Staten Island's Summer Sunset Concert Series Line-Up

Posted by on Wednesday, June 14th, 2017 at 10:27am.

Summer is around the corner! With the end-of-year school dismissal and vacation time rolling around, spend it with your family and friends for some of Staten Island’s free Park events! One of those events being the return of the summer concert series. This free event is all thanks to borough president James Oddo. 

This annual summer concert series will feature many performances. The first day of the concert will be June 29th at Fort Wadsworth.  The name of the concert series is known as the Sunset Summer series. 

It was not just our borough president, but help from the councilmembers Debbi Rose, Steven Matteo, and Joe Borelli who all put this together.  There will be all different types of styles of music. All of the concerts will start 7 pm, with the dates and line-up below:

JUNE 29
FORT WADSWORTH
210 New York Avenue
- featuring -
 Charlie Romo and the Barry Levitt Trio
 
JULY 6
MIDLAND BEACH SPLAZA
Fr. Capodanno Boulevard between Midland Avenue & Lincoln Avenue
- featuring -
Lina Fiscardi
NFINITY

JULY 13
CONFERENCE HOUSE PARK
298 Satterlee Street
- featuring -
RadioActive
Ultravylet

JULY 20
SILVER LAKE PARK
Forest Avenue at Haven Esplanade
- featuring -
Freepass
Rock Farm

JULY 27
WESTERLEIGH PARK
Neal Dow Avenue & Maine Avenue
- featuring -
CHERRY BOMB.ny
Rhythm Rascals

AUGUST 3
BLOOMINGDALE PARK
Ramona Avenue & Lenevar Avenue
- featuring -
London Fogg
Airtite

AUGUST 10
SNUG HARBOR CULTURAL CENTER
1000 Richmond Terrace at Sheep Meadow
- featuring -
JazzOut4tet
Love Me Do

AUGUST 17
HISTORIC RICHMOND TOWN
441 Clarke Avenue
- featuring -
Johnny B. and the Blues Blazers
Joan Caddell & the Midnight Choir

AUGUST 19
STARS OF THE BOARDWALK CONCERT
MIDLAND BEACH SPLAZA
Fr. Capodanno Boulevard between Midland Avenue & Lincoln Avenue
- featuring -
Vito Picone & the Elegants

AUGUST 24
WOLFE'S POND PARK
Cornelia Avenue & Chester Avenue
- featuring -
Cause & the Effects and Friends

If there are extreme weather conditions, the concerts will be canceled. Concerts will also be canceled if the City of New York issues a heat or air quality advisory, for safety reasons. For more information on concert cancellations or postpones, you can call 718-816-2133.

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