Welcome to the first annual Hudson Valley incarnation of the popular Sonoma, CA music, food and wine micro-fest. Set at the beautiful and expansive Chaseholm Farm just south of Hudson, NY, with epic pastoral settings, great music, tasty farm-grown food, and lovely people. Shuttle available from Hudson train station and camping on site.
Purchase tickets here
Garth Hudson (of the band)
The Range of Light Wilderness - Entrance - Baskery
MiraH - PURLING HISS - JULIA JACKLIN - DANIEL RoMANO
MAIL THE HORSE - LAURA SHERA - YESWAY - A.R.D
CURRITUCK CO - DRIFTWOOD SOLDIER
DJ SETS BY KEVIN BARKER
Where is pine plains, and what is the address of the farm?
Pine Plains is in Dutchess County, New York, approximately two hours north of NYC, and 20 minutes SE of Hudson. The address is 115 Chase Rd, Pine Plains NY.
How can i get there?
There are regular trains from Penn Station to Hudson, and we will have a shuttle. Check back for schedule. You can also drive, though carpooling is extremely encouraged as the country lanes in the area are small and narrow.
Will there be Camping?
Yes. Camping passes can be purchased on ticket page.
Will it be kid-friendly?
Absolutely. Kids under 12 are free and encouraged.
What is Chaseholm Farm?
Chaseholm Farm is a grass-based dairy and beef farm nestled in a 350-acre patchwork of pastures, crop land, woods and waterways. Sarah Lyons Chase manages the grazing and farm lands, as well as a motley crew of Holsteins, Jerseys and a few Brown Swiss. She produces milk that her brother Rory turns into delicious Farmstead cheeses at the Creamery, and tasty organic beef favored by local chefs and burger connoisseurs alike.
How big is huichica?
We originally called the Sonoma version a festival because there was nothing like it anywhere near us and we thought it made us sound cool. Since then festivals have exploded in number and imploded under their own weight. That makes this experience so much more unique. Huichica is a gathering where the artists, purveyors, producers and fans are all intermingled and sharing in the same intimate experience.
We started in Sonoma with the premise that there is nothing better than great music, food and wine in a vast but intimate setting. It worked really well there, so why not Hudson Valley?