Upbeat on the Roof with Sun is Poison

A small group of people sit on blankets and in lawn chairs in front of a small outdoor stage on which two people stand playing guitar.
Upbeat on the Roof with Sun is Poison, Tang Teaching Museum, August 12, 2021, photo by Maria Staack

Join us at 6:00 PM Thursday, August 12, for a performance by Sun is Poison on the lawn outside the Tang.

A lo-fi solo project of Ballston Spa’s Will Seifart, Sun is Poison creates immersive works that meld the mechanical sounds of drum machines and synths with banjos, guitars, and honest and poignant lyrics. Sun is Poison will be making its Upbeat debut.

For its 20th season, the Upbeat on the Roof summer series highlights regional musical talent every Thursday, July 29 through August 19 from 6:00-7:00 pm.

Performances are free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors are invited to bring picnic blankets, camping chairs, and their own food and drink to make it a night! Due to COVID safety guidelines, there will be a 100-person capacity, and all non-vaccinated visitors will be required to remain masked. In case of inclement weather, the concert will be canceled.

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