About Catskill Cuisine
The Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association in partnership with Bethel Woods Center for the Arts presents a day-long festival celebrating the cuisine of the Catskills and beyond.
Showcasing the resurgence and popularity of the Catskills, curators will expose visitors to the beauty of the Sullivan Catskills and its distinct regional cuisine. The destination’s natural rivers, micro-organic farms and forests serve as endless inspiration for the exploding culinary scene, driven by a diverse wealth of local, sustainably sourced products, fresh-from-the-farm produce, and a range of quality craft beverages which are made from the purest Catskill water.
Catskill Cuisine takes inspiration from local fare, farmers, and restaurants, featuring chefs and producers participating in tastings, demonstrations, and hands-on experiences to immerse visitors in the county. It will bring visitors, music, and cuisine together, while allowing local culinary experts to shine and be inspired by other accomplished American chefs.
General Admission Child
(General Admission Child)
Ages 3-12 | Children 2 & Under are free.
General Admission Adult
Ages 13 & Up.
Gastronomes enjoy everything in General Admission tickets, PLUS:
Connoisseurs enjoy everything in General Admission and VIP tickets, PLUS:
The Setting & Schedule
Using Bethel Woods’ iconic grounds of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, museum, the Market Sheds, Festival Tents, Terrace Stage and Concourse Walkway will be activated with tastings, demos, pairings, shopping and entertainment – representing a diverse and delicious bounty.
The Bethel Woods Pavilion Stage will serve as an interactive kitchen in which audience members can witness renowned chefs prepare dishes inspired by the Catskills. The event will also offer an educational portion for children to learn about local cuisine and participate in cooking demonstrations.