See Wild Adriatic and Grand Funk Railroad at Alive at Five. Attendees of Alive at Five can also sample an array of summer favorites such as ice-cold beer, fresh squeezed lemonade, cotton candy and delicious BBQ from some of the area's favorite local vendors. Join us in the fun and music of this wonderful series that is a signature event and a summer staple in the Capital City of Albany, New York. It's free!
Moe Pie is a 4 piece blues rock powerhouse. The can play dance music transition in to a heartfelt tune that you can get close on. They play everything from John Lee Hooker to Tommy Castro and beyond. This is a show not to be missed
Cost:$50 per person - $35 for active volunteers - $10 for children 5 - 10 years of age - Free for children under 5
Join us for an evening of live music by Goin' Back, a steak dinner catered by Outback Steakhouse, and an opportunity to win great prizes. Tickets can be purchased online at schenectadyhabitat.org or by visiting the Schenectady Habitat ReStore located at 115 No. Broadway in downtown Schenectady. All proceeds from this event will benefit the Women Build program at Habitat for Humanity of Schenectady County.
See Conehead Buddha and Sheila E. at Albany's concert series, Alive at Five. Attendees of Alive at Five can also sample an array of summer favorites such as ice-cold beer, fresh squeezed lemonade, cotton candy and delicious BBQ from some of the area's favorite local vendors. Join us in the fun and music of this wonderful series that is a signature event and a summer staple in the Capital City of Albany, New York. It's free!
This summer, Three Quarter North will return to the Howlin' stage. It's all about the music for these five lads from upstate New York. Their love of bluegrass, combined with creative folk music heritage, leads them to some tasty melodies that sound familiar yet fresh. This accomplished group plays everything from traditional fiddle tunes to complex original pop weaving acoustic and electric influences into an enticing array of sounds. Homegrown and raised on tradition, Three Quarter North exemplifies the best in American roots music.
May 14 - Hilltown Ramblers
June 13 - Running the River
July 12 - Thirteen Feet of Bluegrass
August 10 - Three Quarter North
September 8 - Washington County Line Bluegrass
The Howlin' at the Moon Concert Series takes place in the Dutch Barn at the Mabee Farm Historic Site. Each concert begins at 7:00 with a singer/songwriter opener before moving on to the main act. In case of inclement weather, concerts may be moved into the George E. Franchere Educational Center. The cost is $5.00, and attendees are invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets.
For more information, please contact Educator/Assistant Curator Jenna Peterson at 518-887-5073, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Mabee Farm Historic Site is wheelchair accessible, with off-street parking in front of the George E. Franchere Educational Center.
Where: Green Island Bridge Parking Lot, Downtown Troy, NY
From ABC to You Rock My World, no song is forgotten in this electrifying revival of Pop Music's Royal Highness. As the longest running MJ tribute band and the only one that predates his passing, Who's Bad has awed Michael Jackson fans at sold-out shows the world over.
One-time Drive-By Trucker Jason Isbell writes open -hearted songs full of storm and drama, bursting with personal truths, and echoing with the southern sound of his Alabama upbringing. Last year's Southeastern, his fourth solo record, was a critical success and commercial breakthrough. He's been touring with Ray LaMontagne, Willie Nelson, and Alison Krauss - add a little bit of thunder and that's a good indicator of his sound.
When: Today until Thu, Aug 28, 2014
| 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Where: Uncle Marty's Adirondack Grill and Clam Bar
Great Food and Entertainment Planned All Summer Long! Uncle Marty has planned a great roster of local talent for your enjoyment all summer long. Southern Rensselaer County's only Concert Series is worth the drive every time. It offers great music, friendly atmosphere and kid-friendly entertainment. So, before you go home to start the mower, stop at the Adirondack Grill for a great summer event!!
When: Today until Thu, Aug 28, 2014
| 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: Wiswall Park, downtown Ballston Spa, 39 Front Street
Enjoy your summer Thursday evenings at the Ballston Spa Free Concerts in the Park Series! Thursday evenings, starting June 26 - August 28, enjoy live music in Wiswall Park in downtown Ballston Spa from 6 -8 p.m.
This Summer arrive to your country concerts in style on The Barrel Salon's Shuttle Bus which seats 20 people so get your tickets SOON, because once they are sold out they are GONE!
Tickets are only $20 and included transportation to and from SPAC on your desired show date. These trips are always a blast and sell out super fast, so the sooner the better. Don't worry about parking, finding a DD, and all the other responsibility that comes along with driving.. LET US DO THAT FOR YOU!!
The Bus will leave The Barrel Saloon 1.5 hours before the concert and you will receive an informative email before departure. Park you car in our large parking lot for FREE. You can bring your own beverages on the bus along with a small cooler and chairs
TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED TO:
July 12th Countryfest bus will leave at 8am
August 3rd Rascal Flatts
August 17th Luke Bryan
August 24th Zac Brown Band
August 29th Jason Aldean
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