Summer Sunset Music Series Returns on July 13

Chamber of Commerce hosts July and August outdoor concerts

The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce will host its popular Summer Sunset Music Series, kicking off on Sunday, July 13, and running each Sunday through Aug. 24.

The series, hosted at the Village of Cold Spring’s Riverfront Bandstand, is now in its 12th year of bringing the area’s best entertainment to the village for residents and visitors to enjoy free of charge. Concerts, which range in style from country to blues to Americana, run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. This year’s lineup includes:

July 13 — Jessica Lynn (country)
July 20 — Buffalo Stack (rock n’ roll/Americana)
July 27 — Alexis P. Suter Band (blues)
Aug. 3 — Parsonfield (folk, rock, Americana)
Aug. 10 — KJ Denhert & Marc Von Em (folk, rock, jazz)
Aug. 17 — Slam Allen Blues Band (blues)
Aug. 24 — Chris Cubeta & The Liars Club (indie rock)

The chamber encourages local residents and visitors to visit local shops and cafes before concerts and stay for the rest of the evening.

“Thanks to our sponsors,” Debbi Milner, president of the Cold Spring Area Chamber says, “we are able to entertain thousands of people this summer. We are grateful to Putnam County Tourism and Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill, our top sponsors, The Hudson House and Central Hudson for sponsoring half a concert each, and our business pack sponsors: Moo Moo’s Creamery, Robert’s Total Care Salon, The Gift Hut, Tightrope Interactive, Riverview Restaurant, Wells Fargo Bank and Dr. Cynthia Ligenza.”

To learn more, visit or via Facebook at Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce.


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One thought on “Summer Sunset Music Series Returns on July 13

  1. Parking is awfully tough for the concert series — and the boatyard parking lot is empty at that time. Can’t the town strike a deal?