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On Wednesday (September 4) the annual September in the City Art Fair returns to downtown Albany’s Tricentennial Park (on Broadway across the street from the Albany Center Gallery). Each Wednesday at lunchtime this month, the park becomes a pop-up art gallery and concert venue, showcasing some of Nippertown’s finest artists – both visual and musical. The free weekly art fairs are held from 11:30am-2pm on Wednesdays throughout the month of September.
Here’s the schedule of free musical performances for the September in the City Art Fair 2013:
Yes, it’s hard to believe, but there will be no Alive at Five concert down in Albany’s Riverfront Park. The Alive at Five concert season is over for another year.
But live outdoor music will keep coming to downtown Albany for at least another month, thanks to the September in the City Art Fair, which is slated to take place every Wednesday lunchtime (11:30am-2pm) throughout the month of September in Tricentennial Park at Broadway & Columbia St. in Albany (across the street from the Albany Center Gallery).
The annual September in the City Art Fair concerts are taking place downtown in Tricentennial Park (at Broadway and Columbia streets) in Albany from 11:30am-2pm every Wednesday throughout the month of September.
Co-presented by Albany Center Gallery, the free lunchtime events will feature art exhibitions by a number of regional mixed media artists, as well as musical entertainment.
Here’s the schedule of performers:
Boy, September really snuck up on us fast.
The September in the City Art Fair kicked off last week with Matthew Carefully, but the free weekly lunchtime art exhibits and musical performances are continuing throughout the rest of the month.
September in the City takes place in Albany’s Tricentennial Park – at the corner of Broadway and Columbia St., just across the street from Albany Center Gallery – from 11:30am to 2pm on Wednesdays.
Here’s the schedule for the rest of this month’s musical performances:
Wednesday: The Pleasants
September 15: Ben Karis-Nix
September 22: Annie & the Hedonists
September 29: The Shaun & Sean Trio
PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED: REAL GOOD FOR FREE:
The City of Albany is keeping the free outdoor music going downtown for another month.
No, the Alive at Five concert series hasn’t been extended.
Instead, you can get some free mid-day sounds in Tricentennial Park at the corner of Broadway and Columbia St. (where Alive at Five used to be held until it moved down to Riverfront Park).UPDATE: the location has been change to West Capital Park.
The September in the City Art Fair will take place from 11:30am til 2pm each Wednesday this month, showcasing the art work of folks like Gwen Stander, Jim Miller, Grady Burkett, Milton McPherson, the Broadway Arts Center and others.
In addition to the visual art on display and for sale, you can also enjoy free live lunch-time music at each of the art fair dates. Here’s the schedule of performers:
September 2: El Duke
September 9: Spiral Tango
September 16: Jann Klose
September 24: Tequila Mockingbirds
September 30: The Musicians of Ma’alwyck
Real Good for Free: Johnny Rabb & the Jailhouse Rockers @ Powers Park (9/5/09)
Real Good for Free: The Final Stretch Festival @ Saratoga (September 5-6)
Real Good for Free: Lake George Jazz Weekend (9/19-20)
Real Good for Free: LarkFEST!!!!!!!! (Sept. 19)
Real Good for Free: Riverfront Park, Athens (Fridays)
Real Good for Free: Albany Jazz Festival @ Riverfront Park (Sept. 12)
Real Good for Free: The Fabulous Folk Fest @ Bolton Landing (Sept. 6)
Real Good for Free: Thurman (Mondays)
Real Good for Free: Rock-It in Schenectady (Fridays)
Real Good For Free: Halfmoon (Wednesdays)
Real Good for Free: Albany Public Library (Third Fridays)
Real Good for Free: At The Plaza, Albany (Wednesdays)