It’s no surprise that the Bearsville Theater in Woodstock released an exciting schedule for the spring.
This unique venue draws a variety of world-class artists throughout the year. This April and May will feature familiar names from several genres including folk, jam bands, reggae, funk and DJ sets.
Bearsville Theater sits in a wooded area about one minute outside of Woodstock. Guests can enjoy the Bear Café next door while checking out the Sawkill Creek. Radio Woodstock 100.1 WDST FM also shares the property. Fans of the venue return time and again for both the music and the incredible atmosphere.
Next week features rising stars Pink Talking Fish on April 7 followed by a funky treat a few days later on April 10: Paul Barrere & Fred Tackett of Little Feat with special guest the New Orleans Suspects featuring members of Neville Bros., Dirty Dozen Brass Band, the Radiators, James Brown and the Meter Men.
Grateful Dead fans can get their fix on April 15 with the Garcia Project and April 16 with Skeleton Keys featuring Todd Stoops of RAQ (formerly Kung Fu) and Alex Mazur of Gratefully Yours.
Folk group Elephant Revival from Colorado will play on April 30 and rising jam band stars Formula 5 take the stage on May 13.
A full schedule is available below. Please visit www.bearsvilletheater.com for details and tickets.
April 1 – The Mountain Goats
April 7 – Pink Talking Fish
April 10 – Paul Barrere & Fred Tackett of Little Feat with special guest the New Orleans Suspects featuring members of Neville Bros., Dirty Dozen Brass Band, The Radiators, James Brown, and The Meter Men
April 15 – The Garcia Project
April 16 – Skeleton Keys with Todd Stoops (Kung Fu) & Alex Mazur (Gratefully Yours)
April 23 – Ladies Night with DJ Lady Miss Kier of Deee-Lite and DJ Lady Verse
April 30 – Elephant Revival
May 6 – Feast of Friends (Doors Tribute)
May 7 – Tangoman & The Latin All Star World Beat Dance Band
May 13 – Formula 5 with Hayley Jane and Justin Hancock of Hayley Jane and the Primates
May 14 – Gary Nest Pine (former lead singer of The Wailers) & The Big Takeover