The modern-day torchbearers of the golden age of Latin music, Los Hacheros, bring their Bamba from Brooklyn to kick off a day of music and communion on the river bank. Headlining the event is the magnificent Martha Redbone, one of today’s most vital voices in American Roots music. From Brooklyn via the hills of Kentucky, with African-American and Cherokee heritage, Redbone broadens the boundaries of Americana with “a brilliant collision of cultures” (The New Yorker). Curated by Isabel Soffer/Livesounds.org Montgomery Place is located at 26 Gardener Way, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. Bring your own lawn chair or blanket. Contact the box office if you require accessible seating. Food and beverages from local vendors David Founded, Dave’s Global Kitchen, Molé Molé, Fortunes Ice Cream, Keegan Ales, and BjornQorn are available for purchase. Montgomery Place is a smoke-free campus. E-cigarettes or tobacco products are prohibited. We ask that you kindly leave your pets at home. Service animals are permitted. The Fisher Center’s free programming at Montgomery Place is supported by the Ettinger Foundation, Educational Foundation of America, and Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area.