The talented band lineup has been announced for the Hudson River Craft Beer Festival slated to take place this weekend at Riverfront Park in Beacon.

Doors open to the general public at 1:30 and the beer will be flowing until 5:30. If you're interested in getting in an hour early, the VIP option has you covered. And here's our lineup:

Los Doggies
Los Doggies was formed in the late '90s by the Stormo brothers, Jesse and Evan, while writing jingles for their answering machine. In 2008, Matt Ross joined the band on bass. They now make music as an indie-rock trio in the mountain valley town of New Paltz, New York. Their sixth  album "Selah" was released on August 30.
4 Gun Ridge
Formed In '08, in the mid Hudson Valley N.Y., 4GR has been doing their thing for over a decade playing originals and covers. With 3 full length albums (and a fourth in the works). 4GR has played countless shows including benefits, festivals, weddings and Mt. Jam. Writing and Playing their own brand of Mountain/Outlaw Americana. Some call it rock. Some call it country. They call it theirs.
Michael Francis McCarthy
Michael Francis McCarthy is an American roots musician based in Jacksonville, Florida. McCarthy blends influences from Delta blues, hill country trance blues, bluegrass, old country and roots/jam like Allmans, The Dead, CCR and The Band in solo acoustic and full-band electric performances. 
Singer, songwriter, multi instrumentalist, and engineer David Chapman brings together his years of working with some of the worlds biggest acts behind the mixing desk and assembles an amazing cast of Hudson Valley's prolific players to create genre bending, high energy musical experience. Connecting the dots between rock and roll, Americana and traditional roots music, Rivergrass takes each performance to the stars and back.  
Photo by: Crash-N-Burn Event Pix
Photo by: Crash-N-Burn Event Pix

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