Five Fun Events On Long Island March 19-25

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


On March 21, the Paramount brings the chart-topping viral hitmakers Walk Off The Earth
here to Long Island. Their songs that have more than half-a-billion views online.


On March 22, national icon Trace Adkins comes to the NYCB Theatre at Westbury. This Grammy-nominated artist momentous live performances will have you two-stepping in the aisle.


On March 24, the Patchogue Theater presents Grammy-nominated pianist Judy Carmichael. Judy and her quartet will celebrate music from the Great American Songbook.


On March 24, the National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba’s appears at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at LIU Post. The mission has been to introduce Cuban and Latin American music to the rest of the world. Their next stop is Long Island’s Gold Coast.


The rousing rootsy Shovels & Rope comes to the West Hampton Beach Performing Arts Center on March 25. This pair creates a combination of sound and passion that will get you up on your feet or move you to tears.

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