Saturday, July 14: The Lumberyard hosts a “night under the stars” featuring light bites, local brews and Truck: a movement performance inside a 17-foot U-Haul by Bridgman|Packer Dance.
Sunday, July 15: The tireless comedian, actor, best-selling author and preferred pitchman of whoever can afford him leaves the film sets behind and is currently back on the road doing standup with his newest hour of material, titled the “Irresponsible Tour.”
Sunday, July 15: View the wonders of the night sky from 212 feet above the Hudson River.
Taiko drumming in the cool confines of Rosendale’s Widow Jane Mine | Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall visits Saugerties
Saturday, July 14: Chart-toppers from bygone eras teaming up for nostalgia shows at the big-shed summer venues: This has been a model of success for years and years, a way to tap not just a band’s legacy but an era’s. So what it is about this one that surprises me? I guess it is the thought of Steely Dan playing nice with any of their era peers and ever agreeing to period branding such as this.
For culture fans, it isn’t really summer without live theater, whether it’s performed under the stars, in a tent or a shed or a converted barn or an air-conditioned former vaudeville house.
Sunday, July 15: After two critically applauded full-lengths, the Lone Bellow turned to master producer Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson) for album three, Walk into the Storm.
Saturday, July 14: A highly acclaimed practitioner of Songhaï music, Touré has earned two Malian National Arts Awards for Best Singer.
Saturday, July 14: The popular and prolific songwriter, producer and supergroup-collaborator will share the bill with Nellie McKay.
When Tannersville-based 23Arts commences its ambitious four-weekend music festival in July, it will press into use no fewer than 16 venues, all in the Tannersville area.