8/19/18: Today’s Top Tips: Sunday
FESTIVAL/MUSIC: Hope Rocks Festival @ Cantines Veterans Memorial Complex, Saugerties. Shining a light on the darkness of addiction and depression, Day Two of the fest features two dozen bands on four stages, including Wild Adsriatic, Sydney Worthley, Talia Denis, Big Sister, Heavy Metal Parking Lot, the Midnight revival Band and lots more. 11:30am. FREE.
MUSIC: 10 String Symphony @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. The unique, multi-instrumental duo of Christian Sedelmyer (of the Jerry Douglas Band) and Rachel Baiman has hit the road with their new album, Generation Frustration. 7pm. $22.
FESTIVAL/MUSIC: Dirt Farmer Festival @ Arrowood Farms, Accord. Featuring Tash Neal (of the London Souls), Jimmy Vivino (of the Fab Faux), Grammy Award-winning soul singer William Bell, Jackson Browne & the Midnight Ramble Band, Amy Helm, Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, Hiss Golden Messenger, Terry Reid, the National Reserve, Gail Ann Dorsey, Zach Djanikian, Brendan McDonough. 1pm. $75. UPDATE: This festival is now officially sold out…
MUSIC: Thomas Hampson @ Glimmerglass Festival, Cooperstown. With “Beyond Liberty,” the beloved American baritone opens the American Songbook to explore the influential people and monumental events that helped create and define “the land of the free.” 5:15pm.
DANCE: John Jasperse @ Hudson Hall, Hudson. The Lumberyard’s away-from-home season continues with “Hinterland,” in which a varied group of dancers, including Jasperse, come together with a commissioned score by Hahn Rowe, to build a micro-community, where dance is both celebration and a refuge from the wreckage of culture and history. 1pm.
MUSIC: Jeff “Tain” Watts Travel Band @ The Falcon, Marlboro. The master jazz drummer is joined by Paul Bollenback on guitar and Orlando le Fleming on bass in support of Detained in Amsterdam. 8pm. Donations encouraged.
MUSIC: Hawthorn @ the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. Led by Heather Scott and Taylor Holland, the Boston-based band weaves melodic layers into harmonies pulled from traditional folk roots. 2pm. FREE.
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