Starting Monday, June 27th, Montauk Chamber of Commerce
will kick-off another summer of free concerts. Join local businesses on Mondays at the Montauk Village Green from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Sundays at Gosman's Dockside
Stage in the Harbor from 6 to 8 p.m. for evenings of unforgettable music. Concerts run through Sunday, August 28th. Alongside these Sunday and Monday productions, on Wednesday, July 6th and Wednesday, July 27th, concert-goers will have the opportunity to show off their own talent during an Open Mic night at the Village Green.
"Our Monday and Sunday night summer concerts bring residents and visitors of all ages outdoors to commune, have fun listening and dancing to our talented, local musicians and patronize the downtown and Harbor area restaurants and take-outs," explained Laraine Creegan, Executive Director of the Montauk Chamber. "It's a win-win-win for our community, tourism and businesses."
Monday night performers include: Job Potter & Friends on June 27th; the 3 B's during a Fireworks Cruise aboard the Viking Star Ship on July 4th and on August 1st; Ray Red
on July 11th; Inda Eaton
on July 18th; Nancy Atlas
on July 25th; Mike Rusinsky and Friends on August 8th; Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks
on August 15th; Dirty Organic on August 22nd, and Joe Delia
and Friends on August 29th.
Sunday night performers include: Nancy Atlas on July 10th and August 14th; Mamalee Rose
on July 17th and August 21st; Bill O'Connell Latin Jazz Project on July 24th; Hoodoo Loungers
on July 31st; Lynn Blue
Band on August 7th; and Randy Jackson
on August 28th.
Admission is free and spectators are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets, coolers and picnic-dinners to these family friendly performances. Downtown and the harbor-area restaurants are prepared to serve an earlier dinner crowd, so you can grab your take-out and enjoy it outdoors in one of the two beautiful venues with friends and family.
Concerts will take place at the Montauk Village Green and Gosman's Dockside Stage in the Harbor (500 West Lake Drive, Montauk). For more information, visit www.montaukchamber.com.
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