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(GIVEAWAY) The Hudson Project Announces 2014 Festival Dates, Lineup



April 1st, 2014

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After a long and grueling wait fueled by the rumor mill, MCP Presents announced this spring that Camp Bisco will be “taking the year off”. In light of this announcement, however, MCP, in conjunction with SFX Entertainment, has announced The Hudson Project, a three-day 18+ camping festival at Winston Farm in Saugerties, New York.
Running from July 11 to July 13, The Hudson Project will feature over 85 acts on four separate stages, as well as an additional interactive performance stage. The Hudson Project will also feature interactive art and regional arts and crafts in a separate art village, performance art, and a local music showcase. MCP has also boasted that it will be providing extensive camping and “glamping” options, as well as local gourmet food, craft beer, wine selections, and more.
The festival and the camping experience are guaranteed to be unique: Woodstock’s 1994 revival took place at the Winston Farm and Michael Lang, one of Woodstock ‘69’s original organizers, has announced his involvement in The Hudson Project. The farm plans on hosting at least 18,000 attendees in The Hudson Project’s inaugural year.

 

The Hudson Project will take place at Winston Farm in Saugerties, New York.

 

The initial lineup demonstrates MCP Presents’ ability stay ahead of the curve by catering to music fans who have a wide range of tastes. The lineup includes notable indie acts, like The Flaming Lips, Matt & Kim, and Modest Mouse, as well as includes a handful of great jam band-esque performers, like Tipper, Lettuce and STS9 (who have reunited, complete with new bassist). Electronic music fans really luck out though – the initial lineup is an array of today’s both established and up-and-coming talent. Bass fans will be delighted to see artists like Bassnectar, Infected Mushroom, Kastle, Kill Paris, Excision, TOKiMONSTA, Keys N Krates, and Luminox included. Glitch lovers will be pleased to see their tastes represented by artists like GRiZ, Paper Diamond, Odesza. For those who prefer electro and house music, artists like Thomas Jack, Savoy, Kygo, Oliver, and Project 46 are welcome additions. Fans of more experimental sounds can take solace in the inclusion of Jon Hopkins, Bonobo, Robert DeLong and YACHT.
In true MCP Presents spirit, there will be a number of elements designed to enhance the experience of the festival attendee, such a numerous art installations (including live painting), a variety of delicious food and drink options and free workshops.
Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 4th at 11am ET. Three day GA passes (18+) start at $185 without camping and $215 with camping (information about camping can be found here, including information restrictions); while VIP passes start at $499 and go up from there.

 

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VIP Packages are separated into 3-Day VIP and 3-Day Platinum VIP with the option of add-on EZ Tent Camping. Three day regular VIP passes (18+) start at $499 and include a 3-day wristband, one parking spot, access to VIP areas (private lounge, showers, viewing areas, air-conditioned restrooms, bars, and campground), VIP-only sets, a VIP welcome BBQ, Saturday happy hour, Sunday brunch, and souvenirs. Three-day platinum VIP passes start at $749 and includes all of these perks plus a Platinum Only Lounge (with complimentary drinks and appetizers), a raised viewing area with access to tables/bottle service, golf cart transportation, a 24-hour concierge, a personal shopper, and a merchandise bundle. If you’re desperate to go, but can’t afford the ticket there is also a payment plan option available.
The Hudson Project is also offering “EZ Tent” camping starting at $908, this option includes two sleeping bags, one air mattress, and a custom-designed tent.  There is also a “glamping” option, which starts at $1,658; this includes safari-style two-person tents complete full bedding, a table a chairs, unique decor, check in staff, yard games (like corn hole and ladder golf), overhead lighting and a lock.
Vehicle passes will also go on sale on Friday, April 4th at 11am ET. A parking pass is required if you plan on staying for the entirety of the weekend. There are two options for parking passes: on-site parking (which does not count as car camping) or park-n-ride. To note – since there is no car camping, you must buy a parking pass of some kind if you plan on driving a car to the festival (there are different allowances for RV parking).
For those who are not interested in driving, The Hudson Project has set up a number of festival buses that depart from a handful of major cities in the Northeast – Philadelphia, PA; Albany, NY; Burlington, VT; Boston, MA; and New York City. Prices for the buses range from $50 to $100, depending on the departing city. Tickets for the buses also go on sale on Friday, April 4th.

 

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Kendrick Lamar
Bassnectar
Modest Mouse
Flaming Lips
STS9
Moby
Big Gigantic
Excision
Atmosphere
Matt & Kim
Flying Lotus
Capital Cities
Rebelution
Bonobo
STRFKR
The New Deal
Dr Dog
Infected Mushroom
Four Tet
Holy Ghost!
GRiZ
Lettuce
Paper Diamond
12th Planet
Tipper
Savoy
Twin Shadow
Nightmares on Wax
Action Bronson
Cults
Emancipator
Bro Safari
ZZ Ward
Conspirator
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Gold Panda
Flatbush Zombies
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Kill Paris
Oliver
Robert DeLong
Isaiah Rashad

The Soul Rebels
Keys N Krates
Felix Cartal
Kap Slap
YACHT
Jon Hopkins
Luminox
TOKiMONSTA
Kygo
Lunice
Kelela
Odesza
Moon Boots
Perseus
Jonas Rathsman
Isaac Tichauer
Henry Krinkle
Kastle
Project 46
Majical Cloudz
SZA
Jacques Greene
Bit Funk
Bad Rabbits
Small Black
Widowspeak
Three
The Floozies
Exmag
The Range
Marco Benevento
Nick Catchdubs
Moon Hooch
Nostalghia
Chrome Sparks
Audrey Napoleon
Twiddle
Lindsay Lowend
Tumbleweed Wanderers
Woody’s Produce
Tauk

 

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  Written by contributor Sarah Ribeiro. Find her on Twitter here.



With a love of dance music stemming from countless years of dance lessons and bass-thumping car rides with her music-obsessed father, Sarah Ribeiro is a Hartford-raised music addict who moved to Boston in the pursuit of a supportive and open nightlife scene. A passion for learning and a willingness to grow has pulled her out of her trancehead sphere and exposed her to a crazy variety of music and introduced her to some of the most amazing people (and events) Boston has to offer. A writer and social mediac, her main interests are music, literature, technology, art, and her first love: the city of Boston.