Five Fun Events On Long Island May 21-27

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


This Memorial Day weekend—May 26 and 27—fly high at the 15th Annual Bethpage Airshow at Jones Beach!

Headlining the show are the legendary U.S. Navy Blue Angels and see aerobatic legend Sean D. Tucker in his last solo area performance. Click here to see the full lineup of performers at the airshow.


Sit down and start rockin’ the boat as The Argyle Theatre, a new live professional theatrical venue on Long Island, presents Guys and Dolls, through June 17. Grab a date and roll your dice, because luck will be a lady tonight.


It’s five o’clock somewhere and on May 25 at The Paramount, its five o’clock all night with Jimmy Kenny & the Pirate Beach Band, a tribute to Zac Brown, Jimmy Buffet and Kenny Chesney.

No shoes, no shirt and no problems! Jimmy Kenny’s concerts set the atmosphere for endless summer fun! 


On May 25, Theatre Three presents Long Island’s longest running Improv Comedy Show—Friday Night Face-Off.

Using audience suggestions, Friday Night Face-Off pits two teams of improvisers against each other in an all-out championship!


On May 26, the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center presents Brian Stokes Mitchell, dubbed Broadway’s last leading man.

His performances have garnered him a slew of awards, including two Tonys and induction into the Theatre Hall of Fame.

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