Schroon Lake’s 50th Summer Of Live Music At Boathouse Theatre

Schroon Lake Arts Council will present its 50th summer of Live music in the Boathouse Theater from July 3 to Aug 10.

This year’s theme is “Roots of Adirondack Music” featuring the bands and artists that make up the Adirondack style of folk. All of the concerts are free and volunteer run. The concerts also overlook Schroon Lake located in the eastern part of Adirondack State Park.

Boathouse Theater has been operating since 1874 and is just one of the attractions in the town of Schroon. People come to the area for fishing, hiking and to soak in views of Schroon lake.

The lineup of bands is full of folk, blues and genre bending performances. On July 3, Get Up Jack, an Irish folk band, will start off the series. They have performed at Boathouse theater for multiple years and are a fan favorite. Music isn’t the only thing that brings people to the theater. On July 13, The Puppet People will present their “Puppet Potpourri.” Additionally, on July 15, the arts council will show the PBS documentary, “Songs To Keep: Treasures Of An Adirondack Folk Collector,” about the Adirondack folk artist Marjorie Lansing Porter.

To find more information on the series, you can visit the arts council website here.

Roots of Adirondack Music 2024

July 3: Get Up Jack

July 9: Dave Ruch

July 13: The Puppet People

July 15: Songs To Keep: Treasures Of An Adirondack Folk Collector with Dan Berggren

July 16: Annie and The Hedonists

July 23: The Kennedys 

July 30: Marsh Lights

Aug 3: Lake George Music Festival Preview Concert

Aug 10: Goodnight Moonshine

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