LarkFest 2015 Announces Line-Up of Bands

September 2nd, 2015, 3:00 pm by Greg

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Photograph of Jocelyn Arndt by Stanley Johnson

With Albany’s biggest street festival just about two weeks away, organizers have finally unveiled the line-up of bands for LarkFest….

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The city street will once again be shut down to traffic, as Larkfest 2015 takes over Albany’s alleged “Greenwich Village” – the stretch of Lark Street from Washington to Madison avenues – on Saturday, September 19.

It’s touted as “New York’s largest one day street festival,” and it’s slated to run from 10am-5:30pm with two stages of live music and entertainment, including top local and regional bands, fun activities for people of all ages, visual arts, music, poetry, magic acts and more. Eight bands in all will be performing throughout the day – four on each stage.

And, of course, admission is FREE.

Here’s the schedule of bands for LarkFest 2014:

WASHINGTON AVENUE STAGE
11:30am: Candy Ambulance
1pm: Jocelyn Arndt
2:30pm: Ampevene
4pm: The End Men

MADISON AVENUE STAGE
12noon: Hard Soul
1:30pm: Let’s Be Leonard
3pm: Probing Digit
4:30pm: Stellar Young

ALSO READ:
LarkFest Through the Years
FLASHBACK: Remembering the First LarkFest
FLASHBACK: The First LarkFest Theme Song

ADDITIONAL UPCOMING FESTIVALS FOR 2015:
Wall Street Jazz Festival @ Wall Street, Kingston, 9/5/15, FREE
The Final Stretch Music Festival @ various locations, Saratoga Springs, 9/5&6/15, FREE
The Capital District Scottish Games @ the Altamont Fairgrounds, Altamont, 9/5&6/15
Pearlpalooza @ North Pearl Street, Albany, 9/12/15, FREE
Albany Riverfront Jazz Festival @ Jennings Landing, Albany, 9/12/15, FREE
Hispanic Heritage Celebration @ Empire State Plaza, Albany, 9/12/15, FREE
The Plaza at 50 Festival @ the Empire State Plaza, Albany, 9/16/15, FREE
FreshGrass @ MASS MoCA, North Adams, 9/18-20/15
American Music Festival for the Lake @ Wood Park, Lake George, 9/26-27/15
Bridge Jazz Festival @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall (Troy) and Massry Center for the Arts (Albany, 2/26&27/16