The Hudson Project, which took place over 3-days in early August, featured a multi-genre assortment of musical acts – including Modest Mouse, Moby, The Flaming Lips, and (almost) Bassnectar – artisanal food-cart offerings, and the idea that good vibes were to be in full supply. Held at the Winston Farms in Saugerties, NY, The Hudson Project was certainly the right idea for what a modern music festival should offer as an update to the 1994 Woodstock Music Festival held at the very same location. Whereas ’94 Woodstock hoped to offer “another weekend of peace & music,” The Hudson Music Project sought to offer a weekend where culture and music could come together. Read more about the festival in our coverage of the event here and enjoy our in depth photo recap below.
Photos by: Maximilian Rutyna