A new festival in New York this summer will be taking place on the hallowed grounds where the original 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair was held. The historic site in Bethel will host the first-ever Catbird Music Festival, a two-day camping event that boasts a star-studded inaugural lineup headlined by The Lumineers, Tyler Childers, The War on Drugs and Trey Anastasio.
A total of 22 acts will perform across two stages Aug. 19-20 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. The camping and music festival is the first event of its kind at the site since Woodstock in 1969 and will offer fans a unique experience in a majestic natural environment that also includes curated food and spirits.
Presale passes for the event are now available, and fans have the option of purchasing one- or two-day general admission badges. They can also upgrade to GA+, VIP and Platinum for additional amenities such as air-conditioned restrooms, exclusive seating areas and full-service bars. Camping, glamping and weekend RV packages are also available.
For an additional $10, festivalgoers can visit The Museum at Bethel Woods to view artifacts of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair, a significant cultural event.
For more information and to buy tickets, visit catbirdmusicfestival.com.
Artists Performing on Saturday, Aug. 19
The War on Drugs
Band of Horses
Trampled by Turtles
John R. Miller
Artists Performing on Sunday, Aug. 20
Trey Anastasio Band
The Soul Rebels