National Geographic mentions The Clearwater Festival

//National Geographic mentions The Clearwater Festival

National Geographic mentions The Clearwater Festival

The National Geographic Traveler editors present the new year’s 20 must-see places – Hudson Valley named and the Clearwater Festival is the lead attraction:

Not even Rip Van Winkle could sleep through the cultural clarion of today’s Hudson Valley. The legendary snoozer in Washington Irving’s tale might descend from his Catskill Mountains hollow to find some of the country’s best folk musicians at the Clearwater Festival in Croton-on-Hudson. Founded by now 93-year-old Pete Seeger, the festival marks its 35th anniversary in 2013. “The Hudson must surely be one of the world’s most extraordinary streams,” says Seeger. “Other rivers are longer and start higher, but my wife and I and our daughter look every day from the windows of our two-room house and see the Hudson. Bless it!”

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By | 2013-02-11T21:49:31+00:00 February 11th, 2013|Festival News|Comments Off on National Geographic mentions The Clearwater Festival

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