CANCELED: Adirondack Independence Music Festival
Please note, the Adirondack Independence Music Festival in its traditional format has been canceled, but the festival organizers plan to bring intimate drive-in concerts to the Festival Commons throughout the late summer and fall.
The 6th Annual Adirondack Independence Music Festival was originally scheduled to return to the Charles R. Wood Festival Commons this fall: September 4-6, 2020. This two-day, multi-band event would have featured several of the premiere touring bands currently on the festival circuit.
Last year’s event featured performances by Twiddle (2 sets), Pigeons Playing Ping Pong (2 sets), G. Love & Special Sauce, Pink Talking Fish, Ryan Montbleau Band, Everyone Orchestra, Marco Benevento, Gubbulidis & Friends, Kung Fu, Lucid, Hayley Jane & The Primates, Midnight North, Barika, Deadgrass, People’s Blues of Richmond, The Big Takeover, Hartley’s Encore, Eggy, Funktional Flow, Annie in the Water, The New Motif and Rich Ortiz.
Music at the festival commons went from 11:30am – 11:00pm across two alternating stages, followed by late-night performances taking place at King Neptune’s Pub until about 3:00am. Admission to the King Neptune’s shows was free to festival attendees 21+ and music at the festival commons was open to people of all ages.
In addition to lots of great music, the festival also featured a variety of food and craft vendors as well a great view of the Lake George fireworks on Saturday evening.
Additional information can be found at adkmusicfest.com
Photo provided by Adirondack Independence Music Festival