Rock N Roll Resort April 1st-3rd, 2011

Words By Karen Dugan

Spring is fast approaching and the season’s first New York music festival, the Rock N Roll Resort Festival 2011, is coming to kick the season off in Kerhonkson, NY on April 1, 2nd and 3rd. For the music lovers who can’t wait till the cold season ends, who scowl at the hassle of packing and setting up camp or who just do not care to spend a music filled weekend without a comfortable bed and cool shower, this festival is for you.

What sets apart this 3-day, 4-night festival is the fact that it takes place within the lovely Hudson Valley Resort and Spa. Rock N Roll Resort Festival encompasses everything that a regular outdoor festival delivers with the added luxury of comfortable accommodations.

The Rock N Roll Resort Festival has a substantial line-up comprised of some of the region’s most talented musicians! Pulling wonderfully talented musicians, DJs and bands from up and down the East Coast, you can be sure to find something your ears will enjoy at any given time over the weekend!

Lettuce (2 sets), Deep Banana Blackout (2 sets), The New Riders of the Purple Sage (2 Shows), Max Creek (2 Sets), G.F.E. (Granola Funk Express), Eric Krasno & Chapter 2 Rubblebucket, Spiritual Rez, The Pimps of Joytime, The Nigel Hall Band, The Breakfast, Break Science, Caravan of Thieves, Sam Kininger Band, Kung Fu, Jeff Bujak, Mark Mercier Project, Nephrok! Allstars, The Alchemystics, Nutritious Sauce, Holy Water Undertoe, Darian Cunning Band, Domino Theory, The Rev Tor Band, The Tony Lee Thomas Band, Fever Train, The Primate Fiasco, lespecial, The Problemaddicts, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, Sophistafunk, Coppertonic, KONG, Nardy Boy, I Anbassa, Sushi Grade Panda, The Kings, Kevin Crane & Co.


-Suite packages range from $378 for the Singles Program to $1,990 for a 4-person suite
-Day passes are $65 for Friday /$70 for Saturday and Sunday
-RV Parking on site
-Free Wi-Fi in lobby


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