Saturday, March 17, 2018

Lake George Bands n’ Beans March 25th

bands n beansThe 27th Annual Bands n’ Beans event at the Roaring Brook Range, 2206 NY-9N, in Lake George, is set for Sunday, March 25th, 2018.

Doors open 1 pm, music and the chili competition will take place from 2 to 7 pm.

Scheduled musicians include: Rich Ortiz at 2 pm; The Switch at 3 pm; Stony Creek Band at 4 pm; Rattail Jimmy at 5 pm; and Dirt Cheap at 6 pm, in the Big Room. Chris Ballini; Tim Wechgelaer & Friends; Cowbow Ernie Sites; The 317; Emanation; Dolan; and the Flynn Brothers will play in the Powderhorn Room, starting at 2:30 pm.

Restaurants participating in the Chili Competition include: Adirondack Pub & Grill, Aviator, Ashes, Barnsider, Battle Hill Brewing Company, Bean’s Country Store, Buck’s Tavern; Bella’s Café, Biscotti Brothers, Cameron’s Deli, Centerplate at Gore Mt., Caffe Vero, Cleverdale Country Store, Dizzy Chicken, Docksider, Fort William Henry, Full Moon Bar & Grill, Garnet Hill Lodge, The Garrison, Giovanni’s at The Georgian, The Grateful Den, The Grist Mill, Holiday Inn at LG, Lake George Beach Club, Lake George Lanes and Games, Longhorn Restaurant & Pub, OP Frederick’s, O’Toole’s Restaurant, Queensbury Hotel, Sticks & Stones and Tavern 16. Along with chili from these restaurants Rock Hill Bakehouse will serve their award winning breads.

$20 Tickets can be purchased by March 23 at Lake George Arts Project offices (518) 668-2616, or The Barnsider Restaurant in Lake George, or Tavern 16 in Stony Creek. Tickets can also be purchased on the day of the event, for $25, at the admission doors at Roaring Brook Ranch.

Bands n’ Beans is a benefit for the Lake George Arts Project, presenter of the Lake George Jazz Weekend, the Summer Concert Series in Shepard Park, and the Courthouse Gallery exhibition series. For more information, contact the Lake George Arts Project at (518) 668-2616.

Photo of Bands n’ Beans, provided.

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  1. Harv Sibley says:

    A root tootin’ time for sure…..

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