Lake George Art & Craft Festival
Lake George Art & Craft Festival. August 2-4, 2024, at Charles R Wood/Festival Commons.
17 West Brook Rd. Lake George, NY, 12845
10-5 Fri-Sun. Go to home page for more details.
Check back in the Spring of 2024 to see what Entertainment We will have in 2024
Here was the Live Music We Had in 2023
Joe Adee & the Lug Nuts
Will Perform on Friday at 11, 1, & 3FacebookWebsite
Joe Adee & The Lug Nuts” play Americana , R&B, Good Country, Southern Rock and Low Down Dirty Blues with a dangerous edge. With many years experience combined, these guys deliver the goods whether in full electric or acoustic mode. They are a hybrid between a cover and tribute band paying homage to 70″s to the present.
They have performed for “Rocking On The River” Troy, NY free concert series, Columbia County Fair, Chatham NY, Lake George, NY and Stowe VT Arts Festival, Jiminy Peak Ski Resort and many more. You can also catch them at your favorite local Brewery. No gig is too small or Large for these guys.
Donna Tritico Band
The Donna Tritico Band will perform on Saturday at 11, 1, and 3!FacebookWebsite
Donna Tritico Band provides an eclectic mix of blues, classic R&B and rock.
Donna Tritico, Vocals
Joe Lowry, Guitar, Vocals
Paul Rosamillia, Bass,
Allen Halstead, Sax, Keys
Mark Tritico, Drums
Rich Ortiz will perform on Sunday at 11 and 2!FacebookWebsite
Rich Ortiz’s style is truly his own and his music is his soul. Ortiz, never a wallflower, believes he is the product of his family’s cultural diversity and strengths. Since the age of seventeen he’s focused all of his talents and time on his acoustic solo act, if you can call it that. Rich plays guitar, harmonica, and peddle bass (with his feet), and he turns heads with his vocals!
Sisters of the Rising Moon
Will perform on Friday at noon and 2:00!
Sisters of the Rising Moon are a troupe of empowered belly dancers descending from all over the Capital region. The troupe presents a variety of spirited and rhythmic dances to traditional and non-traditional music. We draw our influences from Egyptian style of dance while adding our own flare. The troupe has performed at St. Jude’s International Food Festival, Coalescence: Evening of Belly Dance, to benefit Randy’s Patient Assistance Program at Glens Falls Hospital, Lake George Arts and Crafts Festival and Saratoga Flavor Fest as well as numerous cultural events at other locations in the Capital Region. We truly love our craft and want to share it.