Below is a list of special events that take place throughout the year. If you have any questions regarding these events, contact Parks & Recreation (518) 235-7761.
Flag Day Parade
Troy's most enduring event, The Troy Flag Day Parade is the largest parade in the nation in honor of the American flag.
Powers Park Concert Series
Powers Park was once the venue of weekend activities around the turn of the 20th Century. Since 2004, the crowds at the historic City park have returned every Saturday evening to see the best in local entertainment on the Neil Kelleher Stage at Powers Park. The concert series has become one of the most anticipated showcase events the city has to offer. With a full array of festival foods and great music, the series has become a mainstay of the community, as well as the entire city.
The Powers Park Concert Series is FREE to the public. The series runs over eight Saturdays in July and August. The park is located at 110th St & Second Ave. in North Troy.
Rockin on the River
The Rockin on the River concert series offers FREE concerts to the public along the Hedley District Riverfront in Downtown Troy every Wednesday throughout the concert season.
Troy Night Out
Troy Night Out is a Monthly Arts and Cultural Event that Takes Place the Last Friday of Every Month in Downtown Troy from 5 - 9p.m. You can also find them on Facebook
Troy Pig Out
Welcomes professional BBQ teams from across the United States for a two-day competition. Barbeque vendors and live music are the main attractions for guests to the festival. The Troy Pig Out is officially sanctioned by the Kansas City BBQ Association and the office of the Governor as the New York State BBQ Championship, qualifying the winner for the National Championship.
Troy Turkey Trot
Troy’s premier road race and one of the oldest in the Capital Region. From its humble beginnings in 1916 with only six runners entered, the Troy Turkey Trot has grown into one of the largest road races in upstate New York. It features a childrens 1 mile run, a 5K and a 10K run.
The annual holiday tradition which transforms the historic streets of downtown Troy into a magical stage of song, dance, and family enjoyment