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Sky Stage Live Music Series
  • 7/13/2019, 7/16/2019, 7/19/2019, 8/3/2019, 8/10/2019, 8/31/2019, 9/7/2019, 9/14/2019, 10/5/2019, 10/19/2019
  • Sky Stage
  • 59 S. Carroll St., Frederick, MD 21701
  • 301-662-4190
  • 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
  • $5 to $10 cover

    Sky Stage hosts a variety of regional bands and solo musicians many Saturdays and occasionally on other weekdays* from May through October, from 7 or 8-10pm*. Doors open half-hour prior. All-ages venue, beer/wine available for 21+ with valid government-issued I.D. $5-8-10 depending on number of bands, under 12 free, cash/cards accepted.

    *Special Note*  Occasionally music start and end times will vary, and rain-outs happen. Please check or Facebook events pages for detailed information.

    June 1, Silent Old Mountains - indie rock

    June 21, Frederick Symphony Wind Quintet "Classical Bash"

    June 22, Murphy's Shambles, Gypsy Ramblers - hybrid Celtic and gypsy jazz dawg

    July 6, Kevin Koa, Carly Harvey & Kiss N' Ride - blues and soul, folk-blues

    July 13, ILYAIMY with Skribe - alt-folk, grunge-folk, garage-folk

    July 16, Secondhand Sound w/ Oddnote - alternative rock and indie rock

    July 19, Retro/Ricole & daMOOD w/ StitchEARLY & The Populatn- Hip hop, rock & rap

    July 31, Female Singer-Songwriters, Jayme Salviati and friends

    Aug 3, Luna and Dumb Valley - alt rock, experimental pop & folk-punk, guitar-driven riff rock

    Aug 10, Cultera Plenera - Bomba and Plena Latin, Afro-Latin

    Aug 31, Eli Lev - Folk/alt folk acoustic, singer-songwriter acoustic

    Sept 7, The Vens, Jim Shorts, Marshall Fuzz - alt rock, alt-punk-pop, alt-metal

    Sept 14, Battle of the Beats - multiple artists showcase original electronic beats music

    Oct 5, Wild Bay, Jack Funk, Radii and Box Era - instrumental indie rock with a touch of dance, grunge funk, progressive-funk-alt-rock, and electro-jam-pop-funk

    Oct. 19, Miss Lonelyheart w/ Dot-Dash

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    Sky Stage is a pre-Revolutionary building shell in downtown Frederick's historic district, transformed by artist Heather Clark into a public art installation and community arts venue, with a variety of programming facilitated by the Frederick Arts Council.