Waterfront arts and music festival this weekend


The first Historic Peekskill Waterfront Art and Music Festival will feature three zones of entertainment, with two music stages, food, beer, live art along North and South Water Street and Railroad Avenue on Saturday, May 20 from noon to 8 p.m. The community day is a collaboration among Peekskill Brewery and the business on Water Street and Railroad Avenue. There will be a maker’s market on Railroad Avenue, a kids zone, corn hole tournament along with a food drive for Caring for the Hungry and Homeless of Peekskill (CHHOP).

Participants at the festival are asked to bring food for Fred’s Pantry an outreach of CHHOP. Photo by Arthur Holmes


The main stage at Saturday’s event is on Railroad Avenue.

Enjoy two stages of regional and live music.  On the main stage at the Peekskill Brewery will be Yam Yam, Soule Monde, Highly Cyrus. That music begins at 3 p.m.  The Maker’s Stage on Railroad Avenue will feature: Accidential Gypsies, Plan Estation, Phineas & The Lonely Leaves and that music begins at noon and goes till 5 p.m