PHOTOS: Four Days of Music in Sag Harbor - 27 East

PHOTOS: Four Days of Music in Sag Harbor

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The festival kick-off parade on September 22.

The festival kick-off parade on September 22.

Escola de Samba Boom kicks-off the Sag Harbor American Music Festival on Main Street  on September 22.

Escola de Samba Boom kicks-off the Sag Harbor American Music Festival on Main Street on September 22.

Soul Inscribed performs

Soul Inscribed performs

Dan Bailey gives a drum lesson.

Dan Bailey gives a drum lesson.

Red Baraat performs on Friday night.

Red Baraat performs on Friday night.

Red Baraat performs on Friday night.

Red Baraat performs on Friday night.

The Goat On A Boat Puppet Theater

The Goat On A Boat Puppet Theater

Born & Raised perform

Born & Raised perform

Mambo Loco

Mambo Loco

Nancy Atlas performs on Saturday.

Nancy Atlas performs on Saturday.

Nancy Atlas performs on Saturday.

Nancy Atlas performs on Saturday.

The Lynn Blue Band

The Lynn Blue Band

Chloe Halpin

Chloe Halpin

Guitarist G. E. Smith sits in with The Resilient on Saturday.

Guitarist G. E. Smith sits in with The Resilient on Saturday.

Guitarist G. E. Smith sits in with The Resilient on Saturday.

Guitarist G. E. Smith sits in with The Resilient on Saturday.

Inda Eaton with Mama Lee Rose

Inda Eaton with Mama Lee Rose

Inda Eaton with Mama Lee Rose

Inda Eaton with Mama Lee Rose

Caroline Doctorow

Caroline Doctorow

The Hoodoo Loungers

The Hoodoo Loungers

The Hoodoo Loungers

The Hoodoo Loungers

Gene Casey

Gene Casey

Gene Casey

Gene Casey

Gene Casey

Gene Casey

Joe Delia & Thieves close out the festival on Sunday night.

Joe Delia & Thieves close out the festival on Sunday night.

The crowd dances to Joe Delia & Thieves on Sunday night,

The crowd dances to Joe Delia & Thieves on Sunday night,

authorStaff Writer on Sep 26, 2022
The Sag Harbor American Music Festival featured a variety of live music throughout Sag Harbor Village from Thursday, September 22, through Sunday, September 25. TOM KOCHIE PHOTOS

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