Do you remember when you were a kid and there was something you wanted so badly that you could literally taste it and then when Christmas rolled around and you got it, it was the most glorious day of your life?
The return of live music is that same kid at Christmas glorious feeling, except for adults. We've waited so long for live music to return and now that it has, we just can't get enough of it.
Sure, there are still some restrictions in place regarding live music in the state of New York but it's a small price to pay for the opportunity to enjoy the arts again and, we know the restrictions and regulations won't stay in place forever.
If you're itching for some live music and want it to come in the way of a music festival, these are ten music festivals that are happening in New York state during the summer of 2021.
Ten Music Festivals Happening in New York in the Summer of 2021
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