Alive at Five: Reggae Night – Culture with Jo Jo Romero & The Nightshift
The roots and reggae harmony group Culture is a shining gem of the ‘70s. They’ll be led by Kenyatta Hill, son of the founder and former band leader Joseph Hill. Jo Jo Romero will open.
@ Jennings Landing, Albany | 5 PM | Free

Summer Clark Art Institute Lecture
Come to hear about The Clark’s major summer exhibition Renoir: The Body, The Senses.
@ Albany Institute of History & Art | 6 PM | Free

Historic Neighborhood Brew Tour
Albany Beer Historian, Craig Gravina, author and co-founder of the Albany Ale Project will be leading the tour. During the tour, you will learn about the impact of beer and ale on the Capital Region.
@ Pint Sized, Albany | 6 PM | $10

The Cure: Anniversary Film
Watch The Cure from their first performance in 1978 in The Rocket, a small smoky pub in Crawley Sussex to 2018 performing at Hyde Park in London. 
@ GE Theater, Proctors | 7 PM | $15

Luke Byran
Luke Bryan returns to SPAC in Saratoga with special guests Cole Swindell, Jon Langston and DJ Rock.
@ Saratoga Performing Arts Center | 7 PM | $38.50 (Lawn)

‘Puffs Or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic’
Come see the local production of this “non-copyright violating” play on the Harry Potter world—with a twist!
@ Albany Barn | 7 PM | $15

Dark Carnival Dance Party
Come to the dance party and celebrate the release of Dust Bowl Faeries new EP! The alternative post-punk duo Frenchy and the Punk will also perform.
@ Helsinki Hudson | 8 PM | $10


Blood., Cindy Cane, William Hale
It’s Super Dark Thursday, y’all. Austin’s punk crew Blood. comes to Saratoga, playing with NYC “vampire-pop” Cindy Cane and Glens Falls’ dark-folk William Hale. 
@ Desperate Annie’s, Saratoga Springs | 9 PM | Free