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Catskill Chill Musical Festival Keller, Soulive, Easy Star, U-Melt

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NEW JAM HEAVY FEST IN NEW YORK STATE

Soulive

Headlining the inaugural 2010 Catskill Chill Musical Festival in Hancock, NY are Soulive on Friday, September 10 and Keller Williams on Saturday, September 11. The festival will take place at picturesque Camp Minglewood, just west of the Catskill Mountain range in Hancock, New York.

2010 Catskill Chill Lineup

Keller Williams
Soulive
The New Mastersounds
Easy Star All-Stars
Particle
Toubab Krewe
Future Rock
Garaj Mahal
Brothers Past
DJ Logic
Headtronics
Passafire
American Babies
U-Melt
The Heavy Pets
Sim Redmond Bandbr> Yarn
Jounce
Buzz Universe
Jam Stampede
Caravan of Thieves
London Souls

Through Sonicbids.com, one more band will have the opportunity to win a performance slot at Catskill Chill.

Festival attendees will have the choice of camping or renting cabins for the weekend. Cabins range from private lodges that sleep two, to large double bunkhouses that can accommodate up to 25 people.

In addition to the artists performing on the main two stages, attendees will have the opportunity to become part of the festival themselves by performing on the festival's Open-Mic stage.

Morning Yoga classes will be offered on Saturday and Sunday mornings for those who are interested.

Tickets for the 2010 Catskill Chill Music Festival, starting at $85, go on sale Friday, May 28 at 10am EST through a secure ticketing outlet. In addition, reservations will be accepted for on-site cabins rentals, RV passes and VIP tickets.

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