With Labor Day weekend just behind us, everyone seems to be scratching their heads as to where the summer went. The good news is that it’s not quite over yet and there’s another chance coming up to enjoy some great music indoors and outdoors before the leaves start to change.
The Paramount Hudson Valley in Downtown Peekskill is throwing their first End of Summer Jam Festival on September 12. The new music festival is free with music on the streets and inside the theater throughout the afternoon and evening. The festival is all about NY, bringing acts from around town and around the state.
Several local vendors and restaurants will be taking to the streets from 12pm – 8pm featuring free music from Rufus Rufasu, Chloe Cannon, Andy Revkin (Hudson Valley), Phineas & the Lonely Leaves (Peekskill), The Godfather Johnny Giovanni, Trifecta (Mahopac), and The New Resistants (NYC).
Hitting the stage inside the Paramount will be DJ Logic (The Bronx), Gedeon Luke and The People (NYC), Yard Sale (New Paltz), and TAUK (Long Island). TAUK is hitting a handful of other spots around NY, and for more information on their shows check out NYS Music’s preview of those shows here.
Although the event is free, there is a $5 suggested donation which will support the Paramount’s non-profit Paramount Hudson Valley Arts.
1pm – Rufus Rufasu
2pm – Andy Revkin
3pm – Phineas & the Lonely Leaves
4pm – Chloe Cannon
5pm – Trifecta
6pm – The Godfather Johnny Giovanni
7pm – The New Resistants
2pm – Yardsale
4pm – Gedeon Luke & The People
6pm – DJ Logic
8pm – TAUK