SEFCU presents PearlPalooza 2021!
Albany’s highly-anticipated, FREE, all-ages music festival returns to N Pearl Street for its 12th year on September 18. Presented by SEFCU, in association with WEQX, the Downtown Albany Business Improvement District (BID), and Sugar Productions, the event includes a diverse lineup of locally- and internationally-acclaimed musical acts, MVP Health Care’s YogaPalooza 2021 mass yoga gathering, and high-quality local vendors – all just steps away from some of downtown Albany’s finest dining, retail, and entertainment establishments.
Performing on the Remarkable Liquids Stage at N Pearl Street & Sheridan Avenue:
Slothrust: 4:45 PM
Jocelyn & Chris: 3:30 PM
Glass Pony: 2:15 PM
Timbre Coup: 1:00 PM
$5 parking available at ParkAlbany’s Riverfront Garage (Broadway & Columbia Street) and Quackenbush Garage (Orange Street between Broadway & Water Street) – both just a few blocks from the action! Find more at www.downtownalbany.org/parking
YogaPalooza registration: https://thehotyogaspot.com/blog/yogapalooza-2021
PearlPalooza 2021 is sponsored by SEFCU, Remarkable Liquids, Silver Therapeutics, Park Albany, MVP Health Care, Albany Distilling Company, O’Connell & Aronowitz, Redburn Development Partners, WEQX, Sugar Productions, The Hollow Bar+Kitchen, Hampton Inn & Suites Albany Downtown, Empire Live, High Peaks Event Production, the City of Albany, and the Downtown Albany BID.
Ground rules: no outside alcoholic beverages, glass containers, dogs or pets (with the exception of ADA-certified service animals), recording of performances, or bad attitudes will be allowed at PearlPalooza. Security personnel have the right to inspect any bags brought onto the premises.
Please do not attend the event if you have tested positive or display any symptoms of COVID-19, or if you have been in close contact with anyone that has tested positive in the past 14 days. If unvaccinated, please practice social distancing and wear a mask in compliance with current New York State and CDC safety guidelines. COVID-19 is still a risk and attendees acknowledge that they are responsible for their own safety at the event.