Things to do in Albany and most likely, Things to do in Albany this Weekend
The Pearl Street Pub is settling into their new digs, and is back with their series Comedy on the Edge.
This show is set for October 1 and is featuring headliner Angela Cobb who’s appeared at Broadway Comedy Club, ComedyTime TV, She-Devil Comedy Festival, Stand-Up 360 Comedy Festival, Westchester Comedy Festival, with support from Allan Finn, as seen on The Wendy Williams Show, ComedyTime TV, Sirius XM Radio, Playboy Radio, and The Week In Sex Podcast.
Learn more on the event page, watch the videos included with this post, and consider making reservations sooner rather than later!
Artists’ Reception at UAlbany Art Museum: For Future Perfect: Picturing the Anthropocene, featuring the work of 14 artists.
“Fifty Ways to Love Your Framers” at Tang Teaching Museum: “Gordon Lloyd delivers the Judge David Aldrich Nelson Lecture in Constitutional Jurisprudence”.
Collar City Beer Invitational at Takk House: Rare beer festival.
Garage Bands at APL: Featuring Swamp Baby & Matt Durfee and the Rattling Baddlies.
Being As An Ocean, Restless Streets, Like Lions, Through Her Eyes at Trickshots: Melodic/hardcore/metal.
Breathing Lights Public Art Dialogue at Spring Street Gallery: Conversation about the arts and artists.
Macgregor-Palooza 2016 at BSP: Rock/blues/trash/prog.
PCP! Presents: A Burlesque Revue at Fuze: Burlesque performances and gogo dancing.
Cretin Hop at Fuze: Post burlesque rock and roll dance party.
Jim Breuer at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall: Back for a third time. Comedy show.
Buscabulla + Milo at The Tang: Experimental Spanish pop and MKE based rapper.
Pearl Palooza: Block party. With Galactic, Warpaint, Maybird, Bassh, The Geeting Committee, and Rechorduroys.
Scandinavian Saturday at SMCo.: Get your rare coffee on, featuring Langøra Kaffebrenneri.
Duck Derby and Back2School Fest in Washington Park: Duck race for a great cause.
Art in the Park in Congress Park: Celebrate the arts and enjoy Saratoga.
Shindig at Catskill Animal Sanctuary: Food, vendors, cooking demos, music, and more.
Profiles of African-Americans in Schenectady at SCHS: Celebrating Schenectady County’s black history.
Moving Party and Fundraiser at Forage + Sundry: Raffle, music, food, and more.
Danny Brown at Upstate Concert Hall: Rap. With Maxo Kream and Zelooperz.
Poetry Brothel: Fallen Leaves at BSP: Poetry radically re-contextualized.
“Weird Al” Yankovic at Proctors: The Mandatory World Tour.
Neverland at Fuze: Goth night.
RuPaulapalooza at Rocks: Drag show, celebrating the new season of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Rock n Roll Brunch at The Low Beat: Second to last one! Get there.
Upper Madison Street Fair: Food, vendors, silent auction, and more.
Basilica SoundScape in Hudson: Weekend of music and art with a seriously stacked lineup.
Rensselaerville Ride at Carey Institute for Global Good: Weekend of cycling, food, music, and more.
FreshGrass Festival at MASS MoCA: 50+ Bands. Bluegrass.
Art Omi: The sculpture fields are awesome.
Day trip to MASS MoCA: Pretty drive and a great museum.
The NYS Museum: Bunch of great exhibits and it’s right in your backyard.
Second-run movies at the Madison Theater: Only five bucks!
Movies at The Spectrum: First run, independent movies at a small centrally located theater.
Farmer’s Markets: Troy, Delmar, and Saratoga on Saturday, and Schenectady and Saratoga on Sunday.
Best known as long-time guitarist for the worldʻs most successful musical comedy artist, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Jim “Kimo” West is regarded as one of the world’s foremost “ki ho’alu” or Hawaiian “slack key” guitar artists.
Kimo’s work with Yankovic has earned 4 Grammys (and 9 more nominations), appearances on nearly every late-night talk show, and their most recent CD, “Mandatory Fun,” debuted at #1 on Billboard. (Plus, Kimo, Al and the rest of the band were on The Simpsons!)
If this sounds like your kind of thing, enter below. If you’re not the contest type, tickets are currently for sale directly from Proctors.