Maybe we're getting a little ahead of ourselves, but we cannot wait until summertime! Music on Mainstreet; Canajoharie's FREE summer concert series returns with a stellar lineup!
Tuesday, August 1st, 7pm - DYER SWITCH BAND - New York State Country Music Hall of Fame inductees, Dyer Switch is a versatile, hard-driving bluegrass band. They have performed in many bluegrass festivals across the country.
Friday, August 4th, 7pm - JIM SNACK & COMPANY - The Snack is back! Magic on Mainstreet returns with Jim Snack and new tricks up his sleeve. Join us for a production that combines magic, illusion, sleight of hand, music and comedy. Guaranteed fun for the entire family.
Tuesday, August 8th, 7pm - THE CAROGA LAKE CHAMBER PLAYERS - The Caroga Lake Chamber Players are a showcase of some of the world's top young professional artists from the US and abroad. Now in their 6th season, founder and Artistic Director Kyle Price is proud to present these talented musicians. This show will feature their alternative program.
Tuesday, August 15th, 7pm - LAST DAZE - With original music that leaves a lasting impression, Last Daze has gained support from listeners of a broad spectrum. The body of songs which Last Daze has created crosses musical genres with a strong lean towards rock, but having the ability to put forth a strong country ballad or a blues-infused jam in an instant.
Tuesday, August 22nd, 7pm - KIM SIMMONDS & SAVOY BROWN - One of the earliest British blues bands, Savoy Brown with founder/guitarist Kim Simmond at the helm helped launch the 1967 U.K. blues movement that brought blues music back to the USA. In the process, the band became part of the framework that launched the rock and roll music of the '70's.
You'll find us on the lawn of the NBT Bank, across from Canajoharie's famed "Dummy Light" on State Route 10, a block south of Rte 5S. Concert expenses are covered by the generosity of our local sponsors and all are COMPLETELY FREE TO THE PUBLIC! In inclement weather, the show goes on, indoors at the Arkell Performing Arts Center at the High School. Watch for the signs.