Rhythm on the Ridge
2725 Mariaville Road  
Schenectady,  NY,  12306
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Saturday - Ridge Stage 12pm: Flood Road-Host Band 1pm: Three Quarter North 2pm: Hilltown Ramblers 3pm: Nikki Talley & Jason Sharp 4pm: Ramblin Jug Stompers 5pm: Stoddard Hollow String Band 6pm: Rebecca Angel Band 7pm: Dan Johnson & Expert Sidemen 8pm: Red Haired Strangers Saturday - Lodge Stage 11:30am: Kevin Wayne 12:15pm: Mark Baptiste 1:15pm: Uncle Bootsy & Friends 2:15pm: Snook Sisters 3:15pm: Holly & Evan 4:15pm: Cavanaugh & Kavanaugh 5:15pm: 2Late 6:15pm: Keeners 7:15pm: Matthew Durfee 8:15pm: Tom Keller 8am: "Pickin' with Pancakes" Open Mic hosted by 2Late!!! 12pm: Flood Road - Host Band 1pm: Hill Hollow Band 2pm: Everest Rising 3pm: Big Creek 4pm: Lazy Suns
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