May 14, 2016 – The Warwick Valley Winery and Distillery will kick off the summer season with its annual “Dylan Fest” on Memorial Day weekend. The festival will offer an amazing line-up of live music, wine, cider, food – and fun. Live Music Line-Up Saturday (May 28) Easy Chair Julie Corbalis Uncle Shoehorn The Kennedys Slambovian Circus of Dreams Sunday
(May 16, 2016) – On May 21, 2016 the Fishkill Business Association will host the Bill Sohan Rock Around the Clock Festival. The event will take place on Main Street in the Village of Fishkill and will include food, live music, vendors, and plenty of kid’s activities. Event Details: Saturday, May 21, 2016 6:00 pm- 10:00 pm (Rain or shine) Main Street
(May 16, 2016) – Attention Reggae lovers! Save the date! Ives Concert Park in Danbury is slated to host the Heart and Soul Entertainment Westside Reggae Festival on Saturday, August 13 at 5:00 pm. Line-up to be announced soon! Ives Concert Park is located at 43 Lakeside Avenue Ext in Danbury.
(May 16, 2016) – On Saturday, June 26, 2016 an Autism Benefit Concert will take place at Freedom Park in LaGrangeville. The event will include local bands from throughout the Hudson Valley, who will be performing a wide variety of music. There will be food for sale and a variety of fun sports tournaments for designed for all ability levels.
(May 23, 2016) – On Sunday, June 5 Lucy’s in Pleasantville will be hosting a Battle of the Bands competition. The event will take place from 1:30-5:30 pm, and will showcase talented young musicians from the area. Two bands will be selected to open the prestigious Pleasantville Music Festival which will take place on July 9. Admission to the Battle
(May 24, 2016) – Palaia Winery in Highland Mills will be hosting several diverse music festivals this summer. While the winery offers live music every weekend throughout the year, the summer outdoor stage performances lure folks from far and wide looking to gather with friends to enjoy Palaia’s array of wines, great live music and delicious food. The atmosphere is
(June 1, 2016) – New York’s backyard jam, The Pleasantville Music Festival is back! Sponsored by Westchester Medical Center, the event will take place on Saturday, July 9 from noon – 9pm. Thousands of friends, families and lovers of live, world-class rock are expected to attend, setting out their chairs, blankets and tents, and dancing in front of the stage
(June 16, 2016) – The non-profit O+ Festival (pronounced o-positive) connects musicians, artists, and health & wellness providers for weekend-long celebrations featuring concerts and performances, art making, and wellness offerings for the entire community. This year, the seventh annual festival will take place October 7-9 in Kingston. The festival is looking for local artists and musicians. Anyone interested must apply no
(July 4, 2016) – On July 9th, Parkway Field will be the place to be for the kickoff of the 12th Annual Pleasantville Music Festival. Fifteen local and national bands will take three stages to provide 9 hours of music. Pleasantville-based Back 2 Zero will kickoff the Party Line Chill Tent Stage at noon, followed by Don Dilego, an acoustic set
(July 12, 2016) – The Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival is a “who’s who” of Bluegrass, and will take place this weekend (July 14-17) in Oak Hill. The festival is expected to host 40+ live bands on five stages, workshops, an emerging artist showcase, dancing, children’s performers, bluegrass academy for kids, camping, crafts, food and much more. To view the festival
(August 6, 2016) – Palaia Winery is hosting its annual Woodstock Festival TODAY. On hand will be a variety of local vendors, bounce house and wagon rides for kids, wine, beer, cider, food inside the tasting room and out at the wine shack. The community is invited to “get into the groove” of the infamous Woodstock Generation with a fantastic live
(August 25, 2016) – In 2008, Marlboro resident “Big Lee” Mazzola celebrated his 50th birthday with an epic musical throw down which would change his life and those surrounding him forever. What started as a huge birthday party has made the transition into an annual intimate three-day festival with two stages of non-stop, non-overlapping music in the scenic hills of Marlboro,