Have you been soaking up the summer sun and fun this year? The Clifton Park area is alive with exciting events and activities, and this weekend, you can look forward to even more festivals and can’t-miss concerts.
Experience Amazing Concerts & Performances
The Philadelphia Orchestra at SPAC – Friday, August 2 & Saturday, August 3
The Philadelphia Orchestra’s annual residency at Saratoga Performing Arts Center is underway, and this weekend, the acclaimed orchestra will present two great shows. Friday night will feature Songs of the Sea, and then on Saturday night, The Philadelphia Orchestra will perform every note from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, live to the picture.
The Capital Region’s own Moriah Formica will take the stage in Clifton Park during this Sunday’s Performing Arts at the Common concert. Admission is free, and the concert will begin at 7:00pm.
Freedom Park Summer Concert Series – Saturday, August 3 & Sunday, August 4
Mark your calendar for two great concerts this weekend at Freedom Park in Scotia. Betsy and the ByeGons will perform on Saturday night, and Heard will perform on Sunday night. Both concerts will begin at 7:00pm, and admission is free.
Plan a Trip to the Track
Whitney Weekend is one of the most highly anticipated weekends of racing at Saratoga Race Course each year. Get your tickets to see the GI, $1 million Whitney Stakes on Saturday and more thrilling races all weekend long.
Explore the Weekend’s Top Festivals & Shows
This Saturday, the 2019 Black Arts and Cultural Festival at Albany’s Empire State Plaza will celebrate art, community, history, music, and dance. Enjoy dozens of African crafts and food vendors, a gospel stage, live music performances, and more. This festival is free to attend.
Browse everything blueberry at the Saratoga Farmers’ Market’s Blueberry Festival on Saturday from 9:00am-1:00pm. The market will be bursting with blueberry products, tastings, recipes, and activities.
Take a drive over to The Ferlazzo Agency in Clifton Park this Sunday and check out all the cool vehicles on display at the New Era Car Show. All car models from the years 1975-2009 can be entered into the show, and admission for spectators is free.