MUSIC ON THE GREEN
Music on the Green is the free weekly concert series in Riverside Park (corner of Main St. and River St., and rain location is the Hotel Saranac) that runs from the end of June to the end of August, showcasing talented artists in folk, funk, bluegrass, and indie. 7pm - 9pm
June 30th El Nac
The local band that brings energy and funky tunes to each performance. The group’s name was inspired by the Hotel Saranac sign, “The dark half of ‘Hot Sara’ representing all of those who are the underbelly of Saranac Lake.”
First concert of the series! 7pm Wednesday June 30th, Riverside Park.
July 7th The Split Rock Ramblers
The Split Rock Ramblers are a local group that came together over the course of several Shamrock Jam nights. Featuring a mix of bluegrass, country, and Americana.
7pm Wednesday July 7th, Riverside Park
July 28th Moments Notice
Moments Notice is a local group featuring jazz, Latin, blues, and country.
7pm Wednesday July 28th, Riverside Park
August 4th Paul Asbell Quintet
Paul Asbell Quintet is Burlington's premier jazz ensemble.
7pm Wednesday August 4th, Riverside Park
August 11th The Mississippi Hot Dogs
The Mississippi Hot Dogs hail from Saratoga Springs and bring a lot of electric blues and roots music. Featuring Kevin Maul- slide guitar and vocals, Matt Mirabile- guitar, Chris Kyle- guitar, James Gascoyne- bass and vocals, and Chris Carey- drums and vocals. This group has a focus on slide guitar and a deep groove.
7pm Wednesday August 11th, Riverside Park
August 25th Annie in the Water
High energy jams, mixed with funky tones, plus some chill when you need. This group is comprised of members Brad Hester on lead vocals, Michael Lashomb lead guitar and vocals, Ryan Trumbull on drums and vocals, Chris Meier on bass and vocals, Matt Richards keys and vocals, and Brock Kuca on percussion and vocals. Each performance is another adventure; exhilarating and everlasting.
Final concert of the series! 7pm Wednesday August 25th, Riverside Park
Music on the Green is made possible thanks to the following sponsors
This project is made possible with the funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.
Thank you to the following individual concert sponsors
Charles R. Wood Foundation
North Country Public Radio
Say Real Estate