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From Riverhead to Orient to Montauk

The Eastern End of Long Island, New York City’s backyard beach getaway, offers a variety of fun activities for all ages and interests. From Riverhead to Greenport to Montauk, there are the Hamptons, North Fork farms and vineyards, breweries, scenic beaches, and stunning views. From tall ship festivals to music festivals to drag racing events, to the Long Island Aquarium, Splish Splash, and the Parrish Art Museum, there’s something for everyone.

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Rickie Lee Jones at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Rickie Lee Jones is an American musician, storyteller and two-time Grammy winner who has been inspiring pop culture for decades, beginning with her star-making self-titled debut, followed by the seminal Pirates.  Named the “premiere song-stylist and songwriter of her generation” by The New Yorker, and “The Duchess of Coolsville” by Time magazine, Jones released her Grammy-nominated album Pieces of Treasure in 2023, a reunion with Russ Titelman, who produced her first two records.  Jones’ celebrated memoir Last Chance Texaco was named Book of the Year by MOJO and a Best Book of the Year at Pitchfork and NPR The Independent writes, “There has always been something defiant about Rickie Lee Jones . . . a voice from a dream, elusive yet familiar, transcendent, a messenger from another place.”

Los Lobos at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

It’s a matter of time. 50 years to be exact. And in that time Los Lobos have created an unprecedented body of work, a legacy of greatness. The numbers are staggering: 100+ gigs a year for five decades running, crossing millions of miles to rock millions of fans. And that’s just at the live shows. In between they’ve recorded 17 studio albums, 7 live LPs, 3 compilations, 2 EPs, 2 DVDs, and contributed 40+ guest appearances on their friends’ recordings — all garnering 5 Grammys, an Austin City Limits Hall of Fame induction, the ALMA Richie Valens Pioneer Award, NEA and Hispanic Heritage Foundation Honors, Congressional recognitions, plus countless “Keys to the City” and “Los Lobos Day” celebrations. And those are just a few of the highlights. But beyond all the hoopla and applause (and the source of it all, really) is the tremendous heart. Rather, hearts. Cinco corazones.

Five blood brothers who have dedicated their off-stage time to helping others, working for peace and justice, penning some of the most literate and important music of their time, transforming the hard cries from the East L.A. barrio into songs of hope, tales of common folk finding ways to endure. The young wolves were weaned on late-night radio’s soul, R&B, and doo-wop. Were cured through the African-American currents of the blues, jazz, and rock ‘n’ roll. An amalgam. As proud Chicanos, their songs have always glistened with the distillation from their Mexican and Latin American roots — nourished by Norteña and rancheras, buoyed by bolero and cumbias, soaring on the rhythms of son huasteco and son jarocho. Los Lobos have helped spread the rich diversity of cultures across every continent, throughout the global community. Kids in Antwerp now know about Aztlán. Residents of Luxor and Ghana are crooning Lalo Guerrero. People from Laos and Bulgaria are belting “La Bamba” — all thanks to The Wolves as cultural ambassadors.

Talk about a living legacy. Talk about a productive half century. And in the true rebel spirit, they did it all on their own terms, against formula. For the ages. To our delight. Quite simply, they are one of the tightest, one of the best, one of the most prolific bands ever. And, amazingly, with the original founding members as the pack the entire time. Unprecedented. As their liner notes put it, quite simply: “Los Lobos still are David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez, Jr., Cesar Rosas, Conrad Lozano, Steve Berlin.”

Arrival From Sweden: The Music of ABBA at The Suffolk

Hailed as one of the world’s most popular and best selling ABBA show bands, ARRIVAL has toured in over 70 countries with 82 successful USA tours and has appeared in several TV and radio shows all over the world. ARRIVAL is also the only group that has been given a previously unreleased ABBA song directly from Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson of ABBA. The song “Just A Notion” was released by ARRIVAL from Sweden in 1999 and was yet again released by the original ABBA in 2021 on their latest record “Voyage.”
ARRIVAL features hits like: “Dancing Queen,” “Mamma Mia,” “Does Your Mother Know,” “Take A Chance,” “SOS,” “The Winner Takes It All,” “Super Trouper,” “Money Money Money,” “Waterloo,” “Honey Honey,” “Fernando,” “Chiquitita,” “Knowing Me Knowing You,” “Thank You For The Music,” “Lay All Your Love On Me,” “Gimme Gimme Gimme” and so many more delivered with such accuracy that it’s hard to believe that it’s not the real ABBA on stage.

This production has all the features a great ABBA show needs: lovely costumes, extremely talented musicians, and breathtaking singers. Millions of people all around the world celebrate this show as the best ABBA show in the world; in fact, this is the only ABBA show the world needs!

For more information call our box office: (631) 727-4343 or email us with any questions: boxoffice@suffolktheater.com

Felicia Collins Plays Sly and the Family Stone Greatest Hits at The Suffolk

Lead Guitarist & Featured Singer on Late Show With David Letterman

Felicia Collins is best known around the world as the guitarist and vocalist in the CBS Orchestra on the Late Show With David Letterman & World’s Most Dangerous Band with Paul Shaffer. Prior to Late Show, Felicia was the lead guitarist and vocalist in Al Jarreau‘s band and then a member of Cyndi Lauper‘s band throughout her Hat Full Of Stars tour, wrapping up just weeks before Collins signed on with the new Letterman show, taking the bandstand for its entire run on nightly national and international television. As a member of Shaffer’s band, Felicia performed every year in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony. Beyond that, Collins has worked with a list of A-list players that is longer than her ankle-length dreadlocks!

And now Felicia is here with her New York-based band The Throw Down for a high-powered, electric funk performance of the iconic album, Sly And The Family Stone Greatest Hits.

Doors 7pm
Showtime 8pm
Tickets $39-$59

An Evening With Jimmy Webb at The Suffolk

America’s Songwriter

Jimmy Webb, America’s Songwriter, has written songs that transcend generations and genres –think “Wichita Lineman,” “MacArthur Park,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” and “Didn’t We.” This Motown-trained composer writes all of his own lyrics and music and is the only hit maker to have scored songs on the Pop, Country, R&B, Rap, Disco and New Age charts. During this Evening with Jimmy Webb, audiences will hear this multi-Grammy Award winner’s songs and experience his insightful and often humorous stories about his work with Glen Campbell, Frank Sinatra, Linda Ronstadt (“Still Within the Sound of My Voice”), Art Garfunkel (“All I Know”), The Fifth Dimension (“Up, Up and Away”), The Highwaymen (“The Highwayman”), Kanye West (“Famous” features Webb’s “Do What You Gotta Do”), and more.

Jimmy Webb is the author of the memoir, The Cake and the Rain, and the “bible” of songwriting, Tunesmith: The Art of Songwriting. In 2019 Webb released a piano-only CD, SlipCover, featuring some of his favorite songs from his contemporaries; Billy Joel, Paul Simon, The Rolling Stones and more.

Doors 7:00pm
Showtime 8:00pm
Tickets $49-$69

Tower of Power at The Suffolk

56 Years of Funk & Soul
For over 55 years, Tower of Power has delivered the best in funk and soul music. “We were a Soul band called The Motowns,” recalls Emilio Castillo. “Rocco was the bass player, I was there, and my brother was the drummer. I met “Doc” Kupka back in 1968, and gave him an audition. He came in the band, and we eventually changed our name to the Tower of Power.” The reason for the band name change was that they had a specific goal in mind.
East Bay Grease defined their sound and landed them with Warner Brothers. Bump City, their 1972 debut for the label, was a hit on both the Billboard 200 and the R&B Albums chart, and netted them the hits “You’re Still A Young Man” and “Down to The Nightclub.” The 70s were a boom period with radio classics like “So Very Hard to Go” and “What Is Hip?,” and the band continued to tour and record over the years. Castillo says their love of the stage is the same today as it was back in 1968.
50 years later, in 2018, they returned to Oakland to celebrate their landmark 50th anniversary. Tower’s window-rattling grooves and raucous party spirit has been a balm for the soul throughout their half-century existence, but the release of 50 Years of Funk & Soul: Live at the Fox Theater couldn’t have arrived at a better time.
The band has long since surpassed Castillo’s modest aspirations, traveling the world, enjoying hit singles on their own and backing legendary artists including Otis Redding, Elton John, Santana, the Grateful Dead, John Lee Hooker, Aerosmith, Bonnie Raitt, and countless others. In the process they’ve defined an “Oakland soul” sound as instantly recognizable as those from Castillo’s hometown, Detroit, as well as inspirations like Memphis and Philadelphia.
The future of Tower of Power is set out to be vigorous and dynamic, and will prove to be just that for fans around the world starved for the band’s groove just the way Tower of Power likes it!
VIP PACKAGE AVAILABLE:
Tier One (Rows A and B) – $229
Tier Two (Rows X and Z – handicap accessible) – $199
• Early access into the venue
• VIP access to Tower of Power’s pre-show soundcheck
• Collectible Tower of Power poster autographed by the band
• Tower of Power strap back hat
• Commemorative TOP enamel pin
• Official tour laminate & lanyard
*** Limited availability – package sales close June 6 ***
For more information call our box office: (631) 727-4343 or email us with any questions: boxoffice@suffolktheater.com

Rising Stars Piano Series presents Konstantin Soukhovetski

Innovation Award Winner from Music Academy Of The West, Konstantin is an artist of singular vision bringing theater and music together while bridging classical and popular genres.

This season, Konstantin premiered SPARKS, a composition created for him by award-winning composer, Polina Nazaykinskaya, and has appeared with Musimelange and the musicians of the New World Symphony in Miami, FL. Konstantin is also a member of the advisory of committee at SCC.

BCMF Concert: Masters at Work: Mozart/Gaubert/Dvořák

Two great piano quartets bookend a program that presents three composers at the heights of their creativity: Mozart’s brooding G minor Piano Quartet is among his most profound works, while Dvořák’s E-flat major is an intense and wild ride. Gaubert’s Three Watercolors, on the other hand, provide a bit of impressionistic magic to balance out the program. 

RUNNING TIME: Aprroximately 80 minutes, no intermission

Parrish Art Museum’s Salon Series: SAKURA DUO

Salon Series concludes its spring season with a performance by the Sakura Duo, featuring pianists Jacopo and Maddalena Giacopuzzi. Born in Verona, Italy to a family of pianists, the dynamic brother-and-sister duo have toured internationally performing with a captivating configuration of four hands at the piano.

$35 Members | $45 Adults | $40 Seniors | $20 Students | $10 Children

Parrish Art Museum’s Salon Series: BORISEVICH DUO

Salon Series continues the spring season with an intimate performance by the Borisevich Duo, featuring internationally acclaimed pianist Margarita Loukachkina and violinist Nikita Borisevich. Borisevich and Loukachkina are winners of numerous international music competitions and have collectively performed on world renown stages such as The Kennedy Center (Washington, DC), Mozarteum University Salzburg (Salzburg, Austria), Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory (Moscow, Russia), Shriver Hall (Baltimore, Maryland), California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, CA), JCC Greater Washington (Rockville, MD) and Manuel de Falla Auditorium (Granada, Spain), among others.

$35 Members | $45 Adults | $40 Seniors | $20 Students | $10 Children

Pianofest in the Hamptons

Join us to hear world-class music in this curated concert featuring some of the brightest emerging stars in the piano world right now. Program to be announced at the concert and will include a performance of an award-winning original piece by Juilliard faculty member and Hamptons favorite Konstantin Soukhovetski. Meet-and-mingle with the Hamptons community during a post-concert reception.

Pianofest is a summer festival-school that offers exceptionally concentrated study to a small group of pianists selected by audition. Weekly evening concerts featuring these emerging artists occur at different venues in the Hamptons from late June to early August. More than 500 pianists have passed through the festival-school over its 36 years, including Deutsche Grammophon recording artist Sergei Babayan, 2023 and 2024 Grammy Award winners Michelle Cann and Awadagin Pratt, Orion Weiss, eight winners of the esteemed Naumburg International Piano Competition, and Steinway Artists Anderson & Roe Piano Duo.

Generously Sponsored by Marcus Stinchi

The Righteous Brothers

Prepare for a soul-stirring, nostalgic concert experience at the Lovin’ Feelin’ Farewell Tour of the legendary Righteous Brothers.

The Righteous Brothers Lovin’ Feelin’ Farewell Tour promises a captivating musical odyssey, spanning the early days of rock and roll, the era of Blue-Eyed Soul and as far reaching as the movie Dirty Dancing.  From heartwarming ballads to energetic rock anthems, every performance is a testament to the enduring power of The Righteous Brothers’ music and their connection to fans across the globe.

Take a journey through decades of timeless hits that have defined a generation, including “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin,'” “Unchained Melody,” “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life,” “Soul and Inspiration,” “Ebb Tide,” and “Rock and Roll Heaven.”

Bill Medley has been entertaining audiences for more than sixty years.  His iconic bass-baritone helped earn The Righteous Brothers their place in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and is interwoven with the cherished memories of a lifetime of fans.

Generously Sponsored by the Louis Auer Foundation

The 3rd Annual Northforker Wine & Food Classic

Northforker Magazine is proud to announce the 3rd Annual Northforker Wine & Food Classic at Borghese Vineyard on Thursday, August 29th, 2024! Back by overwhelming demand this local food and wine tasting event will showcase 55+ farm to table restaurants, vineyards, breweries, and more!

And of course, LIVE MUSIC by the awesome “In the Groove” band!

**This is a 21+….All-Inclusive Food & Drink….Rain or Shine Event**

Silent Disco Dance Party at Guild Hall

Get ready to kick off the summer with the return of everyone’s favorite Silent Disco Dance Party. Guild Hall’s Furman Garden will be lit up and ready to greet dancers for some uproariously quiet movin’ and groovin’. Wireless headsets will feature three different channels, including 70s disco and funk, 80s and 90s pop and hip-hop, and hits from the 2000s to today. Each station is represented by a color, so when you notice someone having a great time, you can just switch over to that color and join them!

Guest DJ’s to be announced.

Skip the lines and reserve your headphones in advance – which also guarantees you will get them on arrival! Headsets can be rented on site, but advance reservations are recommended.

Wine, beer, and snacks will be available at Louise & Howie’s Coffee Bar located in the front lobby.

Booze Cruise Sunset Adventure: Harvest Wine Cruise

Enjoy local Harvest Wine on our Sunset “BOOZE” cruise adventures! Enjoy a trip on our Atlantis Explorer Tour Boat as we travel along the Peconic River with fun music, complementary drinks and snacks, while enjoying the beautiful summer sunset.

$80/per person. 21 and older. There is a 3.5% discount on purchases made with cash.

Reservations Required.

Check in is at Seaside Grill (behind the Hyatt Place hotel within the Treasure Cove Resort Marina) at least 15 minutes prior to departure.

Booze Cruise Sunset Adventure: Tequila Cruise

Enjoy Tequila Sunrises and Margaritas on our Sunset “BOOZE” cruise adventures! Enjoy a trip on our Atlantis Explorer Tour Boat as we travel along the Peconic River with fun music, complimentary drinks and snacks, while enjoying the beautiful summer sunset.

$80/per person. 21 and older.

Reservations Required.

Check in is at Seaside Grill (behind the Hyatt Place hotel within the Treasure Cove Resort Marina) at least 15 minutes prior to departure.

Taste the East End at the Long Island Aquarium

If you love our Fish & Sips event you don’t want to miss our summer version, Taste the East End, a flavor-filled night of food pairings with local craft beer, wine and cider! Plus live music throughout the property! Guests 21 and over, please.

$98.32* pp includes all food & craft beverage tastings.

Reservations are required.

Good Ground On Stage Summer Concert Series

Nina Et Cetera – a mix of original songs and covers, blending Rock, Funk, Soul, Country and Blues!

The series runs weekly through August! Open to the public, FREE to attend!

Gimme Gimme Disco at The Suffolk

If you can’t get enough of ABBA, boy do we have THE dance party for you! Join the DJ dance party playing all your favorite ABBA tracks, plus plenty of other disco hits from the 70s & 80’s like The Bee Gees, Donna Summer, Cher, & so much more. So honey honey, take-a-chance and you’ll be dancing all night long. Grab tickets, put on your grooviest getup, bring your funkiest friends, and have the best night of your life!
* General Admission tickets are standing-room only.
* Reserved table seating in the balcony with wait service is available – to purchase, please call the Box Office at 631-727-4343.
For more information call our box office: (631) 727-4343 or email us with any questions: boxoffice@suffolktheater.com

The Sound of Music Sing-A-Long at The Suffolk

Get ready to experience The Sound of Music in a whole new way! Dust off your vocal cords and join us for an evening of classic tunes, interactive fun, and nostalgic joy with a screening of the timeless Julie Andrews classic that you can sing along to – costumes are encouraged! From “Do-Re-Mi” to “My Favorite Things,” serenade the night away to every iconic melody!

Good Ground Park Onstage Summer Series

July 1st kicks of the 2024 outdoor Summer concert and movie series with the band Southbound, Long Island’s top Southern Rock/Country Band, at Ponquogue Beach!

The series runs weekly through August! Open to the public, FREE to attend!

Sag Harbor’s HARBORFEST

WHALE HO!

The village’s rich maritime history on full display all weekend long. Long Wharf will be filled with live music, kids activities, great food, beer and wine and dozens of vendors representing Sag Harbor’s rich cultural and artistic history.

Visit Marine Park for the annual HarborFest Arts & Crafts Fair, with more than 50 vendors on hand to sell their handmade art, jewelry and other crafts. Don’t miss the famous HarborFest Clam Chowder Contest on Sunday at noon, and of course whaleboat racing all afternoon on both Saturday and Sunday off Windmill Beach.

Downtown Riverhead’s Alive on 25

The Alive on 25 summer street festival in Downtown Riverhead offers live music on multiple stages, local craft beverages, outdoor dining, Long Island artists, performers and street vendors. This is where the east end comes ALIVE for two Friday evenings between Long Island’s Hamptons and North Fork! (Rain Date Aug 23rd)

Laser Light Show 9p

Downtown Riverhead’s Alive on 25

The Alive on 25 summer street festival in Downtown Riverhead offers live music on multiple stages, local craft beverages, outdoor dining, Long Island artists, performers and street vendors. This is where the east end comes ALIVE for two Friday evenings between Long Island’s Hamptons and North Fork! (Rain Date July 19th)

Fireworks 9p

Montauk Monday Night Concerts on the Green with Ray Red

Local musical artists provide family entertainment on the Montauk Green weekly in the summer. Concerts run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, every Monday starting the last week of June through September. Bring your dinner or refreshments and a blanket or beach chair and relax to the Music of Montauk. 

Montauk Monday Night Concerts on the Green with Sarah Conway & The Playful Souls

Local musical artists provide family entertainment on the Montauk Green weekly in the summer. Concerts run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, every Monday starting the last week of June through September. Bring your dinner or refreshments and a blanket or beach chair and relax to the Music of Montauk. Band schedule is as follows:

Monday August 26th: Ray Red

Montauk Monday Night Concerts on the Green with Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks

Local musical artists provide family entertainment on the Montauk Green weekly in the summer. Concerts run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, every Monday starting the last week of June through September. Bring your dinner or refreshments and a blanket or beach chair and relax to the Music of Montauk. Band schedule is as follows:

Monday August 19th: Sarah Conway & The Playful Souls 
Monday August 26th: Ray Red

Monday Night Concerts on the Green with The Realm

Local musical artists provide family entertainment on the Montauk Green weekly in the summer. Concerts run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, every Monday starting the last week of June through September. Bring your dinner or refreshments and a blanket or beach chair and relax to the Music of Montauk. Band schedule is as follows:

Monday August 5th: TBD
Monday August 12th: Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks
Monday August 19th: Sarah Conway & The Playful Souls 
Monday August 26th: Ray Red

Montauk Monday Night Concerts on the Green with The Dog Watchers

Local musical artists provide family entertainment on the Montauk Green weekly in the summer. Concerts run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, every Monday starting the last week of June through September. Bring your dinner or refreshments and a blanket or beach chair and relax to the Music of Montauk. Band schedule is as follows:

Monday July 29th: The Realm
Monday August 5th: 
Monday August 12th: Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks
Monday August 19th: Sarah Conway & The Playful Souls 
Monday August 26th: Ray Red

Montauk Monday Night Concerts on the Green with the Steven Tekulsky Band

Local musical artists provide family entertainment on the Montauk Green weekly in the summer. Concerts run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, every Monday starting the last week of June through September. Bring your dinner or refreshments and a blanket or beach chair and relax to the Music of Montauk. Band schedule is as follows:

Monday July 22nd: The Dog Watchers
Monday July 29th: The Realm
Monday August 5th: 
Monday August 12th: Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks
Monday August 19th: Sarah Conway & The Playful Souls 
Monday August 26th: Ray Red

Montauk Monday Night Concerts on the Green with the Lynn Blue Band

Local musical artists provide family entertainment on the Montauk Green weekly in the summer. Concerts run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, every Monday starting the last week of June through September. Bring your dinner or refreshments and a blanket or beach chair and relax to the Music of Montauk. Band schedule is as follows:

Monday July 15th: Steven Tekulsky Band
Monday July 22nd: The Dog Watchers
Monday July 29th: The Realm
Monday August 5th: 
Monday August 12th: Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks
Monday August 19th: Sarah Conway & The Playful Souls 
Monday August 26th: Ray Red

Montauk Monday Night Concerts on the Green with Bingo Bango

Local musical artists provide family entertainment on the Montauk Green weekly in the summer. Concerts run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, every Monday starting the last week of June through September. Bring your dinner or refreshments and a blanket or beach chair and relax to the Music of Montauk. Band schedule is as follows:


Monday July 8th: Lynn Blue Band 
Monday July 15th: Steven Tekulsky Band
Monday July 22nd: The Dog Watchers
Monday July 29th: The Realm
Monday August 5th: 
Monday August 12th: Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks
Monday August 19th: Sarah Conway & The Playful Souls 
Monday August 26th: Ray Red

Montauk Monday Night Concerts on the Green with Joe Delia & Friends

Local musical artists provide family entertainment on the Montauk Green weekly in the summer. Concerts run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, every Monday starting the last week of June through September. Bring your dinner or refreshments and a blanket or beach chair and relax to the Music of Montauk. Band schedule is as follows:

Monday July 1st: Bingo Bango
Monday July 8th: Lynn Blue Band 
Monday July 15th: Steven Tekulsky Band
Monday July 22nd: The Dog Watchers
Monday July 29th: The Realm
Monday August 5th: 
Monday August 12th: Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks
Monday August 19th: Sarah Conway & The Playful Souls 
Monday August 26th: Ray Red

69th Annual Mattituck Lions Club Strawberry Festival

Whether you choose some of our farm fresh strawberry delicacies, take a ride on a super roller coaster, shop amongst our arts and crafts or listen to some great music or watch many of the great attractions with the kids.

With over 25 rides and a variety of midway games, you won’t be bored! Find a giant Ferris Wheel, Thrill Rides for all and over a dozen rides specific for our youngest visitors.

Stroll through rows of booths filled with fabulous hand crafted items. You’ll find jewelry, knitwear, candles, hand-made crafts and more!

Adults & Children 5 & up = $10 |  Children < 5 years = Free |  *Father’s Day – Dads Free w. paid Child |  Ride Bracelets: $35 Pay One Price

69th Annual Mattituck Lions Club Strawberry Festival

Whether you choose some of our farm fresh strawberry delicacies, take a ride on a super roller coaster, shop amongst our arts and crafts or listen to some great music or watch many of the great attractions with the kids.

With over 25 rides and a variety of midway games, you won’t be bored! Find a giant Ferris Wheel, Thrill Rides for all and over a dozen rides specific for our youngest visitors.

Stroll through rows of booths filled with fabulous hand crafted items. You’ll find jewelry, knitwear, candles, hand-made crafts and more!

Adults & Children 5 & up = $10 | Children < 5 years = Free  |  Ride Bracelets: $35 Pay One Price 11am-5pm  I $40 Pay One Price 5pm-closing I $50 Pay One Price ALL DAY

2:30p – Aqua Cherry
4p – Strawberry Queen Announcement
5p – World Strawberry Shortcake Eating Championship
7:30p – That 70’s Band
10:30p – Fireworks (weather permitting)

69th Annual Mattituck Lions Club Strawberry Festival

Whether you choose some of our farm fresh strawberry delicacies, take a ride on a super roller coaster, shop amongst our arts and crafts or listen to some great music or watch many of the great attractions with the kids.

With over 25 rides and a variety of midway games, you won’t be bored! Find a giant Ferris Wheel, Thrill Rides for all and over a dozen rides specific for our youngest visitors.

Stroll through rows of booths filled with fabulous hand crafted items. You’ll find jewelry, knitwear, candles, hand-made crafts and more!

Adults & Children 5 & up = $10  |  Children < 5 years = Free |  Ride Bracelets: $35 Pay One Price  

7:30p – 9:30p – Fever Band
10:30p Fireworks (weather permitting)

69th Annual Mattituck Lions Club Strawberry Festival

Whether you choose some of our farm fresh strawberry delicacies, take a ride on a super roller coaster, shop amongst our arts and crafts or listen to some great music or watch many of the great attractions with the kids.

With over 25 rides and a variety of midway games, you won’t be bored! Find a giant Ferris Wheel, Thrill Rides for all and over a dozen rides specific for our youngest visitors.

Stroll through rows of booths filled with fabulous hand crafted items. You’ll find jewelry, knitwear, candles, hand-made crafts and more!

Adults & Children 5 & up = $5 |  Children < 5 years = Free |  Ride Bracelets: $30 Pay One Price 

7 – 9p – David Clark’s All About Joel Tribute Band
9:15p Fireworks (weather permitting)

East End Arts Annual Mosaic Street Painting Festival

A Memorial Day Weekend tradition where families and friends enjoy the creative spirit together. Join all the artists, musicians, and lovers of the arts, young and old, who gather on the grounds of East End Arts and along the Peconic River for this day-long celebration of the arts, centering around the Street Painting Festival, fashioned after the Italian street painters “Il Madonnari”, a street chalk art form dating back to the 16th century, as well as activities and entertainment for everyone. Street painting squares sponsored by businesses, families, and individuals are used as a canvas for inspiration in chalk.

  • Street Painting, Children’s Activities & Family Fun
  • Crafts Fair & Fine Arts
  • Live Music & Drumming
  • Dance & Theatre

Downtown Riverhead on East Main Street between Roanoke Avenue and East Avenue and on the grounds of EEA. Admission is FREE

46th Annual Mattituck Street Fair

The 46th annual Street Fair will maintain all the great traditions that Mattituck holds dear, including great food, live music, and many diverse & unique arts and crafts to be sold. We’ll also host another year of Little Miss Mattitucks & Little Mister Mattituck! 

OKTOBERFEST at Reflextions Riverhead

FEATURING LIVE MUSIC BY THE BRATWURST BOYS

Don your dirndl and lace up those lederhosen for a day filled with live entertainment, exciting contests, and delectable German-style cuisine from Seaside Grill. Quench your thirst with refreshing brews from our local craft breweries, including North Fork Brewing Co., Tradewinds Brewing, Twin Fork Beer Co., and ubergeek Brewing Company. This family-friendly event is free to attend and features fun activities like a costume contest and stein holding competition. 

Join us for a festive celebration that’s sure to delight all ages!

Reflextions – Art in the Park

A lighting event with installations lit and Live Music by Soapbox Messiah

Experience Reflextions, a captivating journey awaiting you at Milton L Burns Park (also known as GRANGEBEL PARK) on Peconic Ave in Downtown Riverhead. Set against a scenic backdrop, Reflextions transforms the park into a vibrant, accessible public art space. By day, explore a standalone reflective art display, but as night falls, witness the magic as art pieces illuminate during our special events. Featuring an eclectic mix of “LIGHT” elements, journey through the black light container, take a turn on the seesaws, and grab fun photos with the Butterfly Wings, Seahorse or Octopus. 

Don’t miss out on this immersive experience, where the musical performance from Soapbox Messiah adds another layer to the fun. Performing Revved-up renditions of the greatest Funk and Soul tunes ’70s AM radio had to offer, Soapbox Messiah delivers the kind of show where you’ll know every word and dance to every song!

For more information and details about future Reflextions events, visit reflextionsriverhead.com

October 5th  |  OKTOBERFEST featuring The Bratwurst Boys  |  3p – 9p  

Reflextions – Art in the Park

A lighting event with installations lit and Live Music by Streetwise

Reflextions invites visitors to immerse themselves in a unique, interactive experience nestled within Milton L Burns Park, also known as GRANGEBEL PARK, on Peconic Ave in Downtown Riverhead. Utilizing the park’s scenic beauty, Reflextions creates a captivating public art space that’s free and accessible to all. By day, visitors can explore a standalone reflective art display, but as night falls, the magic truly unfolds with illuminated art pieces during our special events. Featuring an eclectic mix of “LIGHT” elements, journey through the black light container, take a turn on the Seesaws, and grab fun photos with the Butterfly Wings, Seahorse or Octopus. 

Adding to the ambiance, local band Streetwise infuses the air with their music, bringing a nostalgic 80s flair and deep ties to New York City to the Reflextions experience.

For more information and details about future Reflextions events, visit reflextionsriverhead.com

September 7th  |  Musical guest Soapbox Messiah  |  7p – 10p
September 30th  |  OKTOBERFEST featuring The Bratwurst Boys  |  3p – 9p

Reflextions – Art in the Park

A Lighting event with installations lit and Live Music by Who Are Those Guys

Reflextions transforms Milton L Burns Park, also known as GRANGEBEL PARK, on Peconic Ave in Downtown Riverhead into an enchanting, interactive experience for everyone to enjoy. By day, wander through a tranquil reflective art exhibit, harmonizing beautifully with the park’s picturesque surroundings. But as night falls, the true enchantment unfolds with illuminated art pieces during our special events. Featuring an eclectic mix of “LIGHT” elements, journey through the black light container, take a turn on the seesaws, and grab fun photos with the Butterfly Wings, Seahorse or Octopus. 

Adding to the ambiance, live music by Who Are Those Guys fills the air with their timeless sound, drawing comparisons to The Band, Neil Young, Tom Petty, Dylan, and Creedence. With a repertoire spanning rock, blues, folk, and country, Who Are Those Guys brings their unique classic sound to Reflextions, creating an immersive fusion of creativity and community in this free, accessible public art space.

For more information and details about future Reflextions events, visit reflextionsriverhead.com

August 3rd | Musical guest STREETWISE | 7p – 10
September 7th | Musical guest Soapbox Messiah | 7p – 10p
October 5th | OKTOBERFEST with The Bratwurst Boys | 3p – 9p

Judy Collins – DUO HITS at The Suffolk

A Luminary In Music For Over Five Decades
Judy Collins has consistently showcased a discerning taste in songcraft. From her influential 1967 album “Wildflowers” to her latest release “Spellbound,” she has cultivated a reputation for curating poignant collections and evolving into a poetic songwriter. “Spellbound,” her 55th release, represents a significant milestone as it marks the first time she has penned all the songs on one of her albums. With its introspective and impressionistic essence, the album serves as a retrospective of Judy’s life, weaving together moments both grand and intimate, reminiscent of a museum exhibit curated by the artist herself. Drawing inspiration from her experiences, Judy’s lyricism paints vivid portraits of her past, from the vibrant Greenwich Village folk scene of the 1960s to the serene landscapes of her Colorado upbringing. Through her unwavering commitment to storytelling and social activism, Judy infuses her music with depth and resonance, creating an album that resonates with both beauty and introspection.
Supported by a team of seasoned musicians, including co-producer Alan Silverman and guitarist Ari Hest, Judy brings her vision to life with a blend of acoustic and electric instrumentation, complementing her timeless vocals.
For more information call our box office: (631) 727-4343 or email us with any questions: boxoffice@suffolktheater.com

An Evening with Leslie Odom, Jr. at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Leslie Odom, Jr. is a multifaceted Tony and Grammy Award-winning, three-time Emmy and two-time Academy Award-nominated vocalist, songwriter, actor, and New York Times bestselling author. With a career that spans all performance genres, Odom has received recognition for his excellence and achievements in Broadway, television, film, and music. Most recently, Odom made his long-awaited return to Broadway starring in, and co-producing, the new Broadway production of the classic American comedy Purlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Romp Through the Cotton Patch by the legendary Ossie Davis, which opened in September 2023 to widespread critical acclaim. Additionally, he stars in the highly anticipated sequel to the original iconic film The Exorcist for Blumhouse and Universal Pictures out October 6, 2023.

Odom recently starred in Rian Johnson’s 2022 Knives Out sequel, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, which broke records for Netflix and is currently streaming worldwide. In 2020, he starred as legendary singer Sam Cooke in the award-winning Amazon film adaptation of One Night in Miami…, directed by Regina King. His critically acclaimed and highly lauded portrayal of the soul icon and musical performance of original song “Speak Now” earned him multiple awards and nominations. He also starred in The Many Saints of Newark, a prequel to David Chase’s award-winning HBO series The Sopranos, released in October 2021. Well known for his breakout role as ‘Aaron Burr’ in the smash hit Broadway musical Hamilton, Odom hosted “The Tony Awards Present: Broadway’s Back!” on CBS in September 2021 (2022 Emmy nomination). Additional film and television credits include Apple TV+’s Central Park (2020 Emmy nomination), Hamilton on Disney+ (2021 Emmy nomination), Abbott Elementary, The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, Love in the Time of Corona, Harriet, and many more. Co-written with Nicolette Robinson, Odom’s first children’s book, I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know, was published by Feiwel & Friends on March 28, 2023. The book debuted on the New York Times bestseller list at #7 in its first week. Odom is a BMG recording artist and has released five full-length albums. Released in November 2023, Odom’s fifth full-length album and his first of all-new original music since 2019, When A Crooner Dies, features a collection of 10 newly penned, original tracks that mark his most personal body of music to date.

Generously Sponsored by The Stoller Family and Kate Schumacher

SALON SERIES | PEGASUS: THE ORCHESTRA at the Parrish Art Museum

Pegasus: the Orchestra returns to the Parrish for an intimate program focused on Rachmaninoff’s and Schubert’s Vocal and Chamber Masterpieces. 2007 Tchaikovsky International Competition Gold Medalist, Sergey Antonov opens the concert with Rachmaninoff’s “Vocalise” arranged for cello and piano, followed by rising star, soprano Elisa Sunshine performing two art songs of Rachmaninoff. The first half closes with Rachmaninoff’s powerful Trio Elegiaque No.1.

The second half opens with soprano Elisa Sunshine performing five selections from Schubert’s lieder arranged by Karén Hakobyan for Piano and String Quartet finishing the set with Schubert’s famous lieder “Die Forelle” (“The Trout”). Schubert used “The Trout” lieder as the basis of set of variations of the 4th movement of his Piano Quintet, which hence earned its nickname “The Trout”. Pegasus’s String Principals explore this fascinating connection by closing the program with artistic director Karén Hakobyan at the piano with Schubert’s monumental Piano Quintet in A Major, D. 667 “The Trout”.

Wonderous Stories at The Lodge

Get ready for a night of fun and live music at The Lodge! Join us as we welcome the band, Wonderous Stories, for an evening packed with energetic performances and infectious beats. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just looking for a good time, this is a night you won’t want to miss. Grab your friends and hit the dance floor!  Food and drink available for purchase.  Doors open at 6p.

$15 General Admission 
$20 Standard Table Reservation
$35 VIP Table Reservation (includes complimentary drink)

The Sweet at The Suffolk

One of the Top “Glam Rock” Acts of Its Era

British rock band The Sweet rose to worldwide fame in the 1970’s, carving out a decade of new style that changed music and fashion forever. The Sweet’s influence has been touted and revered across many genres, from Boy George to Kiss, to Poison to Guns & Roses. In an interview on The Jimmy Kimmel Show, lead singer for Guns & Roses Axl Rose gave credit to two bands that influenced him the most growing up and The Sweet was one of them.

Decades later, the late great founder Steve Priest came out of retirement to put together his version of how he wanted his legacy to be presented, represented, and preserved into the future. After hearing drummer Richie Onori and keyboardist Stevie Stewart, he enlisted two more top-caliber musicians that could equally capture and deliver with the same intensity and prowess as his original line-up did. They were off to the races performing hundreds of shows around the globe.

Today, Stevie and Richie’s talented line-up proudly features the amazing Patrick Alan Stone on lead vocals, blazing guitarist Jimmy Burkhard and keyboard wizard Dave Shultz. With the upcoming release of “Little Miracle,” The Sweet is poised to capture the hearts and minds for a whole new generation of fans.

The group’s live show boasts the massive iconic hits that additionally are being continuously placed in blockbuster movies such as, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Suicide Squad, and the Black Phone to name a few among countless TV series and commercials.

The group is dedicated to carrying on the legacy and tradition of The Sweet well into the 21st century and most importantly adding on to the band’s heritage with thrilling new music that respects the integrity of the sound, quality, and energy of the early group. It is an extension of the same alluring eminence that the band always projected.

Doors 7pm
Showtime 8pm
Tickets $59-$85

Tommy Emmanuel, CGP at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Experience the unparalleled exuberance of guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel in a must-see show on May 12, 2024. With the ability to play three parts at once on his acoustic guitar, Tommy’s unbridled joy and infectious passion illuminate every performance. His upcoming album, Accomplice Two, showcases a diverse range of musical collaborators, including legends like Michael McDonald and Jorma Kaukonen, making it a highly anticipated follow-up to his 2018 hit Accomplice One. Tommy’s television special, Accomplice LIVE! featuring Emmylou Harris and more, aired on PBS in March 2023. Don’t miss the chance to witness the magic of Tommy Emmanuel’s music, inspired by his lifelong friendship with Chet Atkins and recognized with numerous awards and accolades.

Ben Folds at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Paper Airplane Tour

Ben Folds is widely regarded as one of the major music influencers of our generation.

The Emmy-nominated singer-songwriter-composer has created an enormous body of genre-bending music that includes pop albums with Ben Folds Five, multiple solo albums, and numerous collaborative records.

For the past three decades, he’s toured as a pop artist, while also performing with some of the world’s greatest symphony orchestras.

A New York Times Best Selling author and podcast host, Ben also composes for film, tv and theatre, guest stars in films and TV, and serves as the Artistic Advisor to the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.

A longtime advocate for arts and music education funding, Ben launched a music education charitable initiative in his native state of North Carolina entitled “Keys For Kids,” which provides funds and keyboards to existing nonprofits that provide free or affordable music lessons to interested school-age children. On the national level, he’s active as a member of Americans For The Arts and the Arts Action Fund.

Generously Sponsored by Marjorie & James Kuhn

Meet the Maestro at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton

The Hamptons Festival of Music returns to LongHouse Reserve where guests will have the opportunity to meet Maestro Michael Palmer, Artistic Director of TH·FM, and hear details of the 2024 season from both arts organizations. The evening will also feature a very special immersive concert performance by Amy Kang, visual artist, cellist, and a member of The New American Sinfonietta, TH·FM’s orchestra in residence, performing selections for solo cello that have inspired her visual artworks. This event is part of TH·FM’s 2024 Salon Series.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: Brunch and Vocal Concert

Brunch & Vocal Concert at Borghese Vineyard is a new event that combines a beautiful music program with a delicious brunch paired with Borghese wines.
It’s an intimate indoor concert featuring the exceptional soprano singer Susanna Phillips, the multi-talented Tom Manuel on trumpet and the versatile guitarist Steve Salerno while the audience is seated at the table. A wine tasting and a delicious brunch presented by chef Martine Abitbol will be served at the table, followed by the musical show.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: Spirits in the Machine featuring Sinta Saxophone Quartet 

Inspired by the writings of composer Marc Mellits of the saxophone quartet functioning as one machine powered by four individuals, this program highlights contemporary works for the ensemble influenced by funk, soul, post-minimalism; all with a lyrical tone that fuses with earlier works from the chamber music/classical canon that highlight a full palette of compositional and instrumental colors.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: Americana at the Village Green

The MUDFLATS band (comprised of 2 fiddles, banjo, mandolin, guitar, upright
bass, and drums) are a twin fiddle fusion of traditional American music, inspired
by the creative melting pot of music that grew out of the southern Appalachian
region–where the Celtic fiddle met the rhythms of the African banjo. The
MUDFLATS create an original sound, filled with fiddle and vocal harmonies, and
innovative lyrics added to foot-stomping fiddle tunes and songs that touch the
heart.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: Music from Around the World

ENJOY AN AFTERNOON CONCERT BY RENOWNED INTERNATIONAL DUO RUPERT BOYD & LAURA METCALF AND GIL GOLDSTEIN, COMPOSER / AARANGER AND ACCORDIONIST.
This unusual and original combination of musical instruments will offer a program of music from around the world.

Boyd Meets Girl pairs Australian classical guitarist Rupert Boyd with American cellist Laura Metcalf. The duo has toured the world sharing their eclectic mix of music from Debussy and Bach to Radiohead and Beyoncé.
Both acclaimed soloists in their own right, Boyd has been described as “truly evocative” by The Washington Post, and as “a player who deserves to be heard” by Classical Guitar Magazine, while Metcalf, also a member of the ensembles Break of Reality and The Overlook has been called “brilliant” by Gramophone.
The duo arranges much of their repertoire themselves, drawing inspiration from artists across all genres, and often speak from the stage about the works to create an engaging, conversational concert experience that breaks down boundaries not only between musical genres but between audience and performer.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: Brahms Piano Trios

Praised for their “fresh and surprising interpretations,” the award-winning Merz Trio are known for their passionate playing and uniquely artistic programming style, interspersing classic trio works with interdisciplinary elements and their own arrangements. The Trio have made a sweep of recent US chamber awards, taking top prizes at the 2021 Naumburg, 2019 Concert Artists Guild, 2019 Fischoff, and 2018 Chesapeake Competitions, and are 2023 Salon De Virtuosi Career Grant recipients. Upcoming debut appearances include performances at Duke Performances, Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Chamber Music Dallas, and Coleman Chamber Music Association.

Iris Trio Ensemble at The LongHouse Reserve

Original Chamber Music and Poetry Combine To Draw Attention To Our Impact on the Environment

The Iris Trio will perform selections from The Blue and Green Chapters of Project Earth, their multi-year project in response to the enormous climate crisis currently facing the planet. Through chamber music and poetry, the ensemble strives to illuminate the impact of human behavior on the environment, addressing issues of climate change, pollution, habitat degradation, and biodiversity loss, while also giving center stage to the immense beauty and wonder found in nature.

The Blue Chapter features original compositions by Juno Award-winning composer and jazz pianist Florian Hoefner, with original poetry written and recited by Griffin Prize-winning poet Don McKay. The result is the collision of the Iris Trio’s virtuosity and “exquisite balance of sound” (Augsburger Allgemeine) with a remarkable new body of spellbinding chamber music, uniting inspiration from classical, jazz, and folk genres.

The Green Chapter includes new commissions by Juno Award-winning musicians Sarah Slean and Andrew Downing and original poetry by Griffin Prize-winning poet Karen Solie. Slean’s collaboration with Solie is a written homage to the incredible life of trees, and the Downing/Solie collaboration explores the farming practices and dwindling habitat of unbroken shortgrass prairie (including the stranglehold of multinational corporations on farming).

Rites of Spring Music Festival: New Music Under the Big Sky

New Music Under The Big Sky will take you on a journey to create an immersive musical evening like nothing you have experienced before. The performance features the Rites of Spring Ensemble, a new group that embodies the spirit of the new music culture and is dedicated to performing innovative, collaborative, and exciting works of living composers and the contemporary works from composers of the recent past. Whether you’re a classical lover or a lover of extraordinary experiences, Music in The Sky pushes the boundaries of a traditional music event. This program presents a very exciting evening of music and stargazing! New Music Under The Big Sky aims by bringing people together, and focusing on what is happening today in the global arts world. Come and slow down with us, be immersed with music, lights and stars! Following the concert, Observatory staff will provide guided tours of the night sky (weather permitting) through our many telescopes on site, including the apochromatic Zerochromat telescope in our historic observation dome.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: Amusing the Strings

Nonghyun is a Korean term to say vibrato or bending of pitch and executed by pressing and releasing the strings vertically making inflections from microtones to almost thirds. Various types of nong are applied to the notes to emphasize important notes and to signify emotions.
Since Western music’s introduction to Korea, Western-style Korean composers have been strongly influenced by European techniques and music. Most composers studied in Germany and the United States. In the 1960s a new generation of Western-style Korean composers were inspired to explore Korean traditional musical elements and instruments. Today, many composers have written for traditional instruments, and some have composed works for Western instruments that contain traditional musical materials. They have attempted to synthesize these two different musical traditions from Western Europe and Korea.
Korean traditional music is generally divided into two categories based on the purpose of the performance and the audience by whom the music is enjoyed: aak (elegant music), played at the court and enjoyed by the aristocracy; and minsogak (folk and secular music), usually appreciated among the common people and traditionally referred to as folk music.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: The Beatitudes

We’re kicking off the Rites of Spring concert season with a new partnership with RG | New York Vineyard!
It’s an exciting event of music, spring celebration and appreciation of the North Fork agricultural scene. Doors open at 4pm. You will receive a glass of wine and can walk through the vineyard to enjoy the natural landscape.

Attendees can also come earlier at the vineyard for a tasting flight or some wine + bites ahead of the performance.  RG | NY normal business hours is open from 11am to 5pm.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: Sounds of Images

The performance is an adaptation of Anne’s artist’s book: “The Garden.”

Improvised music pieces and original music works will take the place of the abstract visuals in “The Garden.”
As in the book, the performance will start with a music piece, followed by its partner story. The music and readings will alternate throughout the performance for the eleven short stories. A final music work will conclude the performance.  
The visuals use color and pattern to create a mood or feeling that shifts from story to story. The collective design of the visuals starts with an image of dark chaos. The images are completely symmetrical with one side mirroring the other. The concluding image presents a new, re-ordering of the elements in warm, bright colors.  (See below the “storyboard ” image)

“The Garden” is a series of emotionally evocative abstract images with eleven semi-autobiographical single-page stories centering on themes of abandonment and loss. Stylistically reminiscent of children’s literature, Pundyk’s tales hint of secrets and truths, as they trace familial ties, tragedy, art, nature and a cathartic sense of sharing.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: Piano Marathon

We are so excited to host for the second year a Piano Marathon in collaboration with the Music Department of Stony Brook University.  This is an annual event featuring young professional pianists from Stony Brook University for a piano music program centered around a group of composers. 
The 2024 Piano Marathon will explore the repertoire of two composers, Joseph Haydn and Arnold Schoenberg, icons of the First and Second Viennese schools.
We hope you enjoy the humor, clarity and distinctive sound worlds presented by this pairing.

This rousing musical proposal presented by Rites of Spring Music Festival as the PREVIEW of the new season kicking off in May is the result of joint forces with the Department of Music at Stony Brook University.
Heartfelt thanks go to Tina Dahl, wonderful pianist and chairman of the Department of Music and Gil Kalish, professor of piano, legendary pianist and major figure in American music making.
Hight talented pianists trained by Tina Dahl and Gil Kalish will give life to this piano marathon: 
Anna Vertypolokh, Brianna Tang, Owen Dodds, ​Changyue Liu, 
Minyi Zhang, Charlotte Hill, Shuting Ye, Brianna Tang, 

Shelter Island Friends of Music Concert Series

Join us for our next concert when 2024 Grammy-Award winning Imani Winds performs “Black and Brown II: A Celebration of Composers of Color.” The quintet will play the music of Paquito D’Rivera, Valerie Colman, Carlos Simon, Billy Childs and others, including music especially written for and commissioned by Imani Winds

Shelter Island Friends of Music Concert Series

Special Works-in-Progress concert featuring Perlman Music Program musicians.

Founded by Toby Perlman in 1994, The Perlman Music Program (PMP) offers unparalleled musical training to young string players of rare and special talent. With a world-class faculty led by Itzhak Perlman and a signature summer program on Shelter Island, PMP is developing the future leaders of classical music within a nurturing and supportive community.

Shelter Island Friends of Music Concert Series

SIFM presents Amy Burton and John Musto, American Song Book.

These world-class cultural performances are open to all, free of charge. These concerts are made possible solely by the generous support of donors through annual tax-deductible contributions.

The Smithereens at The Suffolk

With Their Special Guest Vocalist Marshall Crenshaw
Formed in 1980 in New Jersey, The Smithereens, comprised of Jim Babjak, Dennis Diken, Mike Mesaros, and the late Pat DiNizio, have been a driving force in rock’n’roll for over four decades. With a sound rooted in their Garden State origins, the band has released 17 albums and performed over 2500 live shows, garnering a global fanbase. Hits like “Blood and Roses,” “Only a Memory,” and “A Girl Like You” have solidified their place in rock history.
The Smithereens have conquered stages worldwide including the Meadowlands Arena, Radio City Music Hall, and more while sharing bills with iconic acts like Tom Petty, Squeeze, and The Ramones among others. Even their television appearances include MTV, The Tonight Show, Conan O’Brien, and Saturday Night Live.
Despite facing challenges like the passing of DiNizio in 2017, the band persists, continuing to tour with rotating guest vocalists and releasing new music. Their resilience was recognized in 2019 when they were inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame, and their legacy endures through ongoing projects like the Grammy Museum’s “New Jersey Legends” exhibit and the celebration of their 44th anniversary as a band!
For more information call our box office: (631) 727-4343
Or email us with any questions: boxoffice@suffolktheater.com

Unforgettable Fire: The Ultimate U2 Tribute at The Suffolk

Regarded As The Preeminent U2 Tribute Show in North America!

After 25 years of performing, the band strives to present a truly authentic U2 experience, both sonically, and visually. In addition to performing a very impressive array of U2 material from pre-”Boy” to the most recent “Songs of Experience”, the band does everything in their power (from wardrobe to lighting) to create the live U2 concert setting for their audience. The members of UF are also very dedicated fans of U2, and will not settle for anything less than complete authenticity!

2021 brought new worldwide exposure for the band, including an episode of JEOPARDY!, in which Unforgettable Fire were featured as a question, in a category titled ‘Tribute Bands’. In October 2021 Unforgettable Fire were featured & appeared on the series premiere of “Clash of The Cover Bands” on ‘E!’ Network, executive produced by Jimmy Fallon with judges Adam Lambert, Meghan Trainor, and Ester Dean – UF won with much praise and acclaim from the celebrity judges.

Tickets $39-$59
Doors 7pm
Showtime 8pm

The Allman Betts Band at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

The Allman Betts Band includes Devon Allman & Duane Betts on guitars and vocals, Johnny Stachela on slide guitar, John Ginty on Hammond B3 (Robert Randolph/Dixie Chicks) and Devon Allman Project percussionists R. Scott Bryan (Sheryl Crow) and John Lum. The show features original music from their two recent BMG albums, songs from their solo projects as well as classic songs by The Allman Brothers Band, the legendary group founded by Devon and Duane’s fathers, Gregg Allman & Dickey Betts.Their sophomore album, Bless Your Heart, was released on August 28, 2020. Like their debut album, Bless Your Heart was recorded at the legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studios and produced by Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, John Prine and Elvis Presley).

Karaoke LIVE with Savage Pianos at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Come party, dance, and make your rock (or pop, or country, or rap) star dreams come true at this Karaoke on Steroids event. We give you the stage and lights, the lyrics, and a six piece LIVE BAND with a repertoire of tens of thousands of songs at their disposal – you bring your karaoke A-game! The band will be anchored by an all-star band of Savage Pianos veteran performers, with multi-instrumentalists providing backup on guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, horns, violin, vocals and more! Whether you’re ready to take the spotlight or just want to watch the fun – this will be an unforgettable and wild night!Please note, what level ticket you purchase matters! “A” Tier tickets not only get you closer to the action – they give you singing priority!

John Hiatt at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

A master lyricist and satirical storyteller,John Hiatt delivers songs filled with tales of redemption,relationships and surrendering on his own terms. Hiatt’s finest album is 1987’s Bring the Family; other catalog highlights include the pop and rock of 1983’s Riding with the King, the rough-hewn blues-rock of 2008’s Same Old Man, and 2021’s Leftover Feelings. His lyrics and melodies have graced more than 20 studio albums, have been recorded by Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, B.B. King, Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt and scores of others, and have earned him a place in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, a BMI Troubadour award, and a lifetime achievement in songwriting designation from the Americana Music Association.

Keb ‘Mo’ at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Embark on an electrifying musical journey with Keb’ Mo’ as he bridges the soulful streets of Compton to the heart of Nashville in his enthralling new album, Good To Be. Blending over forty years of musical evolution, Keb’ stitches together the threads of country, soul, and blues to create a sound that defies boundaries. Feel the warmth of his roots and the pulse of resilience with each track, produced by legends like Vince Gill and Tom Hambridge, and featuring special guests including Darius Rucker and Old Crow Medicine Show. With his magnetic voice and relentless optimism, Keb’ Mo’ delivers an album that celebrates life’s tapestry, inspiring joy and reflection. As a five-time GRAMMY winner, Keb’ Mo’s concerts are not just performances, but transformative experiences that connect us to our own stories of home and heart. Witness Keb’ Mo’ live and you’re in for more than just a concert; it’s a soul-stirring homage to the power of music and the spirit of perseverance that promises to leave you with a sense of homecoming and a heart full of joy.

Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Spirit Trail: 25th Anniversary Tour

Bruce Hornsby has built one of the most diverse, collaborative, and adventurous careers in contemporary music. Drawing from a vast wellspring of American musical traditions, the singer/pianist/composer/bandleader has created a large and accomplished body of work and employed a vast array of stylistic approaches. Throughout this period, Hornsby has maintained the integrity, virtuosity and artistic curiosity that have been hallmarks of his work from the start.

Musical Theatre Camp: Robin Hood at WHBPAC

Campers are cast on Monday, and by Friday, they are performance-ready with costumes and sets! And when they’re not rehearsing, campers will be learning all about theatre and singing from WHBPAC’s acclaimed Teaching Artists, enjoying pizza parties and ice cream socials and participating in the ever-popular “Spirit Days!”

About ROBIN HOODThe time is simply long ago and the place is the magical, mythical Sherwood Forest. Our hero, Robin Hood, and his Merry Band of colorful characters seek the help of the Foresters, manage to waylay the Aristocrats and set out to rescue Maid Marion and Marion’s Maid. Prince John tries to stay calm as his Sheriff, guards and horsemen botch Robin’s arrest thanks to the aromatic Skunks. Wacky humor and an original score add to this fresh new look at a legendary outlaw in a legendary time.

Musical Theatre Camp: Jack and the Beanstalk at WHBPAC

Monday through Friday, July 15, 2024 – July 19, 2024, Ages 6-14, 10am – 4pm. Campers are cast on Monday, and by Friday, they are performance-ready with costumes and sets! And when they’re not rehearsing, campers will be learning all about theatre and singing from WHBPAC’s acclaimed Teaching Artists, enjoying pizza parties and ice cream socials and participating in the ever-popular “Spirit Days!”

About JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. What happens when a young boy plants Wonder Beans in his own backyard? For Jack, it is the beginning of a great adventure. With a little help from P.T. Wonder and a Giant, Jack learns a valuable lesson about true happiness. This musical production also features a host of other characters, including the Elegant Harp, Jill, Mother, Milky White, the Farmers, the Merchants, the Circus Performers and the Wonder Beans.

Musical Theatre Camp: Wizard of Oz at WHBPAC

Monday through Friday, July 29, 2024 – August 2, 2024, Ages 6-14, 10am – 4pm. Campers are cast on Monday, and by Friday, they are performance-ready with costumes and sets! And when they’re not rehearsing, campers will be learning all about theatre and singing from WHBPAC’s acclaimed Teaching Artists, enjoying pizza parties and ice cream socials and participating in the ever-popular “Spirit Days!”

About WIZARD OF OZ: The story is as familiar as it is beloved. That nasty tornado carries Dorothy and her canine pal Toto from the friendly confines of her Kansas home to a fabled fantasy of mystery in the land of Oz. Our story begins with the Illusionists who set the scene for the tale you are about to witness. With the help of the Munchkins and Glinda herself, the young Miss Gale and her loyal pooch join forces with the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and, of course, the Cowardly Lion. Off they go down the Yellow Brick Road–side-stepping a Wicked Witch and her ferocious Kalidahs, Flowers that are far nicer-looking than they act, and the loyal Green Guard–on their perilous journey to find the Wizard and ask for his help. For they are sure his Wizness will grant their wishes and send Dorothy and Toto back to their home­–or will he? We’ll never tell. Come see for yourself.

Camp Broadway at WHBPAC

Monday through Friday, July 22, 2024 – July 26, 2024, Ages 10 – 17, 9am – 5pm. Camp Broadway gives enthusiasts of the Great Bright Way the chance to work with real Broadway professionals. Campers will learn choreography, music and acting as they prepare a show-stopping performance for family and friends at the end of the week. Drum Roll Please…..this summer’s session will be based on the 1955 comedy smash, DAMN YANKEES, known for musical theatre and mainstream hits like “Whatever Lola Wants.” Even more exciting, mid-week, campers will travel via motor-coach to NYC for a Broadway show! This summer, campers will be zooming to BACK TO THE FUTURE on Broadway!!

Musicals of the Magic Kingdom at WHBPAC

Musicals of the Magic Kingdom: Monday through Thursday, August 5, 2024 – August 8, 2024, Ages 5 & 6, 9am – 12pm. Campers will work with WHBPAC’s nurturing Teaching Artists to explore the world of musical theatre, using Disney’s biggest hits on Broadway. Our youngest thespians will learn all about singing, acting, and movement, all while building confidence and expressing themselves. The week culminates in a showcase for family and friends on the WHBPAC stage!

Broadway Bound Dance Intensive at WHBPAC

Monday through Thursday, August 5, 2024 – August 8, 2024, Ages 12 – 18, 2pm – 6pm. In this four-day dance intensive, we will help students develop jazz, ballet, tap and hip-hop technique as well as learn choreography to famous Broadway songs. This camp is sure to help students hone dancing skills for those future shows!

Musical Theatre Camp: Pinocchio at WHBPAC

Monday through Friday, August 12, 2024 – August 16, 2024, Ages 6-14, 10am – 4pm. Campers are cast on Monday, and by Friday, they are performance-ready with costumes and sets! And when they’re not rehearsing, campers will be learning all about theatre and singing from WHBPAC’s acclaimed Teaching Artists, enjoying pizza parties and ice cream socials and participating in the ever-popular “Spirit Days!” About PINOCCHIO: Geppetto fashioned the puppet in the image of a small boy. Even as the lonely and kind woodcarver worked far into the night, old Geppetto was not aware that the wood under the chisel had come from the trunk of an enchanted tree. But the Blue Fairy was aware, as she watched from afar and gave to that puppet the gift of life. Thus, begins this musical theatre adaptation of one of the most beloved of all children’s stories–PINOCCHIO.

Join our wooden-head as he dances with Geppetto’s charming toys, travels the road to Pleasure Isle with Candlewick and his Crew, and is swindled by the unsavory Fox and Cat. After escaping the clutches of the evil puppet master, Stromboli, Pinocchio finds himself in trouble once more–this time swallowed by a monstrous whale. Very scary stuff! As Geppetto and the friendly Urchins spin their magical tale, we learn with Pinocchio that there are no shortcuts on the road to becoming a real, live boy.

Kenny G at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Saxophonist and renowned instrumentalist Kenny G is making a much-anticipated return to the WHBPAC stage. Having first captured hearts in the mid-1980s with his smooth jazz melodies, Kenny G has since become an unstoppable force in the music world. He boasts over 12 million U.S. sales of his album Breathless and has a Grammy Award for his hit “Forever in Love”. Beyond these accolades, he set a breathtaking Guinness World Record in 1997 for the longest note ever held on a saxophone, clocking in at an impressive 45 minutes and 47 seconds. As Kenny G prepares for his encore performance at WHBPAC, rest assured, his repertoire will extend far beyond a single note, showcasing the depth and versatility that have made him a global sensation.

Marshall Charloff & The Purple Xperience at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Calling all PRINCE FANS!

Celebrated Minneapolis All-Star Band, Marshall Charloff & The Purple xPeRIeNCE, is the world’s premier tribute to PRINCE. As seen touring globally for over a decade, starring in a Las Vegas residency, headlining Red Rocks Amphitheater, fronting the world’s finest symphonies, and featured on albums with Prince, Marshall has dominated the world stage as the most authentic Prince tribute artist. Performing all of your favorite hits with unmatched musicianship– (played LIVE, not tracked!)

Alan Cumming & Ari Shapiro at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Alan Cumming (Cabaret, The Good Wife) and Ari Shapiro (NPR’s All Things Considered, Pink Martini) both transport audiences to other worlds through their stories. Now, they’re joining forces in SONG. Witness the critically acclaimed evening of tunes and tall tales titled “Och & Oy! A Considered Cabaret”. Musical direction by Henry Koperski.

In a statement, Cumming said, “I’ve got to know Ari over the last few years, both socially and when he interviewed me for a couple of events. The last time was an evening in D.C., and by the end of it I realized our chemistry and the unusual combo of us, as well as the fact that Ari has an amazing voice, would make for a really great cabaret show. And kapow! We’re doing it! What I love most is it’s fresh and ever-changing.”

Shapiro added, “When Alan first suggested that we create a show together, I didn’t quite believe him. Then as we started to dig in to this collaboration, I realized how much our professional lives actually complement each other. We’re both storytellers who try to help audiences better understand themselves and the world around them. This show lets us explore those shared ideals on stage together, through stories and songs.”

Generously Sponsored by Abby Merrill and Sammi Katz

Let’s Sing Taylor at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Let’s Sing Taylor stands as the ultimate tribute to Taylor Swift’s music. Experience incredible renditions, mirroring the faithfulness and vibrancy of Queen Taylor’s extensive and revered catalog. Sweeping the nation, this show offers Swifties everywhere the chance to celebrate Taylor’s music together in a live setting.

So, let the games begin. Calling all Swifties to sing your hearts out and sport your Taylor-inspired attire. You can show up at the party any time.

Generously Sponsored by The Scotto Family

Super Diamond at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Super Diamond, featuring Surreal Neil, is an uncanny tribute to beloved, master singer/songwriter/performer, American pop icon Neil Diamond. They have appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman, CNN, VH1, Comedy Central and has been featured in publications like Rolling Stone Magazine, Spin and The New York Times.

Generously Sponsored by Gisele & Joe Schueller

Live and Let Die: The Music of Paul McCartney at The Suffolk

The World’s Best McCartney Tribute Performance

When Beatles producer, Sir George Martin, tells you that “You sound like Paul McCartney” and Paul McCartney himself comments that “You are a great musician”…….what more is there to say!

The critically-acclaimed show Live and Let Die featuring Tony Kishman, veteran of the Broadway smash hit musical Beatlemania, is a dynamic full multimedia concert production that has set high performance standards as it celebrates the music of Paul McCartney.

Hailed by the media as “The Quintessential Paul McCartney” – Tony has performed to audiences worldwide and is regarded by “Beatlemaniacs” as the world’s best McCartney look-alike/sound-alike and with an amazing line-up of world class musicians; the show continues to gather glowing reviews and sell out major venues across the US.

With state-of-the-art sound, lighting, and a note-perfect, visually accurate recreation, you’ll hear hit songs from the Beatles catalog and Paul McCartney’s solo works including: ‘Hey Jude’, ‘Jet’, ‘Penny Lane’, ‘Live And Let Die’, ‘Yesterday’, ‘Eleanor Rigby’, ‘My Love’, ‘Let It Be’, ‘Maybe I’m Amazed’, ‘Got to Get You Into My Life’, ‘Silly Love Songs’ and many more…

Tony Kishman never fails to have enthusiastic sell-out crowds on their feet receiving countless standing ovations from the first song to the last.

Tickets $69-$79
Doors 7pm
Showtime 8pm

Fooz Fighters at The Suffolk

The award-winning Fooz Fighters has blazed a trail to become the most sought-after Foo Fighters tribute band in the country, playing to packed crowds at concert halls, festivals and casinos across the U.S. and abroad. Winner of Jimmy Fallon’s TV series “Clash Of The Cover Bands” (Episode 5) and Season 1 Finalist of the E! Entertainment premiere featuring judges Adam Lambert, Meghan Trainor, and Ester Dean. This led to appearances on The Ellen! Show, a pilot interview with MTV and widespread national media coverage.

Nominated for “Tribute Artist of the Year” at the 2020 Musivv Digital Music Awards, Fooz Fighters consistently deliver the high energy rock concert experience that have made Foo Fighters one of the most iconic rock bands in history and 2021 inductees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

This group of world class musicians were brought together by a passion to deliver the most authentic live Foo Fighters concert experience possible. It’s no wonder they’ve shared the stage with many notable artists including Billy Ray Cyrus, Collective Soul and Scott Stapp of Creed.

Tickets $25-$45
Doors 7pm
Showtime 8pm

Streetfighter at The Lodge

Streetfighter makes its debut at The Lodge Saturday, April 6th! Brace yourselves for an unforgettable night of the Rolling Stones as Streetfighter brings the timeless hits of Mick, Keith and the gang to life in all their glory. 

Tickets available at https://form.jotform.com/mainstreetagencyevents/streetfighter

$10 General Admission
$20 Standard Table Reservation
$35 VIP Table Reservation (includes complimentary drink)

Kitchen will be open!



The Robert Cray Band at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Robert Cray, a prominent figure in blues, soul, and R&B for over four decades, boasts five Grammy wins, induction into the Blues Hall of Fame, and an Americana Lifetime Achievement award. Growing up in the Northwest, he drew inspiration from diverse influences such as the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi, Bobby Bland, Jimi Hendrix, and the Beatles. Cray’s teenage band was particularly drawn to Southern Soul and blues, with Albert Collins shaping their early direction.

In 1974, the Robert Cray Band formed in Eugene, Oregon, igniting a musical journey. Their debut release in 1980, “Who’s Been Talkin’,” gained attention across the Northwest and California, leading to packed venues. Influential musicians like John Lee Hooker appreciated the band’s talent, solidifying their presence in the blues scene.

The turning point came with the 1986 album “Strong Persuader,” featuring hits like “Smoking Gun.” The Cray Band’s fusion of blues and soul gained widespread recognition, earning them a place on rock radio stations. Their subsequent albums, “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” and “Midnight Stroll,” further increased their popularity.

Cray’s collaboration with Eric Clapton on “Old Love” and involvement in Keith Richards’ Chuck Berry film highlighted his growing influence. Despite their blues roots, the Cray Band embraced diverse influences, attracting a broad audience. Cray’s fame soared in the ’90s, marked by collaborations with Clapton, the Stones, and Bonnie Raitt.

Throughout the ’90s, the Cray Band recorded six albums, showcasing their versatility. Albums like “Shame + A Sin,” “Some Rainy Morning,” and “Sweet Potato Pie” demonstrated a soulful evolution. Collaborating with producer Steve Jordan and Memphis soul icon Willie Mitchell, Cray delved deeper into soul sounds with albums like “Take Off Your Shoes.”

In the 2000s, the Cray Band continued to thrive, recording seven albums, including Grammy-nominated works like “Twenty” and “This Time.” Recent releases like “Nothing But Love” and “In My Soul” returned them to the Billboard Charts. Cray’s latest project, “Robert Cray with Hi Rhythm,” produced by Jordan, features recordings at Royal Studios in Memphis with the renowned Hi Rhythm section.

Michael Feinstein in Because of You at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Michael Feinstein brings to life Big Band Celebrations and the Tony Bennett legacy. Supported by the Carnegie Hall Jazz Ensemble, Feinstein pays a heartfelt tribute to the legendary Tony Bennett, bringing his iconic songs to life in a symphony of sound.

The performance will feature hits such as “Because of You”, “Rags to Riches”, “I Left My Heart in San Francisco”, “The Best is Yet To Come”, “I Get a Kick Out of You”, “Stranger in Paradise” and many more. Feinstein’s dynamic interpretations, coupled with the grandeur of the big band, will create an unforgettable night that honors the legacy of Tony Bennett in all its glory.

Michael Feinstein’s close friendship with Tony Bennett adds a profound layer to this tribute, as their camaraderie brings authenticity and depth to each note performed. Not only does Feinstein’s masterful interpretation of Bennett’s timeless repertoire pay homage to an era of classic songwriting, but it also preserves the rich cultural heritage that these songs represent.

The show also brings to bear the history of Carnegie Hall, which has been connected to the American big band for decades. Icons from across the 20th and 21st Century have graced the stage of Carnegie Hall, from Benny Goodman to Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong to Ella Fitzgerald and from Frank Sinatra to, of course, Tony Bennett. A multi-media element of the show will help to bring this history to life onstage.

“Tony Bennett is one of the most enduring icons of the 20th century. He has created a body of work surpassed by none.” – Michael Feinstein

(This show is not affiliated with the Tony Bennett Estate)

Bruce in the USA at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Bruce In The USA is much more than just another tribute – this high-energy musical experience is a note-perfect and visually accurate recreation of a Bruce Springsteen & The E St. Band show.

Matt Ryan, from the World Famous “Legends In Concert” cast, began playing the Springsteen character in 2000, in Legends “full scale” Las Vegas show. The great success in the famous Las Vegas show brought him to performances across the world, eventually evolving his character into the Bruce In The USA show.

The Bruce In The USA Band consists of seasoned world class professional musicians. The show has hosted musicians from such acts/bands as Queen/Paul Rogers, Meatloaf, Blue Oyster Cult, Hall and Oats, Joe Cocker, The Ojays, Aretha Franklin, David Cassidy, The Temptations, Slash… and so many more. This high end, powerhouse, band has taken this genre of performance art to a whole new level, making it the World’s #1 Tribute to the E Street Band’s musical legacy.

To millions of diehard fans around the world, it’s Springsteen’s marathon, party-like performances that have elevated him to hero status. Bruce’s legendary concerts (in the largest arenas) sell-out within hours of their announced sale. For those even lucky enough to get a ticket, there was nothing that could fill the aching void in between Bruce’s long-awaited tours…until now….

The Bruce In The USA show was born on the Las Vegas Strip in the winter of 2004, with its debut at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, in the majestic “V Theatre”. The show assaulted the senses in a fun-filled and exciting party atmosphere on the Vegas Strip, while suspending disbelief for even the toughest skeptics. They’ve been met with critical acclaim, from the Stone Pony, large theaters, and Performance Art Centers across the country, as well as corporate events spanning across the globe for over a decade. Sell out crowds are on their feet from the first song to the last.

Savage Pianos at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Savage Pianos is back at the WHBPAC! The foremost dueling piano show in the Northeast, they are known for their craftsmanship, deep repertoires, and unique personalities. Fronted by Steve Savage, a classically trained pianist from the Berklee College of Music, Savage Pianos is the ultimate hybrid of all modern forms of entertainment: Two performers on two facing pianos taking turns playing audience requests and curated playlists. What sets Savage Pianos apart from the rest is their unique ability to engage the audience with comedy, witty banter and excellent musicianship.

Whether you sit on stage with the guys (complete with tableside drink service), or prefer to be out in the audience – they’ll be putting their unparalleled spin on your requests all night long. This will be an engaging, interactive experience you won’t want to miss!

Generously Sponsored by Chris & Hannah Berry

The Ultimate Queen Experience at The Suffolk

Put down the microphone stands and fake mustaches – this ain’t your average Queen show! This one-of-a-kind tribute to the music of Queen is something you have to see to believe. This electrifying show features Yvan Pendault (We Will Rock YouQueen Extravaganza, Finalist on Canada’s “The Voice”) backed by some of the finest musicians on the scene who have performed with the likes of Trans-Siberian OrchestraRock of AgesCher, and more.

There is no Queen act touring today with a voice that effortlessly achieves the vocal range or channels the raw power and emotional depth of Freddie Mercury like Yvan.

Founding members of Queen Brian May and Roger Taylor welcomed Yvan Pendault into their world in 2016 when they discovered him on Canada’s “The Voice.” He was then offered the leading role in the Toronto production of We Will Rock You and was cast in the first North American tour of Queen Extravaganza.

Yvan captures the essence of Queen’s timeless classics in a truly remarkable way. His dynamic vocal range and charismatic stage presence pays a fitting tribute to the legendary band, drawing audiences into a world where the spirit of Queen lives on. Whether belting out anthems like “Bohemian Rhapsody” with intense fervor or infusing ballads like “Somebody to Love” with heart-wrenching emotion, Pendault’s performances resonate as a stunning homage to one of the greatest rock bands in history.

For more information call our box office: (631) 727-4343 or email us with any questions: boxoffice@suffolktheater.com