Sean Rowe in Concert at Bearsville Park
Bearsville Park at Bearsville Theater
Special Guest: Lara Hope Trio & Hudson Crossing
Bearsville Americana Festival.
Enjoy Live Music outdoors at Bearsville Park and the iconic Bearsville Theater by the banks of the Sawkill Creek.
Delicious BBQ, Craft Beers and Cocktails, Summer Spritzers and more.....
Please, no outside food or beverages. Chairs and blankets are welcome.
Doors 12PM / Music 1PM
Adv. General Admission Ticket: $10 / Day of Show General Admission Ticket: $15
Sean Rowe is an American singer-songwriter, musician, recording artist, and forager. Rowe has a powerful sound with an emotional conviction that demands attention. NPR’s All Songs Considered says of Rowe’s vocals, “He can just crush granite with that voice. It’s so powerful.” The Wall Street Journal proclaimed, “Mr. Rowe's ringing baritone is as timeless as his approach, recalling the ecstatic intensity of late-'60s Van Morrison and stark subtlety of late-era Johnny Cash.” Rowe has graced the stage of Mountain Jam, Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival as well as opening for Robert Plant and the Alabama Shakes. Both an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and having his song, “To Leave Something Behind” featured in the film, “The Accountant”, have expanded his voice to an international audience.
His latest release, The Darkness Dressed in Colored Lights, was recorded at The Hive in Wisconsin by Grammy-winning engineer, Brian Joseph (Bon Iver). Expanding his sound, Rowe continues to write heartfelt songs strongly rooted in singer-songwriter tradition. PopMatters.com reflected, “with lyrics that have the poetic storytelling quality you expect from Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen.” An avid naturalist and renowned forager, Rowe often speaks of his fascination with the woods and his connection to the land.
Lara Hope Trio is the stripped down version of Kingston's Roots Rockers Lara Hope & The Ark-Tones. Born out of the need to think outside the box and be able to perform in new spaces during the pandemic, Lara Hope, Matt Goldpaugh, and Eddie Rion honed their trio set by playing weekly livestreams every Monday, which continue to this day. Winner of an Ameripolitan Music Award, and named the “Best Up-And-Coming Band” by New York's Hudson Valley Magazine.
Hudson Crossing is comprised of musicians from all corners of the Hudson Valley. Made up of traditional Bluegrass instruments, we play heart-wrenching laments as well as foot-stomping breakdowns with equal enthusiasm, and our four part harmonies will leave you wanting more. Our repertoire includes traditional tunes, pop tunes done bluegrass style, and a healthy helping of original music. So come clap your hands, tap your feet, and get up and dance to the eclectic sounds of Hudson Crossing!
Bearsville Theater Covid Protocol :
Masks are strongly encouraged while indoors.