Lake Street Dive

with support KATIE PRUITT

Saturday, September 21, 2024



Lake Street Dive


Lake Street Dive have pushed the possibilities of pop music as a unifying force, not only through their eclectic sound — a boldly original cross-pollination of soul, folk, jazz, classic pop, and more — the five-piece’s all-embracing ethos has also made them a beloved live band known for building a potent connection among every crowd. In the making of their new album Good Together, vocalist Rachael Price, bassist/background vocalist Bridget Kearney, drummer/background vocalist Mike Calabrese, keyboardist/vocalist Akie Bermiss, and guitarist/background vocalist James Cornelison reinforced the deep sense of purpose behind their output, often turning their attention to the many factors driving us apart today (e.g., unchecked technological growth, culturally imposed isolation, the cult of relentless self-optimization). Born from a mindset they refer to as “joyful rebellion,” Good Together arrives as a body of work both gloriously defiant and primed to inspire unbridled dancing and ecstatic singing-along.

The follow-up to 2021’s Obviously, Good Together finds Lake Street Dive working again with Grammy-winning producer Mike Elizondo (Fiona Apple, Sheryl Crow, Gary Clark Jr.). With its sonic landscape encompassing everything from R&B to funk to Brazilian pop, the album opens on its title track: a left-of-center love song celebrating the thrill of defying expectation and following your heart’s desire. Next, on “Dance with a Stranger,” Lake Street Dive once again prove their undeniable gift for crafting feel-good songs with an illuminating message, simultaneously inducing a carefree euphoria and gently fostering empathy. The wildly cathartic “Walking Uphill” presents gripping meditation on the work of self-repair, while “Seats at the Bar” puts a sweetly playful twist on the classic love song. And on “Twenty-Five,” Price shares a stark and lovely ballad steeped in tender reminiscence of a long-ago romance. All throughout Good Together, Lake Street Dive tap into the palpable camaraderie that’s fueled the band since their formation, ultimately delivering their most collaborative, expansive, and powerfully exuberant work to date.

Seating Chart

Our unique venue setup is meant to not have a bad seat in the house. All of our seats offer a unique, intimate setting to experience the concert. Some of our shows offer GA Standing room which allows for a viewing experience under the Pavilion, behind the seated area. With either ticket option, you are welcome to enjoy the concert from that space or to bring your own chair or blanket and set up a spot on our front lawn or the grass slope next to the side stage, where you’ll still enjoy stage views. Take a look at our seat map to see more.


We aim to answer all frequently asked questions on our FAQ page. Please check there for questions on ticketing, rules, food and drink and more.


Our venue sits on the west side of Keuka Lake at Point of the Bluff Winery. Please utilize our directions and parking page to familiarize yourself with getting to the venue.

seat map diagram of the Point of the Bluff concert venue