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Quality events for this weekend

Friday September 30

September Troy Night Out: Art, music, food, and more in Troy.

Over the Verrazano ft Intell Hayesfield at Peck’s Arcade: Good music at the spot in Troy.

Drinks with Plants at Forage + Sundry: Grand opening for the new location.

Tacos + Games at SMCo.: Get your game/taco on.

Life of Agony at Upstate Concert Hall: With Stigmata
and Brick By Brick.

LVL UP, Battle Ave, and Fraternal Twin at BSP Kingston: Alt/indie/lofi/pop.

Monster’s Inc at The Tang: Outdoor movie night.

In Deep at Blue 82: House music. With Jen Haley, Don Stone, Duane Major, and Fongaboo.

Jasper, The Kindness, and Factory Radio at Parish Public House: Indie/rock.

80s Night Dance Party at BSP: Party like a Gen X-er.

SIMO at The Hangar: Psych.

Saturday October 01

North Albany Oktoberfest: Beer and all things German.

Smorgasburg Upstate at Hutton Brickyards: Brooklyn meets Upstate.

Story Harvest at The Sanctuary for Independent Media: Sixth annual outdoor event.

Yes! w/ Sarah Wyman, Claire Hero, + Henry Finch at ACG: Poetry.

Angela Cobb and Allan Finn at The Pearl Street Pub: Comedy show.

Steven Wright at The Egg: Comedy show.

Skeleton Keys at The Hollow: Grateful Dead tribute.

Amy Ray and Chely Wright at Helsinki Hudson: Singer-songwriter.

Jenny Hval, Olga Bell, Tesh, YST at SMOG: Bard show. “Students only”.

You Make Me ___ at Fuze: “A full night of harsh abnoxious (sic) funky tunes spun by Selector David Normal & Guests”.

Sunday October 02

Stone Hill Family Day at The Clark: Picnic, music, kites, and more.

Cruising Against Violence on The Hudson: DJ Tall Matt on a boat.

All weekend

Warrensburg Garage Sale: “World’s Largest”.

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.

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