Thursdays on the Village Green concert series returns to Hamilton in July

After a year’s hiatus due to COVID-19, Thursdays on the Village Green is back on Hamilton’s Village Green. In addition to performances every Thursday, each night will includes family-friendly events arranged by the Hamilton Public Library. Live Music At the Village Green dates back to 1902 and is a great place to get together as a community.

Thursdays on the village green
photo credit to Scrap Paper Social.

The series will begin on July 15th with Chris Eves and the New Normal, followed by Leon Etienne. July 22nd brings Stephane Wrembel, one of the foremost master guitarists in the world specializing in the Django Reinhardt style. Next is July 29th with Realtime Dixieland Band and August 5th features Nate Marshall & the Family Band. August 12th brings 90s cover band Lazer Dad along with the Robert Rogers Puppet Show “Just So Stories.” August 19th will feature Opus Black String Quartet with the Utica Zoomobile “Amazing Animal Tails” for the activity.

Thursdays on The Village Green will give locals and visitors alike a chance to enjoy downtown Hamilton’s eateries and boutiques. Ranging from home goods and fashion to antiques and gifts, there’s something for everyone to explore and enjoy.

The audience is encouraged to dine on the Village Green or enjoy the music from the patio of the Colgate Inn. The evening’s concert and activities are free for all to enjoy. Blankets, chairs and dancing are encouraged!

Activities for events will begin at 5:30 PM and music will run from 7:00 PM until 8:30 PM. For more information, please visit their Facebook page
or the event website.

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