Freedom Park 2018 concert series lineup

Moriah Formica The Voice 2017

Moriah Formica will be there later in June.

The popular series of free concerts at Freedom Park in Scotia starts this Wednesday.

As usual, the season includes big lineup with multiple concerts each week from June through late August. And the lineup includes a bunch of different genres.

Freedom Park is on the Mohawk River, just over the Western Gateway Bridge from Schenectady, next to Jumpin' Jack's. (Sometimes you can catch a water ski show, too.)

Here's the schedule...

Shows start 7 pm unless otherwise noted. Concerts are rain or shine unless there's dangerous weather. Descriptions via Freedom Park schedule.

June 20: Get Up Jack - Irish

June 23: Funk Evolution - party rock

June 24: Music Company orchestra - classical

June 27: Moriah Formica - rock

June 29: Rusticator - acoustic Americana (water ski show at 7 pm, music at 8 pm, fireworks at dark)

July 1: The Legendary Charaters

July 7: Alex Tones & His Latin Orchestra

July 8: The Lustre Kings - rockabilly

July 11: Capital District Youth Pipe Band

July 14: Praise in the Park - Christian rock (6:30 start)

July 15: The Route Fifty 5 - brass quintet

July 13: Screaming Orphans - Celtic rock / pop

July 21: The Back40 Band - country

July 22: Uncle Brothers - kids

July 25: Swamp Drivers - Schenecmdy Conny Environment Day

July 23: Rattail Jimmy - rock

July 29: Maria Z Ensemble - flamenco / classical

August 1: The Refrigerators - party rock

August 4: Big Fez & The Surfmatics - beach party music

August 5: The Wister Quartet - classical

August 3: Skeeter Creek - country

August 11: Contra dance night

August 12: Brian Patneaude Jazz Quintet

August 15: The Joey Thomas Big Band

August 13: Anthony Fallacaro - pop

August 10: Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company - modern dance

August 22: SIRSY - alt rock

August 25: Hot Club of Saratoga - gypsy jazz / swing

August 26: Annie & the Hedonists - Americana

August 29: Grand Central Station - party rock

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