Catskill Chill Reveals Lineup to Celebrate Last Year at Camp Minglewood

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With today’s lineup release, this year’s Catskill Chill is shaping up to be quite the farewell party. The Chillfam will come together one last time and celebrate the festival’s final year at the beloved Camp Minglewood, in Hancock, New York, September 18-20, before the event moves to a new home next year.

While the festival’s headliner still remains a mystery (headliner to be announced on Monday, June 8), this year’s fest boasts an impressive roster including: Lotus, Zappa Plays Zappa, Lettuce, Electron, The Motet, Dopapod, Kung Fu, Twiddle, Break Science, Turkuaz, The Werks, Particle & Fam, and George Porter Jr. & The Runnin’ Pardners.

In true Chill tradition, the weekend will feature a number of tribute sets. We must say that we are extremely excited to see what Dopapod and Turkuaz have in store for us when they team up to form Dopakuaz and play a Studio 54 set. Other special sets include an electric take on Grateful Dead  by Twiddle, Chillfam All-Stars will perform a Herbie Hancock Tribute, and Shwizz and FiKus will join forces for ShwiKus plays the ‘80s.

Particle will have the honor of closing out this memorable weekend as they have been the only band to perform at every Chill since the festival’s inception. It’s anticipated that the band will bring some all-star guests on stage to give Minglewood a proper Chillfam goodbye.



Zappa Plays Zappa



The Motet


Kung Fu

Twiddle (Original & Dead sets)

Break Science


Dopakuaz plays Studio 54

The Werks

Particle & Fam

George Porter Jr. & The Runnin’ Pardners

Stratosphere All-Stars

The Nth Power

Red Baraat

Moon Hooch


Consider the Source (Electric & Acoustic)

Pink Talking Fish

American Babies

Luke the Knife

Juno What?!

Chillfam All-Stars Herbie Hancock Tribute

High & Mighty Brass Band


Nadis Warriors

DJ Logic

Borahm Lee

Caravan of Thieves

Love Canon

Brock Butler Acoustic


Jen Durkin & The Business

BRYAC Funk All-Stars


Marvel Years

Natalie Cressman

The Ballroom Thieves

The Primate Fiasco (Electric & Acoustic)

Beau Sasser’s Escape Plan

On the Spot Trio

Jonathan Scales Fourchestra



ShwiKus plays the ‘80s

The Brummy Brothers

Relative Souls

Strange Machines




Horizon Wireless

Funky Dawgz Brass Band

Haley Jane and the Primates

Wiley Griffin Acoustic

Little War Twins

The Breakneck Boys


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It all started when a much younger Jackie dove into her parents’ record collection, grabbed that trippy Magical Mystery Tour album, and played “Strawberry Fields” over and over again until it was engrained into her soul. She grew up on the dreams and stories of Simon and Garfunkel, “Bleeker Street” being one of her favorites, the seduction of The Doors, Van Morrison, because “Brown Eyed Girl” is definitely her song, and the likes of Jefferson Airplane, The Who, Jimi Hendrix…you get the picture. It may not show on the outside, but Jackie has a hippie heart, and that reflects in her musical tastes today. While some of her favorites may or may not be jam bands, her taste in music feeds into many genres. From alternative, Brit, and indie rock - OK, maybe all rock - to pop, to rap, to electronic, she loves it all. As a northerner, she thought she would never understand country until she found herself on a Georgia farm in cowboy boots watching Luke Bryan shake it for her- yeah, she got that. She is a chronic wanderluster, she doesn't believe in guilty pleasures, enjoys a great Moscow Mule, and is an absolute music festival fanatic- you’ll find her wherever the music takes her.

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