Applewood Winery hosting Naked Flock Summer Concert series

Free entertainment every Saturday in July and August


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The second annual Naked Flock Summer Concert Series at Applewood Winery kicks off with a double header in honor of July 4 weekend.

On Saturday, July 5, Big Joe Fitz and the Lo-Fi’s will entertain. Their music combines elements of jazz, swing, funk and soul, but is rooted in the blues. Backed by a tight swinging quartet, the Lo-Fi’s, get ready for an afternoon of soulful swinging blues.

On Sunday, July 6, Applewood welcomes Uncle Shoehorn, a local favorite who always brings a rockin’ good time. It’s funky, bluesy, danceable, with some of the best vocal harmonies, guitar and keyboard playing in the Hudson Valley.

New this year is Chumley’s BBQ offering pulled pork, burgers, dogs and more of your BBQ favorites. Applewood's Cider Café menu includes pizzas, paninis, fresh made guacamole, salsa and of course their signature sangria, ciders, and wines by the bottle or glass.

The music runs from 2 to 5 p.m. each day. Entertainment on Saturdays in July include Some Guys and A Broad, Chris Raabe Band and Nailed Shutt.

For a complete list of entertainment or for more information about the winery, visit www.applewoodwinery.com




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