Five Fun Events On Long Island August 6-12

Looking for something fun to do this week? Check out these events happening in your area!


Through Aug. 26, The nicest kids in town cut school and get to the Argyle Theatre to perform Hairspray The Broadway Musical.

Follow Tracey Turnblad as she uses the Corny Collins’ dance show to change the world.

Meet the cast of Hairspray at the Argyle!


Evil has two names: Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson, and on Aug. 7 these two rockers will blow away Jones Beach Theater as they bring the Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour to Long Island. 


From Aug. 10-12, things get sizzling in Sayville at the 39th annual Summerfest. Stuff your face will delicious food, taste local beers and wine and scream your lungs out on Newton Shows thrill rides.


On Aug. 9, the ladies get the first and last laugh as the Madison Theatre at Molloy College presents Mom’s Night Out, the ultimate live stand-up comedy show, for moms, by moms!

Don’t miss this outrageous night of laughter and fun, featuring four national headliners.


On Aug. 11, make love out of nothing at all with Air Supply. Bring a date to the NYCB Theatre at Westbury because this mega group’s collection of hits will definitely set the mood.

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Anton Media Staff
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