The Woodstock Town Board has designated Saturday, August 6 as “Traum Day,” to honor singer-songwriter Happy Traum and his late brother Artie for a lifetime of work that has helped maintain Woodstock’s reputation for musical excellence.
In celebration, some of the Woodstock area’s finest musicians will gather together and perform a Concert on the Green at the corner of Tinker Street and Rock City Road on Saturday afternoon. The free, outdoor concert will begin at 12noon when Happy Traum is presented with the key to the city.
Here’s the schedule of performances, but keep in mind that this is Woodstock, and with the myriad musicians who live in the area, there’s is likely to be quite a parade of special guests dropping by unannounced to pay musical tribute to the Traum brothers:
MORE FESTIVALS ON THE 2011 CALENDAR:
Many of One Festival @ Lee’s Park, Saratoga Lake, August 5-7
African American Family Day @ the Empire State Plaza, Albany, August 6, FREE
Royal Family Affair @ Stratton Mountain, Vermont, August 12-14
Bluestock Music Festival @ Hunter Mountain, Hunter, August 26-28
Albany Riverfront Jazz Festival @ Corning Preserve’s Riverfront Park, Albany, September 10, FREE
LarkFest @ Lark Street, Albany, September 17, FREE
Jazz at the Lake: Lake George Jazz Weekend @ Shepard Park, Lake George, September 17-18, FREE