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Tuesday Night Concerts Return to Main Beach

Thu, 06/27/2024 - 14:03
The Tuesday night concerts at Main Beach are family affairs.
Durell Godfrey

Tuesday night concerts at Main Beach begin this week with Hot Date, a cover band, performing from 6 to 8 at the pavilion and the crowd is invited to arrive for the fun starting at 5 with chairs, blankets, and picnics. Beach parking restrictions are lifted at 5, too, so even if you don’t have a village permit, parking is free for the evening. The Beach Hut on Main concession will be open and lifeguards will be on duty. 

Also on the schedule for the season are Winston Irie on July 9, the Realm on July 16, the brass band REEB on July 23, and Candy Shop on July 30. In August, it’ll be Nancy Atlas on the 6th, Hot Lava on the 13th, Inner Roots on the 20th, and Hello Brooklyn on the 27th. The series will come to a close on Sept. 3 with the Cherry Bombs. 

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