Headed for the Hills 2019
thanks to the dozens of musicians and artists, the hundreds of folks with country and urban roots who came to a rural mountaintop town to celebrate diversity on main street, and the team who worked for more than a year to create a festival that brought us all together.
To those who helped produce the festival : Maggie Uhalde, Calvin Robinson, Dale Robinson, John Kenny, Lily Lasher, Abe Etkin, Michael Gorman, Alex Wernquest, Homer Snyder, Darlene at Mossy Stone Farms, Chris Martin, Cass Kadow, Fernando Schrupp, Fawn Potash, Paul Smart, Marian Cohen, Peter Perrone, Patrick McGuinn, Otto Ohle and Alita Edgar from Airlift.
For equipment loans from Planet Woodstock, Michael Gorman, James Leonard and Pamela Rapp of The Church, John Kenny, and Lafayette Compton.
To the wonderful musical performers: Screaming Females, Mannequin Pussy, Murray Hill, Dustbowl Faeries, DJ Bebe, Afro-Yaaqui Music Collective, Gin Minsky, Cal Fish & Frank/ie Consent, Winter Wolf, BabesNYC, Machines Never Forget, The JFP, Elly Wininger, Robert O. Leaver and Jim Coleman, This Wilderness, Carissa Johnson, Diana Johnson, The Magnetic, Ashley Enright, Sourdoe, Vessels Dance, Harry Matthews, Vanessa Silberman, Casanova the King’s Royal Court, and House of Peculiar.
and the artists’ who exhibited during H4tH: Joe Mama-Nitzberg, Steven Cerio, Clover Archer, David Szlasa, William Beattie, and Sarah Vogwill
3 days 30 Bands. Great Music, Art, Dance, Forests, Rivers, Food, & Community in the pristine Catskill Mountaintops
Headed for the Hills is produced by the Prattsville Art Center and Rad Femme Records. Design: MC