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Long Island Summer Music Concert Series

h/t to Wendy and Charlotte for compiling these lists

Summer Music Festival are abundant around us!  I just wanted to remind you all of some of the great musical events all around us.  There are a lot that I know of, but I am sure that there are many more in your neck of the woods that want to share with others.  There are many of them that are completely free, and there are some that you pay for a full day of various bands.
At Heckscher Park in Huntington there are free events 6 days a week.  This is the best please for outdoor shows.  It is a small and cozy area.
http://www.huntingtonarts.org/ content/programssaf/2010/docs/Calendar_ 2010.pdf
Patchogue has two great things this summer.  Every other Friday night, July 2, 16, 30 and August 13.   They close down main street and have three different music stages going on at different parts on the road.  Last Friday I got to see a local band that I have seen before and then got to meet a local SKA band that I never knew about. http://www.patchogu evillage. org/specialevent s.htm
Patchogue also has my favorite musical weekend that is coming up this very weekend July 9,10,11.  The Great South Bay Music Festival .  It is worth the price.  http://greatsouthbaymusicfestival. com/GSB_Schedule .html
The weekend after that is the Blues Festival in River Head. July 17 and 18Th  http://www.riverblu es.org/
The weekend after that is the Be-In Solar Festival on July 24Th and 25Th at the
Yaphank Presbyterian  Church.  http://f1.grp. yahoofs.com/ v1/QKoyTLB_ jm6aOrDvRegwnU37 bs8wVEXVGxiMATIX WCnERWAG- DnQvv2s0XvHPgoA4 eUuL5-hmjVX7jDiT XxwoBCXnsFW3Djzt kFSv4jgng/ The%20Be- In-Solarfest% 202010%20/ Photo%20Negative %20FlierThpgtThn July 24th and 25th.  This is run by some close friends of mine, and is full of a lot of local bands.

And in Northport Every Friday Evening at 7:30 at the Patio in the Park, by the Harbor there are musical”Happenings on Main Street.  and on Saturday, July 24 “Art in the Park, there will be dancers, musicians, poets and vendors .  Wednesday, July 14 at 7 p.m. Sharp at the Northport Library Community Room “Blue Detour” … a 4 piece Bluegrass Band will perform and on Wednesday, August 11 at 7 p..m. Sharp! at the Northport Library “Jazz for a Summer Evening” with Ranny Reeve and friends, with classics and improvs. All these events are free and are brought to you by the Northport Arts Coalition (www.northportarts.org for our e-mail newsletter).

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