Drumroll Stage and Sushi has a “fiddle driven folk” and acid rock this weekend in Geneseo


Friday catch “Fables and Fools,” Saturday will be “Into the Now”

Don’t miss Sarah DeVito’s podcast interview with animator Ray “Ratchili” Chiulli !

By Andrew Harris, pictured is “Fables and Fools”

Court Street in Geneseo NY will be a hot spot this Friday and Saturday !! You can catch two, very different live music performances. If you seek Irish inspired music for the holiday then don’t miss tonight, Friday March 15 is “Fables and Fools” will be playing the fiddle, hand drum, and providing the “stomp and holler.”

Saturday night brings the groovy sounds of “Into the Now,” who promise to deliver the Grateful Dead, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, and other psychadelic focused classic rock.

Podcast lovers will really enjoy watching the masterful Sarah DeVito sit down with rising animation star Ray Chiulli. Hear about Rays journey from NYC back to Livingston County, what it means to be an animator, and how the local art community has rallied around him.

Friday March 15th

FABLES AND FOOLS are the perfect band to get you geared up for St. Patrick’s Day weekend, and they are performing at Drumroll Stage + Sushi Pub on Friday, March 15, 2024!

Doors: 7:00 p.m. │ Show: 8:00 p.m.

Fables and Fools

Fables and Fools is the conglomeration of two bands who, simply put, love to play music —The Travis Prinzi Band and Rusty Kettle. This new project focuses on our original music. We will, of course, continue to play our retooled covers of classic rock, country, and fiddle-driven folk favorites that you’ve come to love and expect from these two bands. As always, there will be a little bit of stomp and holler.

Sushi is perfect for St. Pats!!!!

Saturday March 16, 2024

INTO THE NOW plays the best of the Grateful Dead, The Stones, The Doors and more!
Doors: 8:00 p.m. │ Show: 9:00 p.m.
Tickets: $15 advance | $20 D.O.S.
Ages 21+


Check out Ray: https://www.ratchili.com/

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