If you're looking for good music and good food in upstate New York, the place to stop is the Corinth Barn.

In 2007, what started as constructing a covered deck to shelter customers from the hot sunshine and rain has evolved into a summer food and music destination, for both locals and out-of-towners passing through the small town of Corinth, New York. The authentic 1800's barn is drawing people from all over to hear Northeast entertainers every spring, summer and fall.

With open mic night on Wednesdays and guest entertainers every weekend, the Corinth Barn has brought some 'life' back to downtown Corinth. From the Warren County Ramblers, Smokey Greene, John Kribs and Company to Shades Of Country and The Bluebillies, there's a style of music for everyone. In addition to the delicious food, the Barn also boasts a shop full of locally handmade crafts and goods that will delight any shopper looking for something unique to bring back home.

WGNA's Kevin Richards always enjoys his performances at the Corinth Barn, as it gives him a chance to go back home to where his music career started (WSCG 93.5, once located on Palmer Avenue in Corinth). Friday, August 16 and Friday, September 20, 2013 you can join Kevin Richards for a night of Country Line Dancing and Country Karaoke at the Corinth Barn from 7-10pm.  As always, all musical events are free at the Corinth Barn, but we encourage you to go early and order food to help support the venue.

The Corinth Barn
8 Mallery Street
Corinth, New York 12822