A Southampton summer tradition, “Concerts in the Park” – presented by Southampton Cultural Center – returns in July.
The popular series welcomes a talented lineup to Agawam Park and Cooper’s Beach on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted.
The 2018 “Concerts in the Park” Schedule:
Nancy Atlas and her band, The Nancy Atlas Project are known for their raw, live performances and has opened for Elvis Costello, Jimmy Buffet and Nash, just to name a few.
New Life Crisis, the independent original mashup band, has survived throughout the age of the internet, performing originals with added touches of soul, electronica, alternative and dance has found a summer home in the Hamptons.
Queen Esther Marrow had the Pope tapping his foot with her timeless voice. Her expansive career had her touring with Dr. Martin Luther King, Duke Ellington and Harry Belafonte and appearances with Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, BB King and many others including TV, film and Broadway credits throughout the US and Europe.
The Earth, Wind and Fire Tribute Band is a talented group based out of Maryland, but making the special trip to the Hamptons to perform the iconic music of the R&B funk group.
Ad Lib, or the Adlib Steel Orchestra was founded in 1989 by a group of Trinidadians looking to preserve their culture within the US. Since 1995, the group has put emphasis in providing young people the opportunity to learn and perform on the steelpan.
Lone Sharks was formed by Gene Casey in 1988 upon his arrival at Long Island’s East End. Throughout the 90’s and 00’s, Casey and the constantly evolving line up of Sharks were the house band at the Wild Rose Cafe in Bridgehampton.
Project Vibe is an original Reggae band made up of versatile musicians and performers with talent in reggae, jazz, latin, and rock backgrounds.
Billboard Live represents some of the best players on Long Island who share a love of 70’s rock music whose goal is to take you back through time, through song.
Penny Lane Beatles Tribute Band relies on their pure sound and strong vocals to recreate the most iconic boy band on our time. Their selections always leave the crowd cheering for more.
Mambo Loco was formed in 2003 and represents the classic music of Afro-Cuban and Puerto Rican cultures. Larry, Billy, Cristian, Wayne and Alfredo bring the best of old school Latin and Latin Jazz to Long Island.
All concerts are free and open to the public.
For more information, visit scc.org or call 631.287.4377.