Campfire Sounds 2007

Aug 03, 2007 - Aug 05, 2007
Wave Farm

5662 Route 23 | Acra, NY 12405 | 518-622-2598
http://wavefarm.org/

Campfire Sounds:
free103point9's Campfire Sounds is a two-day avant folk festival on 30 acres at free103point9's Wave Farm in upstate New York. Enjoy views of the Catskill Mountains with ponds, streams, fields, and forests. Food/beverages sold. Camp overnight for $18. $7 admission. This year will be the third annual Campfire Sounds show at Wave Farm.

Streamed live on free103point9 Online Radio.

FRIDAY AUG. 3
DJ Dizzy (NY) 6 p.m.
Mike Tamburo (PA) 7 p.m.
Aether Myth’d (MA +) 8:30 p.m.

SATURDAY, AUG. 4
DJ MV (VT) 11 - 1 p.m.
Shawn Onsgard (NY) 1 p.m.
Kim Cascone (CA) 2 p.m.
Sunburned Hand of the Man (MA) 3 p.m.
Samara Lubelski + Hamish Kilgour + Helen Rush (NY) 4 p.m.
MV & EE with the Golden Road (VT) 4:45 p.m.
Franklin Mint (NY) 5:45 p.m.
Dan Matz + Gianmarco Cilli + Justin Luke (PA) 6:45 p.m.
The Dust Dive Flash (NY) 7:45 p.m.
The Dust Dive (NY) 8:30 p.m.
Latitude/Longitude (NY) 9:15 p.m.
This show is part of free103point9's Tenth Anniversary Celebration March-Oct., 2007.


Wave Farm Visitor Information

PARKING: Park in the large field near the road. Follow entrance signs to pay admission and receive your radio and program notes.

FOOD: Food and beverages sold on premises. Diner within walking distance.

SERVICES: Port-a-let on property

ANIMALS: You may want to bring bug spray/sauce. Definitely check for ticks. Be alert in the woods for the bear. (These bears are not aggressive, but of course close encounters should be avoided. Please keep an eye out if you are exploring paths in the forest.) Dogs are allowed (no biters, please).

BRING: Balls (soccer field for playing), grills, bug spray, shoes that can get wet/muddy, flashlights, fishing poles (catch and release bass), etc.

PROPERTY BOUNDARIES: Please respect the Wave Farm property boundaries (refer to the map in your program notes), so that these summer events may continue for years to come.

KEEP WAVE FARM BEAUTIFUL: Please use the ample trash and recycling cans so we can keep the Wave Farm beautiful.

DO NOT: Move tiki torches (fire hazard).

DIRECTIONS BY CAR
From the either North or South, take the New York State Thruway (I-87) or the Taconic Parkway, to Route 23 West.

From the New York State Thruway (I-87), take exit 21 (Catskill/Cairo) and head West on Route 23 for about 11 miles. Keep left and stay on Route 23 at the fork with Route 145. Wave Farm is 3.6 miles from the stop sign at the fork, (about 1/4 mile, or the third entrance on the right after John Holzlman Road and the Cera's Restaurant sign.) free103point9's Wave Farm is the black top driveway on the right across from a bright blue house. If you pass the Gilded Grape store or Edison Timmerman Road you've gone too far.

From the Taconic Parkway, take the exit Route 82 (which becomes Route 23). Continue towards Hudson and then go over the Rip Van Winkle Bridge. Approximately 15 minutes after crossing the bridge, keep left and stay on Route 23 at the fork with Route 145. Wave Farm is 3.6 miles from the stop sign at the fork, (about 1/4 mile, or the third entrance on the right after John Holzlman Road and the Cera's Restaurant sign.) free103point9's Wave Farm is the black top driveway on the right across from a bright blue house. If you pass the Gilded Grape store or Edison Timmerman Road you've gone too far.

BY TRAIN
The closest Amtrak station is in Hudson, 15 miles east of Wave Farm. A taxi from the Hudson train station to Wave Farm costs approximately $35. 1-800-USA-RAIL
http://www.amtrak.com
Call Hudson Riverview Taxi (518) 828-3355 to have a taxi waiting for you at the station.

BY BUS
Adirondack Trailways runs two buses a day from New York's Port Authority to Windham, 10 miles west of Wave Farm.
1-800-858-8555
http://www.trailwaysny.com

free103point9's Wave Farm
5662 Route 23
Acra, NY 12405-1026
(518) 622-2598
info@free103point9.org