WRRV Sessions have been back live and in person at Newburgh Brewing Company since February, and we can't wait to welcome our next guests coming on July 11th... Wilderado!

Wilderado at WRRV Sessions

Originally from Tula, Oklahoma, Wilderado released their debut album (also called Wilderado) in 2021. Their debut single, Head Right, was a huge success on the Alternative charts, and they're new song Surefire looks poised to do the same. You can see them both live at the next WRRV Sessions!

About WRRV Sessions

WRRV Sessions are your premiere destination for some of the best live alternative music in the Hudson Valley... plus entrance is free! Here are the details:

WHO: Wilderado

WHERE: Newburgh Brewing Company

WHEN: Monday, July 11th. Doors at 4pm, show at 6pm.

No tickets required, just show up ready to party with one of the best new alternative acts of the past year, Wilderado!


What to Expect

WRRV Sessions may look a little different than ones you've attended in the past. The music (and beer) is still awesome, but the setup has slightly changed. Instead of piling on top of each other sitting crisscross-applesauce like shows from 2019 and earlier, all seats will now be at tables with full service from the excellent Newburgh Brewing Company crew. The view will be slightly different as well, with the band setting up in front of a massive window overlooking the Hudson River.

Win VIP Treatment at WRRV Sessions.

To get an even better idea of what to expect, check out photos from some of our favorite 2022 Sessions below, and we'll see you on Monday, July 11th for Wilderado!

Welshly Arms at WRRV Sessions

Welshly Arms put on an amazing performance for WRRV Sessions at Newburgh Brewing Company on Cinco de Mayo.
Thank you to Healy Brothers, Devitt's Nursery and Supply, Ballentine Communication, and photographer Chuck Merrihew!

WRRV Sessions with Two Feet, February 23rd 2022

Two Feet helped bring back LIVE and in-person WRRV Sessions at Newburgh Brewing Company. Thanks to Healy Brothers, Devitts Nursery and Supply, and Ballentine Communications. Photography by Chuck Merrihew.