Adirondack Independence Music Festival Announce Twiddle and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong as Headliners
The 5th Annual Adirondack Independence Festival has announced Twiddle as the second headliner on the 2019 lineup, playing two sets. Held over Labor Day weekend on Saturday, Aug. 31 and Sunday, Sept. 1 at Charles R. Wood Festival Commons in Lake George, ADK Fest is referred to as “the party of the year.”
Twiddle is joining a stacked lineup including co-headliner Pigeons Playing Pong, also playing two sets. The festival will also feature performances by G. Love & Special Sauce, Pink Talking Fish, Ryan Montbleau Band, Everyone Orchestra– featuring Chuck Garvey (moe.), Vinnie Amico (moe.), Tony Markellis (Trey Anastasio Band), Steve Molitz (Particle), Ryan Montbleau, Hayley Jane, and Sam Kininger, Marco Benevento, Gubbulidis & Friends, Kung Fu, Lucid, Hayley Jane & the Primates, Midnight North, Barika, Deadgrass, People’s Blues of Richmond, The Big Takeover, Hartley’s Encore, Eggy, Funktional Flow, Annie in the Water and The New Motif.
Music at the commons is scheduled to go from 11:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. on two alternating stages, open to all ages, followed by late-night performances taking place at King Neptune’s Pub. Admission to the King Neptune’s shows is free to festival attendees 21 years of age and up. In addition to the great music, ADK Fest will also feature a variety of food and craft vendors and a view of the Lake George fireworks on Saturday night.
$90 weekend tickets and $50 single-day tickets are on sale now through Eventbrite. There is a special VIP option available, which includes admission to both days of the festival, a buffet dinner each night, free snacks, half-priced adult beverages, $2 water & soft drinks, a private viewing area (with a private bar) and access to private bathrooms.
Another feature of the event is a special, multi-venue, festival pre-party on Friday Aug. 30, which will be free of charge both to festival attendees and to the general public. Scheduled performers include After Funk and Capital Zen at Shepard Park in downtown Lake George, followed by Floodwood, who will perform later in the evening at King Neptune’s.
More information and ticketing is available here.