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Jun 6, 2024



Rams Head Presents and Point of the Bluff Vineyards are thrilled to announce the return of its concert series with performances by Todd Rundgren, Indigo Girls, Keb’ Mo’, Sara Evans, Ben Folds, The Mavericks, Three Dog Night, Lee Brice, Ryan Adams, Graham Nash, and more. The season kicked off May 27th with the Beach Boys and continues through September 22nd with world class performances, wine tastings, and craft food options. In its fifth season, Concerts at Point of the Bluff offers a unique event experience hosting concerts in their weatherproof, reclaimed-lumber pavilion overlooking Keuka Lake, New York. Venue information and tickets available at concertsatpob.com.

2024 Concerts at Point of the Bluff
The Beach Boys – May 27
Yes Epics, Classics & More Featuring Jon Anderson and the Band Geeks – June 8
Grand Funk Railroad – June 15
Keb’ Mo’ – June 16
Sara Evans – June 22
Ben Folds – June 23
The Mavericks – June 29
Three Dog Night – June 30
TUSK: The World’s #1 Tribute to Fleetwood Mac – July 5
Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers – July 6
Lee Brice – July 7
7 Bridges – July 17
The Steeldrivers – July 20
The Marshall Tucker Band – July 21
Yachtley Crew – July 24
Christopher Cross – July 27
Ryan Adams – August 18
Graham Nash – August 24
Indigo Girls – August 31
Air Supply – September 1
Garrison Keillor at 80 – September 15
Lake Street Dive – September 21
Todd Rundgren – September 22

Point of the Bluff Vineyards is located in the Finger Lakes region of New York and kicked off their inaugural year in 2019. Past performers include Old Crow Medicine Show, Donavon Frankenreiter, Steve Earle, Trace Adkins, Josh Ritter, Patty Griffin, Ani DiFranco, Michael Franti, and more. The pavilion was crafted from upcycled, 500-year-old Douglas Fir timbers, which are experiencing their third life at the venue. Previously, they were part of the Welland Canal Lock and the Steamboat Landing Restaurant in Canandaigua, NY.

Adding to the allure of the picturesque concert venue is the availability of Hangar 17 wines, crafted by Point of the Bluff Vineyards on property. The Hangar 17 name is inspired by the rich aviation history of the Finger Lakes. Their gold medal-winning wine, Curtiss white, is named for Glenn Curtiss, an aviation leader and Finger Lakes’ local hero. The actual Hangar 17 is the home of Point of the Bluff Vineyard’s Cessna 208 Caravan Seaplane, which flies over Keuka Lake and the rest of the Finger Lakes wine region of New York.

“Point of the Bluff offers exceptional wine and teaming up to add a live music element has created a truly unique concert experience,” said Kyle Muehlhauser, co-owner of Rams Head Presents. “We look forward to another successful season!”

Since 2019, Rams Head has poured Hangar 17 wine in all four restaurant locations in Maryland. Their draft wine system keeps every pour fresh while utilizing low-waste, eco-friendly and recyclable kegs. Both red and white blends are available as well as a seasonal offering.