The big news is that Valley People Productions have convinced Iron Chic to visit Kingston. The show was originally booked at The Beverly but cops have been called for noise recently so they so had to move it to BSP. The show is on Nov. 10 and costs just $10 with a 7:30 p.m. start time and absolutely killer support bands Timeshares and Nightmares For a Week also.
July 21-22: The brickyards along the Hudson will once again host a festival featuring live music, food, beverages, crafts and games.
The Comic Fest will have stations set up throughout the Highland Public library, offering a wide sampling of different kinds of fandom fun for all ages.
A rundown of all the shows we know about across the Mid-Hudson Valley, with a map. 2018 edition. Plan your viewing!
The New Paltz fireworks will be at the Ulster County Fairgrounds. In Highland, the firework festivities will be held at the Town Field, located behind the Methodist Church on the corner of Vineyard Avenue and Main Street. Both celebrations will have kid’s activities, concessions stands and more.
Get dressed up like a zombie and walk, crawl, creep through the streets of Woodstock with the students of Rock Academy Friday, April 27 from 5:30-9:30 p.m.
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will headline this year’s New York Air Show, Sept. 15-16 at Stewart Airport in New Windsor.
As numerous successful shoot-em-up video games and films have demonstrated, zombies rank with Nazis and bipedal aliens as acceptable, non-controversial targets for simulated massacres. Zombies are already dead, so it’s not really killing… right?
Comedian Kevin Hart announced 100 new dates for ‘The Kevin Hart Irresponsible Tour,’ including a July 15 show at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Sullivan County.
The village of Saugerties will sponsor the fourth annual New Year’s Eve celebration in the village on Sunday, December 31 at 10 p.m.