September 6th at 6:15
Raised in a musical family, Lukas Nelson learned early on that true originality is hard won. Blessed with a measure of musical ability imparted by his father, country music legend, Willie Nelson, it’s clear that Lukas’ gifts have likewise been honed by a singular devotion to craft and a deep appreciation for the sacrifice an artistic life requires. Since forming Promise of the Real 10 years ago, Lukas and his bandmates have played hundreds of shows including major festivals and built a devoted, ever expanding fan base. Currently, Lukas and the band are hard at work on an album that should be ready this fall. With a bounty of invaluable experience under their belt, expect the guys to deliver an indelible blast cosmic country soul, the sound of American music reborn.
This concert is free to the public.
September 6th at 5:15
Noisy yet wistful electro-indie pop group Small Black started with a name and worked backwards: a housemate of singer/multi-instrumentalist Josh Kolenik came up with the moniker on a cold Portland, Oregon night. The name stuck when he returned to Long Island, New York and began collaborating with Ryan Heyner, an area musician who shared mutual friends with Kolenik. From then, the band has released multiple albums and are widely popular among the Indie Rock crowd.
11 Fulton Street, South Street & Fulton Street Entrance
Belvedere Vodka will be at the Seaport with a beautiful “living wall” for you to capture and share your best Instagram shots (@belvederevodka). Additionally, Belvedere Vodka will have a lounge where adults ages 21+ will have the opportunity to try a sample of a spectacular Belvedere cocktail the Seaport Spritz.