LIVE: Albany Tulip Festival (Day Two), 05/08/2022

On Mother’s Day, Albany’s Washington Park played host to Day Two of the annual Tulip Festival. Thousands of people made their way to the park and were treated to 38 food trucks and 2 stages of great music.

Kyla Silk (518 Stage)

R&B singer Kyla Silk has a soulful voice reminiscent of the OGs Carole King and Janis Joplin, as well as modern influences like Alicia Keys. (Photos by George Fazio)

Taina Asili (Main Stage)

Taina Asili is a New York-based Puerto Rican singer, filmmaker, and activist carrying on the tradition of her ancestors, fusing past and present struggles into one soulful and defiant voice. Her music combines powerful vocals carrying themes of hope and liberation. (Photos by George Fazio)

Side-B  (518 Stage)

This four-piece alternative rock band from Upstate New York consists of drummer Dylan Travison, bassist Eric Mitchell, guitarist AJ Horton, and vocalist Ian Justino. (Photos by Jim Gilbert)

DJ TGIF (Main Stage)

THE HYP3ST DJ PERIOD! Heightening Your Party 3xperience. (Photos by George Fazio)

Kieran Rhodes  (518 Stage) 

Kieran Rhodes is an accomplished performer, songwriter, pianist, and vocalist. He currently studies songwriting and piano at the esteemed Berklee College of Music. Kieran is from Burnt Hills, New York. (Photos by George Fazio)

Powerhouse Funk Band (Main Stage) 

If you want feet that stay on the dance floor, electricity, and excitement in the room, feel-good fire deep in your soul, and the terrific sounds of excellent music in your veins, the Powerhouse is the band for you! Soul music, R&B, neo-soul, jazz, funk, and everything else in-between! (Photos by George Fazio)

Playin’ with Fire (518 Stage) 

Playin’ with Fire is a vibrant and powerful Performance Act capturing seamless tributes to every song that audiences love. Led by an irresistible, energetic female vocalist and dynamic male singer/guitarist, the band handles music from Rock, Pop, Country, and Blues with astonishing accuracy. (Photos by George Fazio)

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