East End Excitement—Where To Go & What To Do—June 25-July 1

Craving some East End excitement this week? We’ve got you covered! Check out these five fun events.

1

Go on a shark dive at the Long Island Aquarium!

This in an extreme adventure like no other. Go nose-to-nose with some of the ocean’s top predators inside their 120,000-gallon Lost City of Atlantis shark exhibit.

Check out Long Island Weekly‘s first-hand experience diving with sharks!

2

On June 29, Jay & The Americans rock and roll into The Suffolk Theater.

Enjoy their hits “Tonight” (from the Broadway musical West Side Story), “”Only In America” and “This Magic Moment.”

3

Explore Long Island’s wetlands aboard the Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s pontoon boat Discovery in Stony Brook.

Cruise through the 88-acre wetlands preserve as a naturalist highlights the wildlife and flora.

4

On July 1, the Grammy Award-winning artist Sergio Mendes arrives at Patchogue Theatre.

Get ready for a great night as you take in Mendes’ signature mix of bossa nova and samba and distinctive pop instrumentation that ultimately came to define Brazilian music.

5

Through July 22, the drama FROST/NIXON plays at the Bay Street Theater.

FROST/NIXON revolves around the landmark series of interviews between British journalist David Frost and former President Nixon three years after he resigned.

For more East End excitement, visit MyLITV.com/events.

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