On Saturday and Sunday, music fans made their way to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts for the inaugural edition of Catbird Music Festival, the first music and camping festival to take place on the historic Bethel, NY grounds since the iconic Woodstock Music & Art Fair back in 1969.

While the event was built around the spirit of Woodstock, the bill for the event largely veered away from the countercultural milieu of the 1969 fest, instead presenting an eclectic mix of the best and brightest in the contemporary worlds of folk, indie, Americana, and alternative country alongside a sprinkling of rock and jam bands, all spread across two stages on the picturesque Bethel Woods grounds.

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On Saturday, the first-ever Catbird Music Festival got started with performances by The LumineersThe War On DrugsBand of HorsesTrampled by TurtlesMargo PriceJames Bay, and more. On Sunday, Tyler Childers led a more rock- and jam-focused lineup featuring Trey Anastasio BandDispatchCharley CrockettAmos LeeMorgan WadeCelisseAllison RussellThe Soul RebelsEggy, and Madeline Edwards.

Below, check out photo galleries from both days of Catbird Music Festival 2023 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts via Bahram Foroughi.