Dallas Brass

Since its founding in 1983 by Michael Levine, the Dallas Brass has become one of America’s foremost musical ensembles. The group has established a unique blend of traditional brass instruments with a full complement of drums and percussion, which creates a performing entity of extraordinary range and musical challenges. The Dallas Brass repertoire includes classical masterpieces, Dixieland, swing, Broadway, Hollywood and patriotic music. According to Mr. Levine, “a Dallas Brass concert is intended for the entire family. Our ideal audience has a range in ages from 5 to 95.

Delaware County Fair

This 132-year family-fun tradition features midway rides for all ages, live music, Buffalo Barfield country music comedy shows, livestock competitions and exhibits, a horse show, karaoke competitions, children’s activities, contests, community exhibits, carnival games, favorite fair food and more. Fair highlights (free with gate admission) include:
* Hop City Hellcats (8 pm Monday)
* Delaware County Fair’s Got Talent (noon Tuesday)
* Hero’s Parade & Fireworks (7 pm Tuesday), featuring active duty military, veterans, fire/EMS and police departments
* Jason Wicks Band (8 pm Wednesday)
* Brad Collins Band (8 pm Thursday)
* Quad and Side By Side Drag Races (1 pm Friday)
* Sundown Band (8 pm Friday)
* Pony Pulls and Hay Hauling Contest (starting at 9 am Saturday)
* Randy Hulse concert (6 pm Saturday)

Daily admission is $8, or $18 for a season pass, and free for ages 12 and younger. Parking is free. Paid grandstand events include Demolition Derbies (7 pm Monday, $6; 7 pm Friday, $7); NYTPA Tractor Pulls (7:30 pm Wednesday, $6); Pull Pull Pull (7 pm Thursday, $6); and country music artist Terri Clark (7 pm Saturday, $10). Ride tickets are $1.50 each, $25 for 20 tickets, or $50 for 50 tickets plus 1 free ride.

Voodoo Threauxdown featuring Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

The City of New Orleans, one of America’s most unique and diverse cities, celebrates its 300th Anniversary in 2018. To celebrate his hometown’s tricentennial, its rich cultural heritage, and the bright future of its music, Trombone Shorty has handpicked an all-star line-up of Crescent City musicians to tour the nation as “Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown.”
Headlined by Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, the touring street party also features Galactic, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and New Breed Brass Band, plus special guest appearances by Big Easy legends Cyril Neville, Kermit Ruffins, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, and Kermit Ruffins

Gates open at 5:30pm; Show begins at 7:00pm.

Dirt Farm at Two Goats Brewing

We travel to the scenic Finger Lakes to profile Two Goats Brewing. We talk with owners Jon and Jessica Rodgers about what makes their business so unique and how they got settled in beautiful Hector, New York.

Sharada & Jamael at Farmhouse Brewery

We travel to the village of Owego, New York to profile The Farmhouse Brewery. Owner Marty Mattrazzo details how the brewery came into existence and why they rely on local farmers for many of the ingredients they use in their beverages.

Won't You be my Neighbor | Chords of Memory

In this episode of Chords of Memory we highlight the photography of Verne Morton, a photographer from Groton, New York. Joanna Patchett sings the theme from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, “Won’t You be my Neighbor”. Photographs courtesy of the History Center in Tompkins County. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liAGx7MkyUM

Chords of Memory is a web series from WSKG that combines historic photographs with local musical talent. In each episode, a local artist provides the musical backdrop to a showcase of hand-selected images from various photographic archives.

New York and the Civil War | Chords of Memory

This episode of Chords of Memory highlights photographs of New York State soldiers who fought during the Civil War. Brian Hyland provides the music and plays “An Mhaighdean Mhara” on his concertina. Photographs courtesy of the Chemung County Historical Society, the Delaware County Historical Association, and the Library of Congress. https://youtu.be/L6nVm-26Pxw

Chords of Memory is a web series from WSKG that combines historic photographs with local musical talent. In each episode, a local artist provides the musical backdrop to a showcase of hand-selected images from various photographic archives.

The Photography of Joseph K. Noyes | Chords of Memory

In this episode of Chords of Memory we highlight the photography of Joseph K. Noyes, an amateur photographer from Binghamton, New York. Robert Perez provides the musical arrangement, playing his song “My Life”. Photographs courtesy of the Broome County Historical Society. https://youtu.be/nf-KxwjouyQ

Chords of Memory is a web series from WSKG that combines historic photographs with local musical talent. In each episode, a local artist provides the musical backdrop to a showcase of hand-selected images from various photographic archives.