Adirondack Independence Music Festival Returns to Lake George Over Labor Day Weekend

Article Contributed by gratefulweb | Published on Tuesday, July 9, 2024

The Adirondack Independence Music Festival is set to return to Charles R. Wood Park in Lake George, NY for three nights of exhilarating performances over Labor Day weekend. Running from Friday, August 30th through Sunday, September 1st, the festival will showcase some of the premier touring bands on the festival circuit.

This year's festival promises an unforgettable experience with headliners moe., who will deliver four sets over two nights, and the exciting addition of newcomers Melvin Seals & JGB, who will perform two sets. The lineup also features an impressive array of acts including:

    Yonder Mountain String Band
    Mihali (Live Band)
    Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime
    Pink Talking Fish
    Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country
    Moon Hooch
    Cool Cool Cool
    Wild Adriatic
    Hayley Jane Band
    Bella’s Bartok
    Yam Yam
    Kendal Street Company
    Strange Machines
    The Frank White Experience: A Live Tribute to The Notorious B.I.G.
    Crooked Coast
    One Time Weekend

Beyond the stellar musical lineup, attendees can enjoy a variety of food and craft vendors. The festival will also offer a stunning view of the Lake George fireworks on Saturday evening.

General Admission Weekend (3-day) tickets are on sale now at For those seeking an enhanced experience, a special VIP option is available. VIP tickets include:

    Admission to all three days of the festival
    A meal each night
    Free snacks
    Heavily-discounted adult beverages
    $2 water and soft drinks
    Private viewing area
    Access to the VIP tent with tables, chairs, and a private bar
    Access to VIP bathrooms

The music kicks off at 1 PM on Friday and at 12 PM on Saturday and Sunday, continuing across two side-by-side stages until 11 PM each night. The festival is open to all ages, and children 12 and under can attend for free (general admission).

For tickets and more information, visit the festival website at