Real Good for Free: Nervosity Battle of the Bands Concert @ Guilderland Performing Arts Center, 6/18/10

Ten bands featuring musicians of middle or high school age will be performing at the annual Nervosity Battle of the Bands Concert at the Guilderland Performing Arts Center in Guilderland.

Each band will perform for 15 minutes, and the competition will begin at 6pm on Friday. Admission is free; donations are gratefully accepted with all proceeds going directly to help fight against AIDS.

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The ten bands selected to perform in concert on Friday are:

The Darwins
The Summer Switch
Reasons to Run
The Pangaea Alliance
Second Generation
Seventh Story Demise
Uncle Joel’s Comb
Approaching Infinity
Coach Tunnels
River Eater

The Freedom Park Concert Series @ Freedom Park, Scotia (7pm various days)
River Street Festival @ River Street, Troy (Saturday, June 19)
Music in the Park @ Schodack Town Park, Schodack (6pm Tuesdays)
Tuesday Nights in the Park @ Cook Park, Colonie (6:30pm on Tuesdays)
Jazz On Jay @ Jay Street, Schenectady (12noon Thursdays)
Alive at 5 @ Riverfront Park, Albany (5pm Thursdays)
Tiki Thursdays @ the Piggy Bank, Beacon (6pm Thursdays)
Garage Bands in the Garage @ the Albany Public Library, Albany (6pm Fridays)
Upbeat on the Roof @ Skidmore College’s Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs (7pm Fridays)
Rockin’ On the River @ River Street, Troy (5pm Wednesdays)
Beacon Riverfest @ Riverfront Park, Beacon (Saturday, June 26)
Skidmore Jazz Institute @ Skidmore College’s Zankel Music Center, Saratoga Springs (Tuesday, June 29-Friday, July 9)
Music Haven Stage @ Central Park, Schenectady (7pm Sundays)
Lake George Arts Project Summer Concerts @ Shepard Park, Lake George (7:30pm Wednesdays)
Lake George Jazz Weekend @ Shepard Park, Lake George (Saturday-Sunday, September 18-19)

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