Friday, September 24, 2010

See You At LarkFEST!

Here are the performance times for all the acts on the two stages at this year's LarkFEST, Albany's trademark pop culture event!

Madison Stage (Lark & Madison)
10:00am Skadee
11:00am Tom McWatters & the Philo Beddoe Band
12:00pm The Charlie Watts Riots
1:00pm Harper Blynn
2:30pm Eli “Paperboy” Reed
4:30pm Backyard Tire Fire

Washington Stage (Lark & Washington)
10:10am The Ill Funk Ensemble
11:10am Rich Ortiz
12:10pm Sirsy
1:10pm Kaiser Cartel
2:45pm Jim Keller
4:15pm Chris Barron

Can't hear this! SILENT DISCO at LarkFEST 2010 12pm-5pm

This year the block of Hudson Avenue between Willett and Lark Streets will feature a silent disco. What?
Participants will wear a wireless headset that receives a broadcast from a local source; without the headset
the music cannot be heard. The LarkFEST silent disco will feature two different DJs each hour competing
for listeners who will be wearing the headphones. Multiple DJs will rotate throughout the day.

The 29th annual LarkFEST will be held Saturday September 25, 2010 from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm (co-sponsored by The Lark Street Business Improvement District, the City of Albany and Mayor Jerry Jennings) For more information call 518-434-3861 or go to

Lark Street is often referred to as the vibrant heart of Albany, the Capital of New York State. Across 10 blocks of the District, many unique and exciting businesses line the street offering one of a kind experiences for residents and visitors alike. From shopping to dining to nightlife to the arts, Lark Street has it all for a Live-Work-Play lifestyle. Often called the "Village in the City", Lark Street often evokes the feeling of neighborhoods in New York City. Throughout the year, many events take place on Lark Street including Art on Lark, LarkFEST and Winter WonderLark. Lark Street is the place to be!

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