAUK, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Roosevelt Collier’s NY Get Down, Tom Hamilton’s American Babies, The Heavy Pets Tribute to the ‘80s and many more.

One of the defining characteristics of Catskill Chill is its unique setting. Hosted at New Minglewood, a private summer camp in Lakewood, PA, the venue has cabins for rent (yes, there are still some cabins available!), paved pathways throughout, a beautiful lakefront, covered stage facilities, free parking, and free camping. Additional highlights of New Minglewood include indoor movie theaters, indoor and outdoor spaces for yoga, art, and wellness workshops, an easy-to-traverse campus, and “closer than ever” parking. While the “B Stage” and Club Chill will remain covered venues, this will mark the first year that the Chill will present an outdoor main stage for attendees to enjoy music in the open air, under the stars. The festival also offers a farmer’s market, craft and food vendors, a communal bonfire nightly, and an open mic.

Tickets and cabins are currently on sale at www.CatskillChill.com.

 

Catskill Chill 2016 Initial Lineup

Mike Gordon

Greensky Bluegrass

Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass

Break Science Live Band and Duo Sets

Dopapod

Goldfish

Perpetual Groove

Deep Banana Blackout

Kung Fu

The Werks

Particle

Zach Deputy

Ryan Montbleau

Orgone

The Nth Power

The Main Squeeze

Pink Talking Fish

TAUK

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

Roosevelt Collier’s NY Get Down

American Babies

The Heavy Pets Tribute to the ‘80s

G-Nome Project

Big Something

Scott Pemberton

Elise Testone’s Zeppelin Tribute

The Magic Beans

Danny Mayer Trio

Beau Sasser’s Escape Plan

Indobox

Lespecial Primus Tribute

The Primate Fiasco

Haley Jane and The Primates

West End Blend

Shwizz

Fikus

ShwiKus

Out of the Beardspace

Mister F

Broccoli Samurai

The Breakneck Boys

Youth Posse

Animal Reporters

…additional artists to be announced June 8th.

For more information visit:

www.CatskillChill.com

www.facebook.com/CatskillChill

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2013 Lineup Announcement

CATSKILL CHILL MUSIC FESTIVAL UNVEILS 2013 ARTIST LINEUP!
THE METER MEN featuring Zigaboo Modeliste, Leo Nocentelli and George Porter, Jr. with special guest Page McConnell, LOTUS, GALACTIC, CONSPIRATOR, LETTUCE, PAPADOSIO, TEA LEAF GREEN AND MORE

60 Acts on Five Stages, September 6th – 8th, 2013 at intimate Camp Minglewood in Hancock, New York Grab your tickets now before they sell out!

Hancock, New York (April 9, 2013) – Catskill Chill Music Festival has announced the lineup for the fourth annual Chill at Camp Minglewood in Hancock, New York. Taking place September 6th – 8th, the 2013 event will offer more music than ever before with 60 acts performing live on five stages during the 3-day camping festival. Featured artists include: The Meter Men featuring Zigaboo Modeliste, Leo Nocentelli and George Porter, Jr. with special guest Page McConnell; Lotus; Galactic; Conspirator; Lettuce; Papadosio; Tea Leaf Green; The Motet – Funk is Dead; Particle, Dopapod; Kung Fu; Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds and many more.

After selling out in 2012, organizers have announced that in an effort to preserve the intimate feel and family vibe of the Chill, capacity will remain the same in 2013. Earlier this year, onsite cabins sold out in 90 minutes and with this year’s stacked line-up, tickets are expected to disappear quickly. A limited number of Early Bird tickets are available now for $135 but prices will go up soon, so grab yours now at www.catskillchillcom.

Nestled in the Catskill Mountains, where the beauty of nature synchronizes with the euphoric sounds of live music, this intimate lakeside event is one of the most anticipated festivals of the year and a perfect close to festival season. New additions to this year’s Chill include a bigger and better Acoustic Junction stage, a new campsite DJ stage, and an extended schedule at the infamous Club Chill. The festival still features free parking, free camping, on-site cabin rentals, 3 covered main stages and 2 outdoor stages. Festivalgoers can also enjoy yoga, drum circles, live art, on-stage open mic sessions and a communal bonfire each night.

Catskill Chill Music Festival 2013 Artist Lineup:

The Meter Men featuring Zigaboo Modeliste, Leo Nocentelli and George Porter, Jr. with special guest Page McConnell
Lotus
Galactic
Conspirator
Lettuce
Papadosio
Tea Leaf Green
The Motet – Funk is Dead
Particle
Dopapod
Kung Fu
RAQ
Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds
Brothers Past
Orchard Lounge
Eric Krasno Band
Alan Evans Trio
Yarn
Headtronics
Cabinet & Cabinet Dead Set
Biodiesel
Consider the Source Acoustic
Ghost Owl
Jimkata
The McLovins
American Babies
Twiddle
Turkuaz
Damn Right with DJ Logic
Shmeeans & The Expanded Consciousness
Leroy Justice
Z3
Brock Butler Acoustic
Tom Hamilton & Friends
The Mantras
FiKus
Higher Organix
Viral Sound
Spiritual Rez
Lucid
The Primate Fiasco
Wobblesauce
Aqueous
Cosmic Dust Bunnies
Greenhouse Lounge
Cosmic Jibaros
ShwizZ
The Big Takeover
Horizon Wireless
Blueboy Productions (DJ Set)
Capital Zen
Outlet
Speakerbot
Dan Collins
Greg D.
Fundimensionals
Cosmal
SOLARiS
The Brummy Brothers

CATSKILL CHILL ANNOUNCES 2013 DATES, BLIND FAITH TICKET RELEASE

The fourth annual Catskill Chill Music Festival will take place September 6-8, 2013 at Camp Minglewood in Hancock, NY. After selling out in 2012, organizers have announced that, in an effort to preserve the intimate feel and family vibe of the Chill, capacity will remain the same in 2013 and will not surpass 5k guests.A limited amount of “Blind Faith” tickets will be available beginning at 12pm this Wednesday, 10/24, for the discounted rate of $115. Once the “Blind Faith” ticket allotment has been reached, ticket rates will increase to the early bird price of $135 and then to the presale rate of $150. If tickets are still available, they will cost $175 at the gate.

Camp Minglewood is an intimate lakeside venue with less than 5k capacity. The Catskill Chill features free parking, free camping, on-site cabin rentals, and outdoor covered stages. Activities include an Open Mic Stage, Yoga, Drum Circles, and a communal bonfire each night. Past performers include Umphrey’s McGee, Yonder Mountain String Band, Lotus, 7 Walkers, Conspirator, Soulive, Lettuce, Eoto and New Mastersounds and many, many more.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please click here.

Jambase’s 2012 Catskill Chill Festival Review

Words by: Jeanne Bettencourt | Images by: Vernon Webb and Nicholas Fitanides

“Camp Minglewood served weathered festival attendees and music enthusiasts well at the third annual Catskill Chill Music Festival in Hancock, NY this past September 7–9. The picturesque campgrounds (also the set for films Dirty Dancing and Jason) was aside a gorgeous lake and tucked away in the mountains in southern New York, providing an excellent backdrop to enjoy one last summer party. And what a party it was – it was evident that 99% of those in attendance were seasoned vets in the party business, and the size and exclusive feeling the festival radiated were only a few of its wonderful qualities. The best part about the size of the festival is that the event reached capacity this year (doubling in size each year since 2010) so the festival cannot get any bigger next year.”

To Read the rest of this review on Jambase click here.