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Woodstock Concerts on the Green 

click to enlarge Spiv UK perform at Woodstock Concerts on the Green last year.
  • Spiv UK perform at Woodstock Concerts on the Green last year.

July 6 and 27. This summer marks the eighth season for the Woodstock Concerts on the Green series, which takes place on, that's right, the town green at the intersection of Tinker Street and Rock City Road. Each of these Saturday afternoons in July is packed with local music. July 6 features the students of the Paul Green Rock Academy, David Kraai and Amy Laber, the Dharma Bums, Rat Boy Jr., the Creek People, Hallow Dog, and Shakey Ground. July 27 once again stars the Paul Green Rock Academy students, plus Eric Erickson, the Gary K Band, Ras T. Asheber, the Comfy Chair, Blueberry, and Jay Collins and the Kings County Band. See website for full schedule. Free. Woodstock.

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