Hoot on the Hudson at Little Stony Point

Free annual music fest on Sept. 13

Little Stony Point Citizens Association is once again sponsoring its Hoot on the Hudson music fest, Sunday, Sept. 13. This annual event, over 20 years running, hosts some of the Hudson Valley’s finest musical talent.

Music runs from 1 to 6 p.m. and includes performances from Stacy Labriola, Kathleen Pemble, the Monday Men, Open Book, the Edukated Fleas and many more.

The 25-acre park offers spectacular views of the Highlands and the Hudson. Bring a blanket or lawn chair or sit in the grass on the west-side flats of the old quarry. Bring a picnic or purchase fresh sandwiches and snacks from the Taconic Outdoor Education Center.

The Hoot is free and open to the public, with free parking. Donations to the 501(c)(3) LSPCA are welcome and are used to continue its mission of making the park a better place and to inform the public of its beauty and charm.

For more information, visit littlestonypoint.org.


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