- The Revivalists will headline Saturday.
The festival’s managing director Scott Rosenbluth is a marketing expert in New York City with a soft spot for Sullivan County, where he has witnessed firsthand the transformation over the past decade. “The idea for the festival started as a conversation about the changing event landscape and how there is room in the marketplace for an intimate event experience,” Rosenbluth says. “There’s this incredible renaissance happening throughout the Catskills region—new restaurants and attractions. We wanted to celebrate this by bringing together local flavors with nationally recognized chefs and talent.”
Though food is the foundation for this festival, music was far from an afterthought. Seven-piece New Orleans outfit The Revivalists will headline Saturday’s festivities and indie bigwigs Lord Huron will hold down Sunday. Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Moon Taxi, Drake White and the Big Fire, The Dip, Ripe, and Escort are just some of the other acts performing throughout the weekend. “We have an incredible lineup of talent from the minute the gates open until they close,” Rosenbluth says.
@BrunchBoys), Laura Jung (@CityFoodie), Melissa Ben-Ishay (@BakedByMelissa) and more will take the stage for an Influencer Panel to talk about their favorite area #eats.
Unlike other food, wine, and/or music festivals, CWFF strives to be an intimate event, allowing guests to get up-close to the action, whether that’s a musical performance or a cooking demonstration. Get VIP passes for a rare opportunity to taste homemade creations cooked live by some of the nation’s most acclaimed chefs. If you get tired of tastings, you can also take advantage of the sleepaway camp’s recreational amenities—shoot some hoops, play beach volleyball or street hockey, row around Echo Lake , or go for a hike on the trails.
- Lord Huron will headline Saturday.
VIP weekend passes are available for $549. These passes include all the general admission events, plus access to the VIP Village where celebrity chefs and musical artists will mingle with attendees, and guests can enjoy special cooking demos, wine tastings, intimate dining experiences curated by CWFF celebrity chefs, a Saturday evening VIP dinner, an all-inclusive Sunday brunch), various open bar events, and an exclusive swag bag.
Cabins are $95 per night per person with a 12-person minimum.