Albany is the host city for the inaugural edition of the Aurora Games, a six-day event celebrating the best in women’s sports, entertainment and culture by welcoming all-star athletes from more than 15 countries. A first of its kind sports and entertainment festival featuring world class competition in women’s tennis, gymnastics, basketball, figure skating, ice…

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Saturday, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Sunday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Rain or Shine)  General Admission:  $8 at the gate Children under 15 FREE when accompanied by an adult.  ADVANCE SALE TICKETS are available at all Price Chopper & Market 32 locations, at any open register beginning TBA  Acres of FREE & convenient parking.…

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For over a decade, the Albany Riverfront Jazz Festival has featured a wealth of jazz greats, critically acclaimed up-and-coming artists and local favorites at one of the area’s most spectacular venues. This all-day concert features world-class music, great food & beverages and a fireworks show over the Hudson River to end the day. The Jazz…

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The Altamont Fair is designed to bring out the best in entertainment, provide an education experience, and showcase local history and traditions. Fair organizers join past and present in this annual celebration of agriculture, history, and current culture. One price ticket includes admission, attractions, parking, music, Circus Hollywood and UNLIMITED RIDES! At the Gate: $17…

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A festival celebrating all things Dad – including live music, food, vendors craft beer, kids’ activities and…mustaches? It is a great chance for the whole family to kick back and relax in the picturesque Washington Park.

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One of the largest celebrations of pride in the Capital Region with tens of thousands of individuals marching through the streets of Albany. The parade ends in historic Washington Park with live entertainment and activities for the whole family.

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Submerge yourself in a sea of more than 150,000 tulips at Albany’s historic Washington Park this Mother’s Day weekend for Albany’s Annual Tulip Festival. Since Mayor Erastus Corning II read the first Tulip Festival Proclamation on May 14, 1949, the Mother’s Day weekend celebration has grown into one of the Northeast’s biggest and most beloved…

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