By J Hunter
I’ve called Jazz at the Lake – the annual free festival in Lake George’s Shepard Park that closes the outdoor jazz scene – “the happiest place on Earth.” It also might be the wettest place on Earth this weekend, if we’re to believe the drones at The Weather Channel.
But here’s the good news: You won’t have to camp out under a highway overpass to see great music. The Lake George High School Auditorium is the rain site for JATL, and as we saw when the first day of the 2014 festival was rained on, it’s a warm, comfortable space with good acoustics and solid sightlines. So other than changing your usual parking spot, weather shouldn’t keep you from venturing up north to see another great bill from Paul Pines, John Strong and everyone else at Lake George Arts Project.
Here’s the complete 2016 schedule (and, yes, it’s all free):