Quality events for this weekend
Friday November 21
POLLY: Bounty at River St Pub: Wild dance party that isn’t like any other. With b0ynature, DJ Celestine, GOLDEE DUST, Party With Tina (me) and WILDECRIST.
7th Annual B3nson Family Funsgiving at the Low Beat and Pauly’s: Holiday celebration show with The Parlor, Bear Grass, Secret Release, Rival Galaxies, Hammer Hawk, Neighborhood of Make Believe, Leaks/Mirrors.
Thanksgiving Food Drive at Bogie’s: Hardcore for a cause.
Javelin, PWR BTTM, Photay at BSP Kingston: Electronic jams.
Cretin Hop at Fuze Box: Get weird at Abany’s only rock and roll dance party.
Dest Comedy Jam at HRCH: Comedy show with UA’s Sketch Characters.
Pierce The Veil and Sleeping With Sirens at the Armory: Get your swoop haircuts and tiny t-shirts out.
Saturday November 22
Ladyfest Upstate Festival at The Low Beat: One day music and art fest highlighting women-identified, trans, and gender nonconforming artists. Check the event for profiles of some of the performers.
Comic Jam at Troy Public Library: Drop in and start cartooning.
8th Annual Albany Cranksgiving: Scavenger hunt on your bike for a great cause.
Pretty Much The Best Comedy Show at Proctors: With Headliner Aparna Nancherla.
Fabolous and Konshens at The Armory: Dancehall boss Konshens with F-a-b-o-l-o-u-s.
Turkey Tap at the TU: Craft beer event.
80s Night at Fuze: It’s back apparently.
Sunday November 23
Rock ‘n Roll Brunch 8 at The Low Beat: It’s that time of month for the best brunch around.
Panel Discussion On Creative Economy at The Foundry: Artist talk with
James Howard Kunstler & Friends.
Slowshine, Playboy Manbaby, Rustle Crow at The Low Beat: “Another cool show at The Low Beat”
Alleys, Ellsworth, Korematsu vs. The United States, and Blue Streak Blvd at Fuze Box: “””Skramz”””
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.
John Wick and The Blues Brothers at the Madison Theater: Only five bucks!
Farmer’s Markets: Troy, Delmar, and Saratoga on Saturday, and Schenectady and Saratoga on Sunday.