“Mostly Figaro” performed by the singers of the Opera Advantage Summer Intensive Program for Singers and Pianists at the Tusten Theatre, 3pm. Tickets: $20. Visit www.delawarevalleyopera.org.
“Mostly Figaro” performed by the singers of the Opera Advantage Summer Intensive Program for Singers and Pianists at Sullivan County Community College, Seelig Theatre, 8pm. Tickets: $20. Visit www.delawarevalleyopera.org.
“Concert in the Coop” presents Coal Town Rounders, a hard-driving traditional bluegrass band at The Cooperage, 7:30pm. BYOB. Donations will be collected at the door. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.
Steamtown Church Worship Band at Whispering Pines, behind the Beach Lake United Methodist Church, 6:30pm. 570/729-7011.
Milford Music in the Park, a free summer concert, at the Ann Street Park, 1-4pm. Performers include the Scott Weis Band (rock/blues/soul) and The Juicy Grapes (rock/soul/groove/jam band).
The Neversink Valley Museum summer benefit concert of bluegrass and folk music, 3pm. Michael Baglione and Anne Loeb host an afternoon of music performed by local musicians and bands. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets. BBQ. Admission: $7, $5 for museum members.
Open mic night at The Cooperage hosted by The Crackers, 7:30-10pm. BYOB. This is a donation based event and contributions are appreciated. Food available for purchase from The Market Café featuring the Anthill Farm Kitchen. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.
Rock Hill Summer Concert Series at 223 Rock Hill Drive (location for the Rock Hill farmers’ market), 6:30-8:15pm. Live music outside by a different local band each Wednesday evening. Free. Visit www.facebook.com/RockHillSummerConcertSeries.
Musician's Jam at The Old North Branch Inn, 4-7pm. Bring your guitar, your voice, and your sweet self and join in the fun. Beer, wine and light fare available. 845/482-5925.
Songs + Stories at the Old North Branch Inn, 4-7pm. Songwriter Karen Hudson hosts this twice monthly series. This show features songwriters Richard Traviss and Darren Wiseman and award-winning novelist Patrizia Eakins. 845/482-5925.