NY ROCK n' Roots
2 Day Music Festival | Charles R Wood Park
Lake George, New York
Rock Friday May 20
Gates 5PM Music at 6-11PM
6PM-7PM Jocelyn and Chris Arndt
7:30-8:30 Peter Prince and Moon Boot Lover
9-11PM Badfish-A Tribute to Sublime
4:20-5 Brian Lapoint and the Joints
5:15-6 Roots, Rhythm and Dub
6:15-7:15 Dr. Jah and the Love Prophets
7:30-8:30 New Kingston
9-11 PM Badfish-A Tribute to Sublime
NY Rock n Roots is all about bringing people together to celebrate music, friendship and love for the community and the environment! What better backdrop could we have than the beautiful Adirondacks and Lake George?
Our goal is to bring a fresh outlook to the outdoor music scene. We are striving to reduce the waste generated by these types of events, being conscious of our surroundings, and having all that positivity add to the amazing experience of hearing awesome music with friends!
The West Brook Conservation Initiative went through great lengths to preserve Lake George when this beautiful space was being built. We want to support the efforts to keep Lake George beautiful!
In an effort to do our part, our vendors will not be selling any plastic bottles! We will have refillable water bottles for sale, or bring your own! We will have filtered water refill stations set up! Our beer tent will also be free of plastic. Beers will be served in refillable, souvenir cups.
For more information about why we aren't fans of bottled water:
Bring your friends, bring your whole family, including the kids and enjoy the amazing views and good food we have to offer on top of the outstanding music!
Come contribute your energy to the experience and celebrate NY!
– The kind folks of High Peaks Presents
Directions to Charles R. Wood Park and Festival Space: 33 West Brook Rd Lake George, NY
Northway Exit 21: follow the signs pointing towards Lake George Village. The Festival Space will be quickly on your right-hand side, just before the heart of the Village. OR, from the middle of the Village, turn East onto Beach Road and it will be on your right.
The Charles R. Wood Park is a 12.5 acre area and home to the Festival Commons, located on Beach Road at the southern tip of Lake George. In the 1960-70’s, the area was the site of the old Gaslight Village theme park, owned by Charles R. Wood.
Mention NY Rock n Roots for a special rate!
Camping can be fun too!
Rain Or Shine | No Refunds | Artists are subject to change without notice