Arts & Culture

Peakfest Music Event
2:10 pm
Mon July 21, 2014

Greek Peak's New Owners Hold Music Festival to Increase Summertime Business

Todd Hobin's Band from CNY started Peakfest off
Chris Bolt/WAER News

The owners of Greek Peak Ski Resort hope to make their Peakfest Music Festival an annual event.  The also hope it will spur more visitors to the resort for things other than skiing.  

The first Peakfest features a lineup of classic rock bands to draw attention, including Dave Mason, Pure Prairie League and Firefall.  New York based Professor Louie and the Chromatix followed Todd Hobin to round out the musical lineup.  

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Music Festival
10:40 am
Mon July 21, 2014

Bugs Invade The NE Jazz & Wine Festival

Scott "Bugs" Allen
Credit Mel Rodz Photography

CNY Jazz Central Executive Director, Larry Luttinger, seems to have hit his stride with the NE Jazz & Wine Festival by connecting people's passion for music and wine and presenting it in an urban setting.  He will do so again July 25-26 in Clinton Square with the 2014 iteration of the popular event.

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Arts & Culture
7:12 am
Wed July 16, 2014

Rolling Hills of OCC Again Prove Welcoming for M&T Syracuse Jazz Fest

A supportive crowd enjoying Jazz Fest
Mark Bialczak

The hills were alive with the sound of music.

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Arts & Culture
7:03 am
Wed July 9, 2014

Trombone Shorty, B.B. King Headline M&T Jazz Fest This Weekend at OCC


It's back to the campus of Onondaga Community College for the 32nd edition of the M&T Syracuse Jazz Fest.

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1:51 pm
Tue July 1, 2014

Pops in the Park Returns Next Week; Expands to Five Concerts

Onondaga Park, Syracuse

A free concert series returns to Onondaga Park in Syracuse starting next Tuesday, and continues every Tuesday night until into early August.  THE JULY 1st PERFORMANCE IS BEING RE-SCHEDULED DUE TO THE WEATHER.  See schedule below.

The City of Syracuse Department of Parks and Recreation Pops in the Park  series now includes five concerts on July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29, and August 5.  The shows are free and open to the public.  Here's the rundown from a city press release:

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