The Hudson Project is a three-day event celebrating the very best in today’s music and arts. With four stages plus a fifth live performance space, interactive art installations, carnival rides, a game center, and a wide selection of high-end food or drinks, you’ll find everything but a shortage of things to do! Continue reading for more information on the Hudson Project experience.
Held at the beautiful and historic Winston Farm, former home of Woodstock ’94. This jaw-dropping, 800 acre property is nestled in the Catskill Mountains and on the doorstep of NYC. The venue will play host to multiple stages, art installations and a variety of other activities. The combination of premiere musical talent and various exciting elements, coupled with the scenic locale will have festival-goers entertained and immersed in the The Hudson Project experience all weekend long! While we maintain a secluded look and feel, the centrally located site is also easily accessible from all major metropolis’ in the Northeast.
For more information regarding the festival grounds, please visit our travel page.
The Hudson Project is a “Camping Optional” festival, meaning you have the option to pitch a tent, rent an RV, or stay in one of our luxury camping locations if you’d prefer to crash on-site once all the festivities have finished for the day.
Don’t want to camp? We’ve got you covered! There are off site parking options available with 24 hour shuttles so you can make the quick trek back to a comfortable hotel room or even your own pad!
For those of you who do choose to camp, we’ve loaded the campgrounds with some feature comforts you won’t even find at home! More information on our various camping options and what you can expect to find in the campgrounds is located on our camping page.
The Hudson Project will be celebrating all forms of art by collaborating with some of the best, young contemporary artists and art programs in the Northeast. You can expect both live art and several interactive, large format installations scattered throughout the site. In addition to the installations, make sure you take a stroll through our Art Bazaar to check out various arts and crafts along with other cool pieces of merchandise from the local creative community.
Food and Drink
New York City and the Hudson Valley are well known culinary meccas, and The Hudson Project will be no different! We’ll be bringing in some of your favorite restaurants, food trucks and breweries to create a culinary experience you won’t find at most festivals.