Angry Orchard ‘Rock The Roots Tour’ Set For Two Hudson Valley Dates
Angry Orchard's Rock The Roots Tour will travel the country this summer with two big concerts right here in the Hudson Valley. They'll kick off the tour on June 30th and wrap it up on September 8-9th in Walden. Tickets are on sale now for the June 30th date featuring Sublime w/Rome, Lupe Fiasco, Matisyahu and The Original Wailers.
Your general admission ticket goes a long way. When you arrive you'll have to decide what you want to try out first if you don't feel like going right to the stage area. The Tree House (built by the Treehouse Masters) is a logical first stop where you can take a look out over the orchard. Next, the Cider Innovation House and the self-guided tour. Be sure to grab your cider samples at each stop. Out on the back lawn, they'll be offering up specialty tastings and unique cider offerings you won't find anywhere else. Plus, music. Lot's of great music!
Sublime w/Rome brings the spirit of Sublime to life with original member Eric Wilson on board with Rome Ramiez. Not only do they play songs from the back catalog they have several albums of new material to tap into.
Hip-hop artist Lupe Fiasco has been doing his thing for more than a decade. Retirement rumors swirled before the release of his most recent album Drogas Light in 2017 but obviously not the case.
Live At Stubbs opened a lot of doors for Matisyahu when it was released in August of 2005. His current band features 'Stubbs' guitarist Aaron Dugan and collaborator Stu Brooks to go along with percussionist Joe Tomino and keyboardist Big Yuki.
The Original Wailers feature Bob Marley's guitarist Al Anderson and they'll be covering songs from Bob's whole catalog.
Please note the lineup is subject to change, check back for updates as the show gets closer.
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