If you’re interested in having a fun-filled weekend, then visit Lake George! There are so many exciting live music shows, performances, and more going on throughout the region that it’s hard to pick just one to attend. Instead, take a look at this upcoming lineup of events and add a few to your weekend plans in Lake George.
Have Fun at These Live Music Events
If you’re free on Friday, then you’ll want to stop by the Lake George Beach Club as they are hosting three different performances that day! Catch some live music by Double Vision at 1:00pm, Tim Ortiz at 5:00pm, and the Just Looking Band at 9:00pm.
Get ready for a concert by Capital Zen at King Neptune’s Pub this Saturday at 9:00pm. The band is renowned for bringing their high energy dance party music to venues throughout the Northeast and beyond.
Join up with the Lake George Bar Crawl on Friday night or Saturday night and prepare to be entertained! This is organized bar hopping at its best, and both evenings will include games, drink discounts, and lots of live music and dancing at each stop. The meeting place is the Centennial Fountain in Shepard Park at 10:00pm.
Enjoy live music in Shepard Park this Friday night! The two performers will be Gang of Thieves and Tumblin Dice, and the evening will also feature a craft beer and wine garden, a food caterer, activities, and more.
The Little Theater on the Farm in Fort Edward will host their annual Christmas in July concert this Sunday from 2:00pm-4:00pm. The cost to attend this fun sing-along show is $10 for adults and $7 for seniors and students.
Attend Fantastic Shows & Screenings
The Lake Theatre at the Holiday Inn Resort in Lake George will kick off their 50th season with multiple performances of “Last of the Red Hot Lovers” – a delightful, touching comedy. This week, performances will run through Saturday and take place at 6:30pm. Performances will start again early next week.
The Sagamore in Bolton Landing will host a special performance by the Seagle Music Colony this Friday at 10:00am. The children’s opera is titled “Little Red’s Most Unusual Day,” and it is free to attend!
The rescheduled Lake George Film Festival will take place on Sunday and Monday in Lake George’s Charles R. Wood Park. There will be chances to meet the filmmakers, and during the evening, you can sit back and watch a grand compilation of short films.
Discover the Arts
A new and unique gallery space in Bolton Landing is scheduled to open this weekend – The Angels at Lakeshore Gallery. Created by Bolton Landing residents Tim and Beth Tiger, this gallery houses a collection of angelic works by Irish artist Lorraine Coffey. Stop by during the grand opening celebration this weekend and enjoy activities, check out the artworks, browse the shop, and more.
Visit The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls for Free Docent Tours of Hyde House and its special exhibitions on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday! Tours start at 1:00pm and 2:00pm, and registration is not required.