For the full Upstate New York experience, we encourage the greenest and most affordable place to stay — camp at Meadowgreens

NO CAR NEEDED — your camping pass includes free shuttle service to and from Hudson


Campers can check in from 2PM at Basilica Hudson on both Friday and Saturday. Head to the guest/press/camping line at the Basilica Hudson entrance to check in.


A free shuttle bus will operate between the campground and the venue. The shuttle will pick up and drop off outside Basilica Hudson, next to the green trailer. Please note that if you wish to travel between the campground and the venue outside of these hours, you will be required to arrange your own transport. Lyft and Uber both operate in the area, and you will find the contact details of a number of private hire companies on the noticeboard at the Basilica Hudson entrance.

Friday, September 13
Basilica – Campground: 3.00PM / 4.00PM / 5.00PM / 1.00AM
Campground – Basilica: 3.30PM / 4.30PM / 5.30PM
Half Moon – Campground: 2.00AM / 3.00AM

Saturday, September 14
Campground – Basilica: 11.00AM / 12.45PM / 2.45PM / 3.45PM
Basilica – Campground: 2.00PM / 3.00PM / 12.30AM
Half Moon – Campground: 2.00AM / 3.00AM

Sunday, September 15
Campground – Basilica: 10.30AM / 11.30AM

Basilica SoundScape Camping
Meadowgreens Campground
1238 State Route 9H
Ghent, NY 12075

Camping includes:
– Restrooms, showers and electricity hookups at campground
– Scheduled shuttles to/from the venue and after parties
– Plenty of shade, big trees, and beautiful fields

Does not include tenting gear or adventurous spirit!

Limited availability.  

Please note that everyone in your tent must buy their own camping pass, which ensures you will get a seat on our shuttle.

Make a camping reservation.


Tick Awareness

Deer ticks, also known as black-legged ticks, can transmit Lyme and other diseases. Increasing our awareness of ticks increases our awareness of both our bodies and what’s happening on the earth. Please read the information below to better understand how to protect yourself from tick bites.

Treat clothing with tick repellant. You may choose to treat clothing with tick repellant that includes permethrin and/or purchase clothes with a tight weave to prevent tick penetration.

Apply repellent. You may choose a DEET-based repellant or an herbal repellant. When applying a repellent against ticks, follow the directions on the product and give particular attention to the shoe tops, socks, and lower portion of pants. Herbal repellants do not last as long, so if you choose to use one, please remember to reapply.

Tick removal. If you find a tick, use a tick remover especially designed for this purpose (these are available in drugstores and outdoor-supply stores) or very fine tweezers. Grasp the tick as close to its head (as close to your skin) as possible. Slowly pull straight out, trying not to damage the tick body. Disinfect the bite and wash your hands.

Rolling a lint roller over your skin may pick up ticks that are not attached yet.

Clothing care: After coming home, put clothes immediately in the washing machine or in an isolated area so that ticks that may be on clothing do not crawl off into the house or onto people. You can also put the clothing in a hot dryer for 30–40 minutes, which will kill ticks. You may choose to check your bedding for ticks that may have found their way there.

Wear light-colored clothing with long pants tucked into socks. This make ticks easier to detect and keep them on the outside of the clothes.

Tick Testing: If you do find a tick on yourself, one option is to have the tick tested for Lyme or other tick-borne diseases at a lab such as TickReport and Clongen Laboratories

Clothing: Clothing pre-treated with the insect repellant Permethrin is available,as are Permethrin sprays to treat clothing. Permethrin is a man-made version of a natural insect repellent found in certain chrysanthemum plants. Brands include Sawyer’s Clothing Insect Repellent, Duranon Tick Repellent, Repel Permanone, Cutter Outdoorsman Gear Guard, Sawyer’s Permethrin Tick Repellent, 3M Clothing and Gear Insect Repellent, and No Stinkin’ Ticks. Treating clothing with these repellants has been shown to be highly effective in reducing tick bites in outdoor workers. Give particular attention to shoes, socks, and pants (but be sure to apply to arms, legs, etc.). These sprays can be found at local outdoor sports shops (Dick’s Sporting Goods, etc.). Chemical-free clothing such as RynoskinTM, a tight-weave long underwear-type clothing, may also provide protection.

Herbal Repellents: Repel Plant-Based Lemon Eucalyptus and Natrapel 8-Hour with picaridin have been shown to keep ticks away for up to 7 hours.

Chemical Repellents: Chemical repellents found to be most effective (keeping ticks away up to 7 hours) include Off Deep Woods Sportsmen II; Cutter Backwoods Unscented; Off FamilyCare Smooth & Dry; and 3M Ultrathon Insect Repellent 8. Note that a concentration of DEET of up to 30% for adults and children over 2 years of age is the maximum concentration recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. If using DEET, apply this before arriving for camp and not in the parking lot.