Buffalo-born alt-rocker Willie Nile will headline the 32nd annual LarkFEST, set for Saturday, Sept. 21 in Albany.
The street festival is sponsored by radio station WEXT-FM, and offers two stages of live musical performances by local and regional bands all day, as well as art, food and activities on Lark Street between Washington and Madison avenue.
Performing on the Washington Avenue Stage will be The Chronicles, Matt and The Bad Ideas, Barons in the Attic, Charlie Watts Riots and Bobby Long.
On the Madison Avenue Stage, Grainbelt, The Last Conspirators, Rodeo Barons, the Molly Durnin Trio and Willie Nile will perform.
The daylong festival, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., is free. No coolers will be allowed. For more information on LarkFest 2013 contact Lark Events, 518-336-LARK or email email@example.com