Catskill Chill Eclectic Music Festival at Minglewood Camp

In the last weekend Catskill Chill Music Festival at Minglewood Camp in Hancock, NY thousands of music fans gathered to enjoy the last warm days of summer. Fantastic lineup of eclectic, bluegrass, funk and jam-rock musicians performed in this festival. Though weather interrupted a little during the festival but it couldn’t stop numerous music fans. Comfortable accommodations, beautiful scenario and amazing eclectic music in combination gave a memorable experience to spectators.

Minglewood Camp was the ideal location for the event. Located on the bank of Sand Pond, this camp can house over 5,000 people. Music lovers pitched tent on every possible ground and others stayed at the camp’s cabin.

Program began with the Caravan of Thieves. With their powerful voice, fun loving attitude, unique gypsy swing they performed two of their most popular songs “I Will Survive” and “Stayin’ Alive.” The whole crowd simply became crazy by their amazing performance and spectacular start of the festival. Also, Melvin Seals and the JGB performed “The Harder They Come” and “Deal” on that very day.

They fun continued with Up the hill at Club Chill DJ Logic, Lettuce, Adam Deitch, Neal Evans and Erc Krasno. On Saturday, ’Consider The Source’ opened the program. Crowd was shaken by their quick, rapid fire guitar riffs and bass line attacks.

On Sunday the program started slowly. Timbre Coup and the Jennifer Hartswick Band started their performance at 2 PM. The McLovins played “Up On Cripple Creek,” “Shakedown Street” and Bob Dylan’s “Quinn The Eskimo” which appeared very interesting and fan friendly.

This year’s Minglewood Camp’s music festival was more energetic than ever. Despite weather problem the crowd proved they can have fun all weekend long. The sellout crowd turned the whole Minglewood into a party fueled summer camp.

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