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Fall Festival

Enjoy the fall season outdoors on the North Fork with live music, oversized fire pit & koi pond. Our full-service bar featuring local craft beers, wines, spirits, and hot spiked cider. Fall favorites available at our food counter, featuring fire roasted corn, bratwurst & sauerkraut, potato pancakes, and NoFo Pot Pies to name a few.

Family friendly food & goodies like; chicken fingers, burgers, hot dogs, house made pumpkin bread, ice cream bars & apple cider donuts are just a sample of what’s available.

Keep the kids busy with our fun zone, featuring a huge hay playground, corn-hole, and more! (nominal fee may be applied for certain activites)

Free Admission!

For the safety of our patrons, pets are not allowed.

Harbes Annual Pumpkin Harvest

Come celebrate the grand seasonal opening of the Barnyard Pumpkin Patch during , a two-day weekend salute to Fall!

We have two fabulous pumpkin patches! Our beautiful 7-acre “u-pick” Barnyard Pumpkin Patch offers many varieties of on-the-vine pumpkins and gourds to choose from. The Barnyard Pumpkin Patch is adjacent to Harbes Barnyard Adventure and features its own parking area (please GPS 25 Sound Avenue, Mattituck). The parking area allows easy access to the Barnyard Adventure by way of our Barnyard west entrance. Our South U-Pick Pumpkin Patch, located across from our farmstand on the south side of Sound Avenue, offers 8-acres of on-the-vine pumpkin picking, delicious Fall concession foods, a Wizard of Oz themed corn maze, a hayride, Harbes Vineyard wines, and live music.

While you’re here you can visit Harbes Barnyard Adventure for hours of family fun! Harbes Barnyard Adventure is an 8-acre, family-friendly experience for all ages. The standard Barnyard admission includes our famous pig races or you can upgrade to our combo deal and also enjoy a Musical Hayride tour of our 100-acre farm! There are farm animals, our very popular “Jumbo Jumpers” bounce pillows, a Sports Zone with baseball, football, and basketball tossing games, “Lil’ Farmers PlayLand” filled with lots of fun activities for preschoolers, a trike track, obstacle course, hedge maze, our musical animatronic chicken show, and much more. We’ll also be debuting some exciting new attractions for 2022!

There’ll be FREE LIVE MUSIC from 1-5pm in our courtyard/picnic area at the main area of the farm AND at our South U-Pick Pumpkin Patch both days! Saturday, popular Long Island singer/songwriter Bryan Gallo takes the stage in our courtyard/picnic area. Whenever Bryan sets up his guitar and harmonica he’s sure to entertain! Sunday, acoustic singer/songwriter Robin Sidor will be our musical guest. Robin performs a wide range of covers including classic rock, folk, alternative, and pop. Musical performers for the South U-Pick Pumpkin Patch to be announced.

Harbes Wine Barn, located behind the main farmstand, is a wine lover’s dream! In our 100-year-old renovated potato barn, we offer tastings of our award-winning wines and wine by the glass or bottle. There’s a rustic ambiance inside or you can enjoy your wine outside under an umbrella on our patio. Guests can also enjoy their wine in the courtyard while being entertained by our live musical performer.

There’s always lots to do and see at Harbes Family Farm, so come and celebrate pumpkin season at our Pumpkin Harvest!

Harbes Family Farm, 715 Sound Avenue, Mattituck NY 11952.

NOTE: Barnyard Adventure requires admission. South U-Pick corn maze and hayride require admission. Access to pumpkin patches is free. Pumpkins and gourds are charged by the pound.

Harbes Sunflower Festival

Two fun-filled days of fall fun and SUNFLOWERS! We’ll be introducing our ALL NEW Sunflower Maze! Get lost in a breathtaking labyrinth of golden-yellow as you wander through the maze. Don’t forget to grab those selfies on the bridge overlooking a sea of sunflowers as you exit the maze!

Come make it the perfect Fall day! Our Jamesport Honeycrisp Apple Orchard has loads of delicious apples to pick. Our innovative trellis system allows us to grow apples that are even within reach of the smallest of hands! Don’t worry about having to walk far because our Apple Express will chauffeur you to the ripest rows of apples. While you’re here you can’t miss our Robin Hood Trivia Challenge Corn Maze! Our maze has a fun & challenging touchless trivia game. As an extra bonus game, you can help Robin Hood on a very special interactive video mission.

There’ll be FREE LIVE MUSIC in our courtyard both days from 1-5 pm. Saturday, the talented Nick Balzano is scheduled to perform. Sunday, acoustic singer/songwriter Robin Sidor will be our musical guest. Robin performs a wide range of covers including classic rock, folk, alternative, and pop. 

To round out the day there will be pumpkin picking in our 9-acre on-the-vine “u-pick” pumpkin patch, hayrides, great foods to enjoy, Harbes Vineyard’s award-winning wines to sip, vendors, and additional children’s activities.

NOTE: Sunflower Maze, Robin Hood Corn Maze, Apple Picking & Hayride require admission.

Harbes Orchard’s Annual Apple Harvest

Two fun-filled days of apple activities for the whole family!

Of course, there will be plenty of apple picking! Our 15-acre apple orchard has apples that are even within reach of the smallest of hands! Don’t worry about having to walk far because our Apple Express will chauffeur you to the ripest rows of apples.

While you’re here you can’t miss our Robin Hood Trivia Challenge Corn Maze! Our maze has larger pathways to allow for distancing and a fun touchless trivia game. As an extra bonus game, you can help Robin Hood on a very special interactive video mission.

We’ll have LIVE MUSIC to enjoy in our picnic area from 12pm-5pm. Popular singer-guitarist Matt Taylor will be performing BOTH days. Don’t miss this versatile musical performer.

To round out the day there will be pumpkin picking in our 4-acre on-the-vine “u-pick” pumpkin patch, great foods to enjoy, Harbes Vineyard’s award-winning wines to sip, pony rides, vendors, and additional children’s activities.

NOTE: Access to the farm requires general admission. Sorry, no outside food or pets are permitted.

Montauk Chamber of Commerce 41st Annual Fall Festival

Join us for the 41st Annual Montauk Fall Festival brought to you by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce and  Visitors Center! Saturday we will host the Annual Chowder Contest at 11am. Live bands will provide entertainment with music in the Gazebo. We’ll also have Pumpkin painting, kid crafts, bouncy rides, street painting and delicious treats along with the Chance Auction, Silent Auction and fabulous food tent. Farmers Market Vendors will line the street both days.

Shelter Island Friends of Music presents The Gossamer Trio

Please join us for a special commemorative concert honoring our nearly half-century on Shelter Island. Our very special guests will be the Gossamer Trio, featuring harpist Nancy Allen, her daughter, Claire Marie Solomon on cello  and Carol Wincenc on flute.

Nancy Allen was SIFM’s first performer, back in 1976, when her father helped to create the Friends of Music. She was a promising young harpist then, and her career has skyrocketed. She is now principal harpist of the New York Philharmonic. 

The concert will also celebrate the memory of Forrest Compton and Dorothy Seiberling, who devoted so much of their long lives and artistic energies to our beloved, homegrown organization.   Special thanks to Seven, boutique b&b, and our generous supporter, Beth Swanstrom, for housing the Gossamer Trio on Labor Day weekend.

Free admission; donations appreciated. Wine and cookies reception to follow the concert.

Music for Montauk presents “Sounds by the Sea for ​Chamber Orchestra”

An ensemble of string and brass players including first violinist Joanna Maurer and principal trombone Demian Austin from the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, along with cellist Caleb van der Swaagh and others performing brilliant and vivid orchestral & chamber works by composers such as Bernstein, Poulenc, and more.

BYO & picnic, family friendly 
$20 admission – buy online or at the concert
​(18 and under free admission)
Bring chairs or blankets for seating

CALISSA SOUNDS 2022

Calissa and BCL Entertainment present Calissa Sounds: eight intimate evenings of dining and revelry featuring world class musical performances to benefit Headstrong, a non-profit providing mental health care to veterans and first responders, and Southampton Volunteer Ambulance Corps

SI Chamber of Commerce: Trucks & Trades Fair

COME EXPLORE BIG TRUCKS & CONSTRUCTION VEHICLES
DJ Music, Lawn Games, Photo Booth, Vendor Booths, & More!
(Rain-date Sunday, September 25, 2022)
To exhibit your truck or sponsor the event visit: www.shelterislandchamber.org/trucks-trades-fair

Montauk Lighthouse Benefit Concert

A glorious outdoor concert featuring the Wallflowers with opening act Jessica Lynn In the lighthouse’s amazing natural amphitheatre!

Bring beach chairs and blankets, and rock out as you enjoy the sunset and moonrise over the Block Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean.  Food trucks, beer, wine, and soda available.

Bring your friends — this promises to be a night to remember!  Proceeds will help the Montauk Historical Society to fund programming and maintain our beautiful lighthouse.

For tickets please visit montaukmusicfestival.com.

Greenport Skate Park Festival 2022

A showcase of over 100 merchandise & food vendors, live music, demonstrations, graffiti/mural contest & more. All money raised to benefit the Greenport Skatepark Revitalization Project

Good Ground on Stage – NOIZ

Pop, Dance & Hip Hop hits with style, verve & energy! Sponsored by Hampton Bays Beautification Association. An ice cream and food truck will be available

1960’s Dance Party

The Shelter Island Historical Society was originally formed in 1922 but through the years, it was rather inactive. In 1966 Island resident Andrew Fiske of Sylvester Manor revitalized the Society and, in celebration, we are hosting a 1960’s dance party as the Society’s primary 2022 fundraiser. Proceeds will support our educational exhibits and events.

Please come in 1960’s attire to dance the night away! Music will be provided by East End Entertainment. Send your song requests to info@shelterislandhistorical.org.

Island Photographer Eleanor Labrozzi will provide a “photo booth” and a complimentary photo will be mailed to each attendee.

The Roaming Islander food truck will serve delicious period food, Top Hops Beer Shop will provide their Half Pint Vintage Tap Truck, and Peconic Bay Vineyards will provide local wine.

MUSIC | JACQUES SCHWARZ-BAR: JEWISH CHANTS AND AFRO-CARIBBEAN JAZZ QUINTET

Co-Presented with Hamptons Jazz Fest

Summer concerts on the Terrace continue with a live jazz performance by Jacques Schwarz-Bart: Jewish Chants and Afro-Caribbean Jazz Quintet, co-presented with Hamptons Jazz Fest. As part of the second annual Hamptons Jazz Fest, Schwarz-Bart brings exciting lyrical jazz styles to the Parrish. 

Advance ticket purchase with pre-event registration is recommended. Limited tickets will be available at the door. All sales are final, non-transferable, and non-refundable.

Between You & Me

Enjoy a summer night on the North Fork with the family at Jamesport Farm Brewery and support local performers.

“Between You & Me” is performed by some of the current Riverhead High School Blue Masques theater group, Blue Masques Alumni and Friends. A night of musical theater, dancing, singing and local musicians that explores the connections between us – the connections we make, we break and we live with.

Live music with Jay Shepard

Craft beverages and food options available for purchase. Doors open at 5:30p.

Tickets available in advance on Eventbrite – $18. $23 at door.

Rock the Harvest with BonJourney

Celebrate our harvest season at Pindar. Rock the Harvest returns with the band, Bon Journey!

The band will play from 1:30-5:30 pm. Admission is free for all concerts. Guests are welcome to bring their own chairs and blankets to enjoy the music as seating is limited. Please no coolers.

Country Day with Southbound

Join us for Country Day at Pindar, featuring live music by Southbound! Get your boots on and get ready for a festival of wine and fun.  Music starts at 1:30pm.

Admission is free for all concerts. Guests are welcome to bring their own chairs and blankets to enjoy the music as seating is limited. Please no coolers.

Summer Festival with Strawberry Fields

For the first time ever, we are hosting a concert with Beatles Tribute Band, Strawberry Fields! Learn more about this renowned band by clicking here.

Admission is free for all concerts. Guests are welcome to bring their own chairs and blankets to enjoy the music as seating is limited. We look forward to celebrating with you!

Forever Ray

Forever Ray has been performing to sell-out audiences throughout the New York Metropolitan area. They perform the exciting and uplifting music of Ray Charles, which includes a wonderful blend of musical styles ranging from Jazz and Blues to Country and R&B. Members of Forever Ray have performed or recorded with Ray Charles, Alicia Keys, Bruce Springsteen, Rod Stewart, Prince, Stevie Wonder and Christina Aguilera to name a few.

U2 Decades!

Join us for this special concert of all your favorite U2 songs!

U2 DECADES will take you on a thrilling trip through the history of U2’s music spanning over 35 years! Accompanied by multimedia video elements that harken back to some of the bands most iconic live performances, you’ll be immersed in a true concert experience!

Michael Schmidt as Bono provides even die-hard U2 fans with honest, authentic performances from the early days of “Boy” all the way through U2’s “Songs of Innocence.”

Show starts at 8 PM. Doors open at 7 PM.

Make a night of it!  Please join us at 7 PM for complimentary beverages and hors d’oeuvres in the Art Gallery to view (and buy) a selection of amazing work from NY-area artists… and stay after the show to meet the Band!

PCB Beer & Music Fest

Featuring Live Music From
Oogee Wawa, The 90’s Band, South Bound,
Decadia, The Fast Lane, Jill Gioia

General Admission – $40

$50 Includes PCB Beer Tasting From Noon ‘Til 2

Grangebel Park will be lit during this inaugural music festival for REFLEXTIONS RIVERHEAD.

Greenport’s Dances in the Park – Summer Concerts

Join us in Mitchell Park for the 2022 Dances in the Park Kick-Off  Show with The Remedy  on Monday, July 4th at 7:30pm.

Dances in the Park is scheduled every Monday night (weather permitting) July 4th through August 29th. Concerts begin at 7:30pm and are free to the public (courtesy of Friends of Mitchell Park & the Village of Greenport). Blanket and chairs recommended.

The Full Schedule:

July 4 — The Remedy

July 11 — Gene Casey and The Lone Sharks

July 18 — The No Request Band

July 25 — The Vendettas

August 1 — Milagro

August 8 — The Pump

August 15 — Southbound

August 22 — The Cravin Band

August 29 — Winston Irie

Rustic Mid-Summer Concert

Featuring String Quartet and ClarinetMingzhe Wang, clarinet
Yezu Woo, violin
Sami Merdinian, violin
Matthew Cohen, viola
Mihai Marica, cello

Description

Centered around American composer Perry Goldstein’s multifaceted Quintet for Clarinet and String Quartet (2006), this program traverses the music from Eastern Europe to the US and its spiritual and folkloric origins. Stravinsky’s Three Pieces for Solo Clarinet (1918) is a kaleidoscopic masterpiece inspired by jazz and ragtime, Bartok’s Duos for Two Violins (1931) are based on his fieldwork of collecting tunes from Hungary and its neighboring countries, and Florence Price, a pioneer African American composer, features folksongs and spirituals in her “Five Folksongs in Counterpoint” (1951).

Ticket price:
Front row table (Min 4 seats)

: $ 125/per person
(Includes 2 glasses of wine and a cheese/salami board/per person) 
General audience: $ 85/per person 

(Includes 1 glass of wine) 
Members of Rites of Spring: $ 60/per person 

(Includes 1 glass of wine)
Children Under 16 FREE

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Attendance to this in-person performance will be limited and restrictions in place per NYS
COVID-19 guidelines required at the time of the event.

Music Program
Igor Stravinsky – Three Pieces for Clarinet Solo
Bela Bartók – selections from Duos for Two Violins
Florence Price – Five Folksongs for string quartetI. Calvary. Adagio vigoroso
II. Clementine. Tempo moderato
III. Drink to me only with Thine eyes. Andante cantabile
IV. Shortnin’ Bread. Allegro
V. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. Andantino

Perry Goldstein – Quintet for Clarinet 

and String Quartet 
I. Movement
II. Movement
III. Movement

Across American Roots

Featuring The 17-member Jazz Loft Big Band led by Tom Manuel,
Rites of Spring Wind Quintet &
Shinnecock Indian Nation musicians

In collaboration with
Sylvester Manor and The Jazz Loft 

Introduction
It’s a time to celebrate the rich histories, diverse cultures, and important contributions of America. As members of multiple communities on Long Island, we want to stay connected to our heritages. It is important to reflect on the American history and culture. The United States is home to a diverse population that celebrates its cultural richness and variety through local festivals, community events, and other grassroots activities.  Across American Roots supports all cultures by providing an iconic venue Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island where diverse perspectives, cultures and values are accepted, appreciated, and celebrated. This event wants to celebrate all American Cultures and Traditions and spread awareness about its richness and history.
This music event features a wide array of music styles: African American music, European music influenced by American culture and Indian American music traditions.

Ticket price:
General audience: $ 65
Children Under 16 FREE

​Attendance to this in-person performance will be limited and restrictions in place per NYS COVID-19 guidelines required at the time of the event.

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Music Program
Arrive to Sylvester Manor at 4:00 to walk and visit the garden and the grounds.

5:00pm 5:30pm        
Shinnecock Indian Nation performance

6:00pm – 6:45pm   
  Rites of Spring Wind Quintet 
presents
              William Grant Still     Miniatures for woodwind quintet
    1948    
I.  Ride an Old Paint
II. A Frog Went A-Courtin’
III. Jesus is a Rock in a Weary Land
IV. Yaravi V. Adolorido         
Miniatures is a musical composition in five movements composed in 1948 by American composer William Grant Still.  Still broke many barriers during his career, including being the first African American composer to write orchestral works and have them performed by major symphony orchestras, as well as being the first conductor of color to lead a major American symphony. His musical style incorporates a variety of African American styles, from spirituals to blues and jazz, in addition to European, Latin American, and other folk music genres. The five contrasting movements display a variety of Afro, Anglo, Latino and Native American musical styles.

Antonin Dvorak        String Quartet No.12 in F major. Op.96 American
          arranged for wind quintet by David Walter 
I. Allegro ma non troppo
II. Lento
III.  Molto vivace
IV. Finale: vivace ma non troppo  

The original String Quartet in F major, Op. 96, nicknamed the American Quartet, is the 12th string quartet composed by Antonín Dvořák. It was written in 1893, during Dvořák’s time in the United States. The quartet is one of the most popular in the chamber music repertoire.  the title “American quartet” for opus 96 did not come from the composer himself. Also repeatedly claimed for this work are the influences of native Americans and Afro-Americans but answering the question of what then is tangibly “American” in the “American quartet” is by no means simple. 

7:00pm – 8:30pm 
Jazz Loft Big Band led by trumpeter Tom Manuel 
presents
Black, Brown & Beige by Duke Ellington

Jazz Band Suite
I. Work Song 
II. Come Sunday 
III. Light
IV. West Indian Dance
V. Emancipation Celebration 
                                     VI. Blues Theme Mauve 
VII. Various Themes 
VIII. Sugar Hill Penthouse 
IX.  Finale Ellington introduced the piece at Carnegie Hall on January 23, 1943 as “a parallel to the history of the Negro in America. 
At the December 11, 1943 concert at Carnegie Hall, Ellington said, “We thought we wouldn’t play it (Black, Brown and Beige) in its entirety tonight because it represents an awfully long and important story and that I don’t think too many people are familiar with the story. This is the one we dedicate to the 700 Negroes who came from Haiti to save Savannah during the Revolutionary War”.This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Huntington Arts Council.

All Frederic Chopin Solo Recital

 
Vassily Primakov,
piano

Ticket price:
General audience: $50
Friends of Rites of Spring and Jamesport Meeting House Members $25
Children Under 16 FREE

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Music Program

Frederic Chopin 
Barcarolle in F# Major, Op 60

2 Nocturne Op. 15 F Major and F# Major
Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante, Op 22 
Ballade No 1 G minor, Op. 23
Scherzo No 3 C# minor Op 39
Fantasy in F minor, Op.49
Ballade No.4 Op.52 
Polonaise in A flat Major, Op 53

Between the Wind and the Shrubs

Gil Goldstein, accordion
Tom Manuel, trumpet
Paolo Bartolani, piano

“Open the ears and body to the music. Tune in to the subtle frequencies of sounds. Let the imagination fly freely outside with the melodies from the composers of the American roots and the improvised sounds of the performers.”

Ticket price:
General audience: $50
Friends of Rites of Spring Members $40
Children Under 16 FREE

Description
A music program with an unusual combination of music instruments.
Gil Goldstein, composer / arranger / accordionist, Tom Manuel, trumpetist, composer, director of the Jazz Loft and Paolo Bartolani, pianist, cultural manager, artistic director of Rites of Spring Music Festival will perform a program that combines traditional American songs and transcriptions / adaptations of classical musical pieces to celebrate the American music traditions. 

Live Music by Dorian Consort at Suhru Wines

Enjoy live classical music by Dorian Consort, as part of the Suhru Summer Happy Hour series, Thursday nights in July & August!

Dorian Consort, an oboe, cello and viola trio will be preforming at the Suhru Wines Tasting House from 4-7pm on Thursday, August 25th. Enjoy Happy Hour glass and cheese plate specials along with the full Suhru Wines menu!

Seating is limited. Reservations Recommended

Live Music by Robin Sidor at Suhru Wines

Enjoy live music by North Fork native Robin Sidor as part of the Suhru Summer Happy Hour series, Thursday nights in July & August!

Robin Sidor will be preforming at the Suhru Wines Tasting House from 4-7pm on Thursday, August 18th. Enjoy Happy Hour glass and cheese plate specials along with the full Suhru Wines menu!

Seating is limited. Reservations Recommended 

Live Music by Rob Europe at Suhru Wines

Enjoy live music by Rob Europe as part of the Suhru Summer Happy Hour series, Thursday nights in July & August!

Rob Europe will be preforming at the Suhru Wines Tasting House in Cutchogue from 4-7pm on Thursday, August 11th. Enjoy Happy Hour glass and cheese plate specials along with the full Suhru Wines menu! Seating is limited.  Reservations Recommended 

About the Artist: Rob Europe

Rob Europe is the singer and guitarist for the “Foster Europe Band” a north fork rock and blues band. He also performs as a solo artist and has opened for blues legends such as John Hammond and Guy Davis.

Live Music by Julia King at Suhru Wines

Enjoy live music by East End native Julia King as part of the Suhru Summer Happy Hour series, Thursday nights in July & August!

Julia King will be preforming at the Suhru Wines Tasting House from 4-7pm on Thursday, August 4th. Enjoy Happy Hour glass and cheese plate specials along with the full Suhru Wines menu! Seating is limited. Reservations Recommended 

About the Artist: Julia King

A natural born rebel, with a voice like honey on gravel, singer-songwriter Julia King has never really fit a mold and doesn’t plan to. King’s passion for music has deep roots. Growing up on a farm on the East End of Long Island, she was raised on 50’s classics, Motown, and Classic Rock music. Celebrated for music that is undeniably relatable, King has turned everyday therapy into sonic art. King has recorded numerous singles and performed hundreds of gigs including Long Island’s famed Stephen Talkhouse, and NYC’s Bitter End & Rockwood Music Hall. She has written songs for artist Kara Grainger (Favorite Sin) that appear on Grainger’s 2018 album Living With Your Ghost, which reached #3 on the Billboard Blues Album Charts.

Live Music by Rob Europe at Suhru Wines

Enjoy live music by Rob Europe as part of our Suhru Summer Happy Hour series, Thursday nights in July & August!

Rob Europe will be preforming at the Suhru Tasting House in Cutchogue from 4-7pm on Thursday, July 7th. Enjoy Happy Hour glass and cheese plate specials along with the full Suhru Wines menu! Seating is limited. Reservations Recommended 

About the Artist: Rob Europe

Rob Europe is the singer and guitarist for the “Foster Europe Band” a north fork rock and blues band. He also performs as a solo artist and has opened for blues legends such as John Hammond and Guy Davis.

Live Music by Robin Sidor at Suhru Wines

Enjoy live music by North Fork native Robin Sidor as part of the Suhru Summer Happy Hour series—Thursday nights in July & August!

Robin Sidor will be preforming at the Suhru Wines Tasting House in Cutchogue from 4-7pm on Thursday, July 21st. Enjoy Happy Hour glass and cheese plate specials along with the full Suhru Wines menu!

Seating is limited. Reservations Recommended 

Live Music by Donald Gardside at Suhru Wines

Enjoy live music by Donald Gardside, as part of our Summer Happy Hour series, Thursday nights in July & August!

Donald Gardside will be preforming from 4-7pm on Thursday, July 14th. Enjoy Happy Hour glass and cheese plate specials along with the full Suhru Wines menu! Seating is limited. Reservations Recommended 

About the Artist

Donald Gardside moved back to the North Fork in 2014 and since then has preformed all up and down the East End at cafe’s, bars art shows and farmers markets. He plays a mix of songs dating from the 1920’ to present day, folksy bluesy and originals. Prior to his return to the North Fork in 2014, he preformed and lived in NYC, San Francisco and Vermont.

Oktoberfest & Reflextions Riverhead

Don your dirndl and lace up your lederhosen for Oktoberfest during Reflextions Riverhead October 1st!  Live entertainment from The Bratwurst Boys, Beer Stein Holding Contest, Costume Contest, German inspired food from Seaside Grill and beer from our local craft breweries: North Fork Brewing Co., Peconic County Brewing, Tradewinds Brewing and Long Ireland Beer Co.  This is a family friendly event that is free to attend.

From 8-9 PM the park will stay lit for our regular Reflextions Event.  Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the park for plenty of Instagrammable moments.

Details will be posted on the event’s website at reflextionsriverhead.com

Rain date – Oct 2nd

Reflextions is hosted by the Riverhead Business Improvement District and made possible with public funding from Suffolk County and grants from I LOVE NY, Discover Long Island and East End Tourism Alliance.

For more information about the event, visit:

Eventbrite

reflextionsriverhead.com

facebook.com/ReflextionsRiverhead

Instagram @reflextionsriverhead

Meet & Greet and … Music

Join us at Castello di Borghese Vineyard for an exciting presentation of the seventh edition of Rites of Spring Music Festival on the North Fork and East End of Long Island. Paolo Bartolani, founder & artistic director of the festival will talk with Giovanni Borghese, owner of Borghese Vineyard and Treasurer of  RoSMF to present the 2022 concert series.

​Will follow an exceptional music performance with the violinist Clara Kim presenting music by Andrew Norman, J.S. Bach and American Songs.
A celebration of music, with food and wine – the perfect setting for socializing, networking and for listening to classical music.

Make your free Reservation soon.
Seats are limited to 85 people!
You will receive a glass of wine, a light reception and… music!

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 Rites of Spring Ensemble (R o S 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 new music by Rohwer, Psathas, Reich, Roche, Goliov, Villa-Lobos and Richter for a very exciting evening of music and stargazing! R o S Ensemble 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.

The Sounds of Nature

Most of the French composer’s music evokes the natural world in some form, and his critical writings and personal correspondence argue passionately for a symbiosis between music and nature.  Debussy’s music was often inspired by nature. He was able to hear music progressions in the swell of the ocean, or the natural movement of clouds in the sky.

This program presents the masterpiece Sonata for flute, viola, and harp with other music works by French composers Maurice Ravel and Francois Devienne.  Written six months after Debussy’s Trio for Flute, Viola, and Harp, the Elegiac Trio written by the English composer Arnold Bax it’s another great addition to the repertoire of that instrumentation. 

70’s Rock Parade & New Life Crisis Rock For Garret

Garret’s Promise Fundraiser and Celebration Gala
• FAMILY FRIENDLY
• LIVE MUSIC
• LINE DANCING
• GUIDED MEDITATION AND SOUND HEALING
• FARM TOURS
• ROUND PEN DEMONSTRATIONS
• FOOD & BEVERAGE
• Horse Kisses and Hugging Encouraged!

Join 70’s Rock Parade and Paul Mahos & New Life Crisis as they rock out and raise funds to support Garret’s Promise. May 1st will mark the one year passing of a remarkable person. His family, when they discovered Spirit’s Promise Rescue, knew this was where they wanted to honor Garret for a lifetime. Through acknowledging the tragedy, together we will also celebrate his life as he would have loved the party we are going to throw.

All proceeds go towards Garret’s Promise at Spirit’s Promise to complete the infrastructure for a new healing center as well as create programs and funding for those in need of grief support and healing.

Catch 70’s Rock Parade from 4-5:30, Paul Mahos from 6:30-9.
Sound Healing Demonstrations & Guided Meditation and Sound Healing facilitated by Ribbon of Lights, Lisa & David. Plus a special country line dancing performance by Deanna Nemes and the Dancing with Deanna dancers!

Food and beverage will be available. Round pen (with horses) therapy demonstrations and more.

PURCHASE TICKETS via Eventbrite

ABOUT GARET’S PROMISE:

In memory of a loving son and brother, Garret’s Promise is an indoor sanctuary of healing committed to helping others move forward as they piece together their lives following a traumatic event. Garret Louis Lederman’s passion for helping others was evident in how he would be the first to help a stranger struggling, or in his career as a football coach and mentor to young players. He found purpose in helping others find the best versions of themselves and this round pen is a promise to ensure Garret’s passion for people lives on, bringing healing to those suffering. Garret’s Promise is a promise to help someone reclaim their authenticity.

East End Food Institute’s Indoor Farmers Market

East End Food Market in Riverhead is a project of East End Food Institute running Saturdays from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm through April 30, 2022 at 139 Main Road in Riverhead. With over 40 local food vendors, live music, activities from local nonprofits, and a rotating list of wineries sponsored by Long Island Wine Country, the market is perfect for day trippers and area residents of the North and South Forks looking to enjoy the bounty of the East End.

Special offering on Saturday, February 26 include:

Pop Up booths from 1760 Homestead Farm, Le Fusion, Lucky Lou’s Gourmet Rice Pudding, South Shore Mushrooms, Saint James Brewery, Muffin & James Doggy Bag Treats, and Rosie’s Country Bake Shop

– Wine tastings from Chronicle Wines, Lenz Winery, Macari Vineyards

– Local nonprofit Peconic Community School

East End Arts MLK Portrait Project created by local high school students

For a complete list of vendors, click here.

Southold Winter Festival

Ice sculpting, s’mores, a mariachi band, baked potato bar and stargazing are on tap for Southold Town’s first ever winter festival on Feb. 19.Taking place along Route 25 between Wells Avenue and Silversmith’s Corner, will be organized into two main hubs.

In the parking lot across from the Southold Library, will feature a DJ, three live ice sculptures, face painting by Sarah Hope and a booth from the Custer Institute for solar gazing.

The Custer Institute will also open at 5 p.m. that evening for stargazing.

At Silversmith’s Corner, there will be corn hole courts (courtesy of Greenport Harbor Brewing Company), a seafood station by Southold Fish Market and Girl Scout cookies for sale from Troop 2981.

The Southold Historical Museum will also be open for tours, the Giving Room is hosting an art exhibit and free smoothie tastings and the First Presbyterian Church of Southold will have a baked potato bar, popcorn, hot chocolate and fire pits for s’mores.

The Center for Advocacy, Support and Transformation (located in the former Southold Opera House) will be hosting story time and an ice castle activity for kids hosted by the Southold Library at 10 a.m., cupcake decorating at 12:30 p.m. Music Brady Rymer at 1:30 p.m. and a mariachi performance, mulled wine and cider by Mariachi Sol Mixteco at 3 p.m.

Rain date is Sunday, Feb. 20

East End Food Institute’s Indoor Farmers Market

East End Food Market in Riverhead is a project of East End Food Institute running Saturdays from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm through April 30, 2022 at 139 Main Road in Riverhead. With over 40 local food vendors, live music, activities from local nonprofits, and a rotating list of wineries sponsored by Long Island Wine Country, the market is perfect for day trippers and area residents of the North and South Forks looking to enjoy the bounty of the East End.

Special offering on Saturday, February 12 include:

Pop Up booths from The Granola Plant, Turmeric Store, Le Fusion, Rosie’s Country Bakeshop, KK’s the Farm, Landcraft Garden Foundation, Nuna Knits and Silk and Sea Designs

– Wine tastings from Chronicle Wines, Sparkling Pointe, Suhru Wines

– Local nonprofit Peconic Land Trust

– Live music from Classic Jam

For a complete list of vendors, click here.

Terry Meigel live at Bistro 72

Terry Meigel is one of Long Islands most seasoned and elite musicians. He can be seen as a soloist, often with other local talented musicians, or co-fronting the popular party band UrbanAcoustic on countless prominent stages. His diverse background brings out a unique and eclectic blend of classic/modern rock, country, and reggae hits that captivate and entertain audiences Island wide!

Cassandra House live at Bistro 72

Cassandra House’s unique sound as a singer-songwriter has been described as soulful, earnest & raw. Cassandra has shared the stage with such talents as Amy Helm, Shannon McNally, Jen Chapin & Todd Scheaffer of Railroad Earth. Compared to the likes of Patty Griffin, Kathleen Edwards & Neko Case, her original music, surrounded by her band of five star musicians makes this act a must-see.

Charcuterie & Co. Li Pop-Up at Twin Fork Beer Co.

Join us February 13th for Charcuterie & Co. Li Pop-Up! We’ll be serving craft beer, local wine, and local cider to pair with Charcuterie & co. Li’s snacks!

1-4 pm.

Free Admission. Live Music.

Kid and Pet Freindly!

2nd Annual Twin Fork Beer Co St. Patricks Day Party

2nd Annual Twin Fork Beer Co. St Patricks Day Party

Live music by The Jay Shepard Band

Corned Beef and Cabbage platters catered by Maple Tree BBQ

Tickets $35 includes first drink (beer, wine, or cider)!

Saturday March 12th

1-5 pm

Tickets available in our IG Bio and online at www.twinforkbeer.com

807 Raynor Ave, Riverhead Ny

Live Music by Rob Europe at Jamesport Farm Brewery

Rob Europe is going to bring the barn down! Come on over to the brewery as the beats flow while delicious, local, craft beer flows right along too!

21 & OVER • All seating is first-come, first-served

Check out the band: facebook.com/robeuropemusic and facebook.com/RobEurope

Live Music by Wandering Time at Jamesport Farm Brewery

Wandering Time is going to bring the barn down! Come on over to the brewery as the beats flow while delicious, local, craft beer flows right along too!

21 & OVER • All seating is first-come, first-served

Check out the band: facebook.com/nicholas.kerzner and facebook.com/Wandering-Time-175314455820524/

Live Music by Gene Casey at Jamesport Farm Brewery

Gene Casey is going to bring the barn down! Come on over to the brewery as the beats flow while delicious, local, craft beer flows right along too!

21 & OVER • All seating is first-come, first-served

Check out the band: facebook.com/gene.casey1 and facebook.com/lonesharks/

Live Music by Jay Shepard at Jamesport Farm Brewery

Jay Shepard (of Shepard the Breeze) is going to bring the barn down! Come on over to the brewery as the beats flow while delicious, local, craft beer flows right along too!

21 & OVER • All seating is first-come, first-served

Check out the band: facebook.com/jayshepsound/ and facebook.com/ShepardtheBreeze

17th Annual Long Island Winterfest

A  CELEBRATION OF LOCAL CULTURE:  FOOD, CRAFT BEVERAGES, ART, MUSIC & OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES ON THE BEAUTIFUL EAST END OF LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK.  

FEBRUARY 2022

A 4 week mid-winter music, wine, craft beer and performing arts festival that takes place throughout Long Island’s unique vineyard tasting rooms, breweries, hotels, legendary theaters and other historic venues. 

What visitors can expect from Winterfest this year will be options to #TravelSafe. The website will feature local businesses who are creating special events or discounts for Winterfest visitors. The focus will be a resource for where to go, what to do and what is open, including plenty of outdoor experiences for all ages. 

liwinterfest.com

Burn Out the Bar

Join us on Saturday, October 16th as we say farewell to another wonderful season down at Seaside Grill. Live Music starts at 1p with Erin Chase and 2 Man Acoustical Jam closes out the night at 5p. Half off all drinks and food from our special Burn Out the Bar Menu! Bonfire all day!

40TH ANNUAL MONTAUK FALL FESTIVAL

OCTOBER 9 AND 10 FROM 11:00 am to 5:00 pm EACH DAY

The Montauk Visitors Center and Chamber of Commerce is excited to host the 40th Annual Montauk Fall Festival on Columbus Day Weekend. Join us and embrace the great outdoors in the center of Town.

Here’s what’s going on:
Famous Clam Chowder Contest: on Saturday starting 11:00 AM
Live Music: Joe Delia and Thieves on Saturday and The Realm on Sunday
Kid Rides: Inflatable slides and obstacle course, all day, all weekend
Kid Fun/Crafts: Pumpkin Painting, Cookie Decorating and Crab Races all day, all weekend
Festive foods: All day, all weekend. See menu at event link!
Farmers Market: all day, all weekend
Raffles: 50/50, Cash Catch and Guess the Pumpkin weight. Live drawings on Sunday at 4:30 PM
Chinese Auction: Drawing on Sunday at 5:00 PM
Silent Auction: Online silent auction ends Friday, October 15 at 5:00 PM

Greenport Harbor Brewery OOMPAH Fest

Join us for Greenport Harbor Brewery’s OOMPAH FEST all day on Saturday, October 2nd.  New German Beer Release, OOMPAH music by Die Spitzbaum from 1-6pm, fun contests plus a delicious Oktoberfest menu.  Prost!
Address: 42155 Main Road, Peconic, New York

Annual Maritime Festival

Artisan Craft Vendors and Food Vendors
Saturday & Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm.

Saturday, September 18th

Saturday the parade is at 11am – Look for the new Merry Merfolk Boat Float!

Power Squadron – (Sat & Sun)

Mystic Whaler 1 hour Cruises – Sat (11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm) & Sun (1pm, 3pm)
To reserve: https://mysticwhalercruises.com/schedule

Kayak Races – Sat – Behind Porto Bello & The Carousel on the beach 2pm set up 3pm race.

Capt Kids Alley – kids activities with treasure chest Sat & Sun – Mitchell Park

DJ in the Park Sat 7pm – 9pm

USCG – Helicopter rescue demo – Sat
Coast Guard Aux – Sat & Sun

Coffee Sack Race – Sat & Sun

Bug Light Lighthouse Cruise, Saturday, 4:30pm-6:30pm.

Sunday, September 19th

Chowder Contest – Sun 12 – 3pm – In the Greenport Boat Yard on Carpenter Street

Story Time in the Park – William Floyd Library – – Sun 1-2

Snapper Contest – Sun – Mitchell Park Village Dock – 2pm sign up 3pm start

Irish Step Dancing in the Park Sat – Sun

Columbia – Tall Ship

Electric Boat Harbor Tours by the Glory

Classic Wooden Boats & Ice Boats

Harborfest

The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce will host its annual fall festival on Saturday and Sunday, September 11 and 12, welcoming visitors and locals alike for a fun-filled weekend on Long Wharf and at Marine Park and Steinbeck Waterfront Park, among other locations across the village.

Once described as the largest block party extending out over the water, this year Harborfest will be a village-wide event celebrating the maritime history of Sag Harbor. We’re coming together to celebrate our community with music, festival activities for kids and adults, and of course, the time-honored whaleboat races!

The musical offerings will be expanded this year, as will the fun and games for children with some aspects of the festival moving into John Steinbeck Waterfront Park. Sag Harbor’s rich history will be on full display across the village with groups like the Sag Harbor Historical Society, the John Jermain Memorial Library, the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum and the Eastville Community Historical Society hosting events and happenings all weekend long.

The Chamber’s annual HarborFest Father’s Day Arts & Crafts Fair will be held in Marine Park on Bay Street on Saturday and Sunday. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days, with more than 50 talented artists and crafters displaying their work for sale.

The Parks and Recreation Association of Sag Harbor will launch its annual 5K run/walk to help raise money for Mashashimuet Park improvements on Saturday, September 11. The event, “A Grand-run for the Grandstand” will raise money for the refurbishment of the park’s grandstand, which was built in 1908. The run will start at 8:30 a.m. and participants can register at mashashimuetpark.org/5K.

GOSMAN’S Summer Concert Series – Hamptons Jazz Fest

Free concert! Bill O’Connell – a respected leader of the Latin Jazz All-Stars, Bill is an accomplished educator, arranger and pianist who has played with such legends as Sonny Rollins, Chet Baker and many others. In addition to his enormously talented line-up, the legendary Billy Hart is on the drums. Billy Hart has played w/ some of the most important musicians in Jazz history. Early on, he played with popular soul artists like Otis Redding and Sam & Dave. Later he went on to record with McCoy Tyner, Wayne Shorter and many others including Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock. He is a musician and educator whose earned his place among the greats. Don’t miss this free live show – part of Hamptons Jazz Fest!

Monday Night Concert on the Green

Joe Delia and the Thieves rock tonight’s Monday Night Concert on the Green. Listen in to this  blazing blues based surf rock n’ roll band.

The show is brought to you by Gurney’s Montauk Resorts .

GOSMAN’S Summer Concert Series

GOSMAN'S SUMMER CONCERT SERIES - Montauk Chamber of Commerce

Gosman’s welcomes Zanti Misfits to the outdoor stage Sunday, August 29 from 6-8pm, located at 484 West Lake Drive. The Zanti Misfits bring an eclectic mix of genres to the stage with Classic Rock, Ska, Zydeco and more! Come along as we travel through their sonic cornucopia. Bring your own seating, a big appetite and kick  off your summer with us!

Monday Night Concert on the Green

Monday Night Concert on the Green brings The Dog Watchers to the mic tonight. Mike Rusinsky-Lead Vocals/Guitar, Anthony Liberatore-Vocals & Guitar, Toby Van Keuren-Drums and Kevin Goode-Bass & Vocals. Repertoire includes Beatles, Stones, Petty, Dead, Van Morrison, Johnny Cash, The Decemberists, Steve Earle, Radiohead and more.

Tonight’s show brought to you by the Montauk Beach House , a boutique motel destination blocks from the ocean and all Montauk Town has to offer.