Move Music Festival 2017

musicians jocelyn and chris arndt

Joceyln and Chris Arndt

The Move Music Festival returns April 27-29 this year with a bit of a change in format.

In the past the festival has involved as many as a hundred acts spread across 10 venues in downtown Albany. This year the festival will be focused on six venues across three cities:

Thursday, April 27: Cohoes Music Hall

Friday, April 28: The Hangar in Troy

Saturday, April 29: The Hollow, Parish Public House, Stout, and The Fuzebox in Albany

And the first acts have been announced: That Cohoes Music Hall show on April 27 will feature Sawyer Fredricks, Joceyln and Chris Arndt, and C.K. Flach. (A full festival lineup is still to come.)

Full festival passes are $45 and available online. Tickets for the Cohoes Music Hall show are $20 (and available via The Palace). The show at The Hangar is $15. And a pass for the Saturday shows in Albany is $25.

photo via Joceyln & Chris Arndt Facebook

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