Sculpture Park Party
June 6th, 3pm - 9pm
$10 - Adults, Kids 12 and under $5, Kids under 2 Free. Overnight Camping: FREE
"A Music and Art Festival on the Top of Salem Art Works' Cary Hill Sculpture Park"
Join us for this party celebrating the opening of SAW's 11th season. We are so trilled to share the Cary Hill Sculpture Park with the public. After many renovations to complete the switchbacks, fire pit and trails, we want everyone to enjoy the park and 's beautiful landscapes. This event has everything; music, comedy, food, new sculptures on display, tours, scavenger Hunt. The evening's line up includes, The North and South Dakotas,Steve Roggenbuck, Joe Mansman and the Midnight Revival Band, and Rusticator. Enjoy food from the Salem Rotary, other food vendors, and an assortment of beer samples from Argyle Brewing Company.
BUY TICKETS DURING THE PARTY!
THE LINE UP
The North & South Dakotas
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Created in the winter of 2011 by founding members Zack Hay, Mark Retajczyk and Colin Hunt, The North & South Dakotas set out crafting a sound that paid homage to the spirit of old time american music, mountain folk and singer-songwriter traditions. With the addition of drummer Mike Graves and utility-man Nayt Patenaude, the band continued honing in on a sound containing elements of bluegrass, country, folk, honky-tonk, and rock and roll. The mixture of each members’ different musical background has culminated in a unique, harmony-rich, genre sweeping sound, determined to break up the monotony of the modern airwaves.
Featured regularly on 102.7 WEQX (The Real Alternative) and 97.7 WEXT (The Exit), The North & South Dakotas have also supported touring acts such as Deer Tick, Ryan Montbleau, Waylon Speed, Floodwood, Dangermuffin, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, and The Mallett Brothers Band.
Steve Roggenbuck is a poet and video artist whose work explores the new forms that literature and humor might take on the Internet. His work has been covered by the New York Times, Gawker, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, NPR, The Fader, and The New Yorker. His videos are currently on exhibit in the New Museum's 2015 Triennial. He has published five collections of writing, and he's the founder of Boost House, a small press and co-op house currently located in Tucson, Arizona.
Joe Mansman and the Midnight Revival Band
4:00pm - 5:30pm
When it comes to amalgamating pop music, Joe Mansman and The Midnight Revival Band is a group who truly owns their songwriting craft. The group explores a variety of angles to form a full bodied sound with dissonant collapses in harmony, shimmering keys, twangy guitars, and indelible melodies that draw both strength and influence from Country, Blues, Pop, and Roots. The band draws you in like air to the lungs with singable tunes and an engaging live show, always leaving listener's feeling like a part of their story.
2:45pm - 3:45pm
Rusticator is an acoustic band with an Americana spirit. The four piece group consists of acoustic guitar, fiddle, upright bass, and stripped-down percussion, creating an energetic blend of original songs and sing-along covers. Inspired by jam-bands, bluegrass, and alt. country, Rusticator's influences stretch far and wide. Expect to be charmed by thought-provoking originals; plus covers from your favorites - including The Beatles, The Grateful Dead, The Band, and Bob Dylan.
Food and DRInk Vendors
"Dry Town ~ Wet Basements"
Argyle Brewing Company is a small "Farm to Glass" craft brewery located at 1 Main Street, Greenwich, NY committed to using New York ingredients to create their tasty ales. They are the first and only brewery in Washington County. Part of their mission is to support and promote all that is Washington County, Cheers!
An Organization of Men and Women Emphasizing Service above self! Rotary is a service club. Its business is mankind; its product is service --- to both the local and international communities. This is the best reason perhaps for becoming a Rotarian: the chance to do something for somebody else. The Rotary motto is, "He profits most who serves the best".
The Hungry Traveler
"I like to eat good food and I like to cook good food." — Chris Fournier
Known for whipping up a batch of mouth-watering Michigan hot dog sauce, throwing together a hearty soup on the fly and serving as the hard-core, go-to grill master, Chris has been cooking for
his family and friends for over 20 years.
Now he's looking to cook for you!
Parking Is available at the front entrance and the back entrance of SAW.
The front entrance is at 19 Cary Lane, Salem NY 12865, right off Broadway Street in Salem. Visitors to the Sculpture Park Party can park in the front lawn alongside the giant sculptures. The event will be near the back entrance.
The back entrance is at 90 Stanton Hill Road, Salem NY 12865. Visitors can park at the bottom of the hill and on the lawn going into Salem Arts Works. Visitors who are planning to camp should come through this entrance.
Camping at Salem Art Works after the event is FREE. Visitors can camp near the back entrance, in between the pond and In front of Barn 3. Please bring all your camping equipment. If you need to borrow a tent, you can borrow one from SAW for a $5, one night use. SAW has limited tents, so tents will be accommodated on a first come first serve basis. No guests are allowed to make a fire of any kind. If campers would like breakfast in the the morning, breakfast and coffee will be made at the outdoor kitchen around 8:30 - 9:30 am. Visitors can eat breakfast for a donation of $4 each.
From Albany and points South Take I-87 North to Exit 14 (NY-9P and NY-29). Follow signs to NY-29 East. Follow NY-29 East until it intersects NY-22. Turn left on NY-22 North. Follow NY-22 until the first traffic light and make a left onto West Broadway. Follow West Broadway about a quarter mile. SAW will be on the right after you cross the railroad tracks.
From Saratoga Springs and points West Take NY-29 East until it intersects NY-22. Turn left on NY-22 North. Follow NY-22 until the first traffic light and make a left onto West Broadway. Follow West Broadway about a quarter mile. SAW will be on the right after you cross the railroad tracks.
From Boston and points East Take I-90 to Exit B3 (NY-22). Follow NY-22 North until you reach the town of Salem, NY. At the traffic light, make a left onto West Broadway. Follow West Broadway about a quarter mile. SAW will be on the right after you cross the railroad tracks.
Rain or Shine Event if the weather is raining or severe the Sculpture Park Party will still happen. The event will be moved into the Barns.
Tickets may be purchased the day of the event, thou Brown Paper Tickets, and through salemartworks.org. Salem Art Works accepts, cash, check, PayPal and all major credit cards. Online ticketing closes 6/5/15.