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MOVE Music Festival
April 21. It seems the Upstate music festival season is upon us a little earlier this year, with the launch of the Capitol Region’s new MOVE Music Festival. Taking place at venues throughout Downtown Albany, the day-long indie event promises sets by 100 bands, along with guest speakers and a trade show. Acts slated to play include The Show, the City Never Sleeps, Echo & Drake, Bern & the Brights, Freak Owls, Skeletons in the Piano, Wild Adriatic, Runaway Dorothy, Spaceship Days, Jolly, The Blind Spots, Black Mountain Symphony, and more. (518) 227-1155;

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