Broadway Alive to feature craft beverages, live music after Alive at Five in Albany

Get ready to be more alive in Downtown Albany with a new event thanks to Capital Region craft beverage producers and an art gallery next Thursday.

Broadway Alive – a collaboration between Chatham Brewing, Nine Pin Cider, and the Albany Center Gallery – will take place on Thursday, July 18 at Jim DiNapoli Park (the former Maiden Lane Park) next to Stacks on Broadway and the gallery’s exhibition space.

The event is free to attend.

Details below via the press release.

Albany Center Gallery, Chatham Brewing and Nine Pin Cider will host Broadway Alive, a free, pop-up craft beverage festival that will feature music, art, and food, following Alive at Five at Jim DiNapoli Park in downtown Albany on Thursday, July 18 from 7 to 10 p.m.
In the event of rain, the event will be postponed.
Event attendees will get a taste of Capital Region’s local producers, as well as food available courtesy of Burger 21. Broadway Alive will continue a night of amazing live music with special guests, Bryan Brundige and Friends.
If the feast for your taste buds and ears was not enough, Albany Center Gallery will be providing a feast for the eyes. The gallery is offering a live art installation that asks attendees to participate in the creation of a mural that will be hung on garage doors at Nine Pin Cider.
The event is free to attend. Broadway Alive is sponsored by Chatham Brewing, Nine Pin Cider, the Albany Center Gallery, and Relentless Awareness.
Photo credit: AOA



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