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Accessibility

The Clearwater Festival has won numerous awards for accessibility. 20 wheelchairs will be available, and many volunteers to assist the mobility impaired.

Braille and and large-print editions of the event schedule are available on-site.

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American Sign Language

Clearwater makes every effort to ensure that deaf and hard-of-hearing people are welcome. ASL interpreters are provided on main stages; other areas/stages by request at ASL booth.

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FESTIVAL NEWS

Clearwater Festival announces its second wave of artists!

The Clearwater Festival is happy to announce new artists, in addition to the artists listed above, for the 2018 lineup: Beth Orton - best known for her 'folktronica' sound, this English singer-songwriter mixes elements of folk and electronica. (photo not listed) Langhorne Slim - known from [...]

Clearwater Festival Weekend Pass Pre-Sale Begins Today!

The Clearwater Festival returns to to beautiful Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson, NY on June 16 & 17!        Our Special Weekend Pass & Weekend + Camping Pre-Sale begins today and is only available for a limited time!  We've kept tickets prices low - so, make sure to purchase your [...]

November 16th, 2017|Categories: Festival News|

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Check out the latest single "Darkness In Mind" from River Whyless's new album "Kindness, A Rebel"

We are loving this new single and can't wait for their album due out June 8th.

Catch them at this year's #Clearwaterfest on Sunday!Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Darkness in Mind · River Whyless Darkness in Mind ℗ 2018 Roll Call Records Released on: 2018-05-17 Auto-genera...
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Today is #endangeredspeciesday ! The Hudson River Estuary ecosystem is incredibly important to "a number of species that have their best or only remaining populations in the region. Such species include the northern cricket frog, sable clubtail dragonfly, Kentucky warbler, timber rattlesnake, the bog turtle, Karner blue butterfly, and Indiana bat" according to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. We at Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival are proud of the work we do to protect the Hudson River, its ecosystems, and the many species it supports. ... See MoreSee Less

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