The summer’s 2010 At the Plaza concert series concludes on Saturday with the Hispanic Heritage Celebration.
Following the Capital Region Latino Parade, the Empire State Plaza will host a day-long festival of Latino music and culture headlined by Xtreme, the multi-platinum duo of Danny “Danny D” Mejia and Steve “Steve Styles” Tejada.
The duo was the subject of their own bilingual reality television show, “On the Verge,” and they’ll be showcasing their infectious bachata sound in support of their latest album, “Chapter Dos: On the Verge.”
The celebration will run from 3-8pm on Saturday, and other performers slated to showcase their talents throughout the fest include Toby Rivera, Victor “El Toro” Tolentino and others.
Admission is free.
PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED: REAL GOOD FOR FREE:
September in the City Art Fair @ Tricentennial Park, Albany (11:30am Wednesdays)
Acoustic concerts @ the Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls (7pm Wednesdays)
Lost Radio Rounders’ Third Thursday Charity Concert Series @ the McKownville United Methodist Church, Albany (7pm Thursdays)
Garage Bands in the Garage @ the Albany Public Library, Albany (6pm Fridays)
Lake George Jazz Weekend @ Shepard Park, Lake George (Saturday-Sunday, September 18-19)
LarkFEST @ Lark Street, Albany (Saturday, September 25)