Summer Music Concert Guide For Long Island and NYC Part I

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Catch Iron Maiden at Barclays Center on July 26 and 27. (Photo by John McMurtrie)

Summertime is around the corner and there’s no better time to go experience live music. As you can see, there’s quite a selection for the upcoming Summer 2019 season that includes plenty to check out in New York City and Long Island throughout the end of July.

Barclays Center

620 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn · 917-618-6700 · www.barclayscenter.com

  • June 4 – Twenty One Pilots
  • June 8 – The 35th New York Salsa Festival (Willie Colon/Victor Manuelle/Jerry Rivera/La India/Grupo Niche/Eddie Santiago/Tito Rojas/Lalo Rodriguez/José Alberto El Canario/Fruko y Sus Tesos/Angel Lopez de Son By Four)
  • June 14 & 15 – Ariana Grande
  • July 19 – Robyn
  • July 26 & 27 – Iron Maiden

Forest Hills Stadium

1 Tennis Place, Forest Hills · www.foresthillsstadium.com

  • May 25 – Greta Van Fleet/March of the Peaceful Army
  • June 15 – Death Cab for Cutie/Jenny Lewis
  • June 22 – Alt 92.3 Inaugural Summer Open: The Lumineers/The Revivalists/Sharon Van Etten/Catfish and the Bottlemen/Matt Maeson
  • June 23 – Alt 92.3 Inaugural Summer Open: The Head and the Heart/Young the Giant/Fitz and the Tantrums/Special acoustic performance by Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional and Smith & Thell
  • July 14 – Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour: Lynyrd Skynyrd with Hank Williams, Jr.
  • July 20 – ”Weird Al” Yankovic with Queens Symphony Orchestra (The Strings Attached Tour)
  • July 21 – JoJo Siwa/The Belles
  • July 24 – Elvis Costello & the Imposters/Blondie
Catch Red Molly at Landmark on Main Street on June 16. (Photo by Whitney Kidder)

Landmark on Main Street

223 Main St., Port Washington · 516-767-6444 · www.landmarkonmainstreet.org

  • June 1 – Billy Collins
  • June 12 – Felix Slim: 1930’s Blues, Ragtime, Swing & other Herbs
  • June 16 – Red Molly
  • June 20 – The Milk Carton Kids
  • June 30 – The Earls of Leicester featuring Jerry Douglas
  • July 1 – Chris Robinson Brotherhood

My Father’s Place at the Roslyn Hotel

1221 Old Northern Blvd., Roslyn · www.myfathersplace.com

  • May 23 – 10,000 Maniacs
  • May 24 – Savoy Brown featuring Kim Simmonds
  • May 25 – Kerry Kearney
  • May 30 – Roger Street Friedman (featuring Professor Louie & the Crowmatix)
  • May 31 – Stanton Anderson Band
  • June 1 – Gary U.S. Bonds
  • June 8 – John Hammond
  • June 14 – David Benoit
  • June 19 – Louis Atlas and the All World Band/Sister Carol
  • June 20 – The Loser’s Lounge: Tribute to ABBA
  • June 22 – Willie Nile
  • June 27 – Albert Lee
  • July 6 – Poppa Chubby
  • July 12 – Barnaby Bye
  • July 19 – Randy Jackson: Behind the Door
  • July 20 – Stephen Bishop
  • July 25 – Slaid Cleaves
  • July 26 – Al Jardine: A Postcard from California
Catch Chicago at NYCB Theatre @ Westbury on June 17 and 18.

NYCB Theatre @ Westbury

960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury · 877-598-8497 · www.livenation.com

  • June 1 – ’70s Soul Jam: The Stylistics/The Emotions/Peaches and Herb/Eddie Holman/Carl Carlton
  • June 2 – CMP Presents David Bowie – Live on Mars
  • June 7 – Anthony Santos
  • June 15 – Happy Together Tour (The Turtles/The Cowsills/Chuck Negron/The Classics/Gary Puckett/The Buckinghams)
  • June 17 & 18 – Chicago
  • June 19 – Buddy Guy and Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
  • June 21 – Travis Tritt and the Charlie Daniels Band with the Cadillac Three
  • June 23 – Neil Sedaka
  • June 27 – Dionne Warwick with special guest Darlene Love
  • June 28 – Michael McDonald/Chaka Khan
  • June 29 – Life Will Be The Death of Me: Chelsea Handler’s Sit-Down Comedy Tour
  • July 12 – Billy Gardell
  • July 13 – Johnny Mathis
  • July 14 – Queen Latifah
  • July 17 – Tyler Henry: The Hollywood Medium
  • July 27 – Vic DiBitetto
Catch Bob Seger on May 30 at Jones Beach. (Photo by Ken Settle)

Northwell Health @ Jones Beach Theater

1000 Ocean Pkwy., Wantagh · 800-745-3000 · www.jonesbeach.com

  • May 30 – Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
  • June 14 – BLI Summer Jam: Jonas Brothers/Ellie Goulding/Mark Ronson/Bebe Rexha/Bazzi/Why Don’t We/Ally Brooke/Fletcher/Jake Miller/Bryce Vine
  • June 15 – KTUphoria: The Chainsmokers/Ellie Goulding/Bebe Rexha/Becky G/Bryce Vine/CNCO/Ava Max/Loud Luxury
  • June 20 – Adam Sandler
  • July 6 – Toby Keith
  • July 11 – Third Eye Blind/Jimmy Eat World: Summer Gods Tour 2019
  • July 13 & 14 – Luke Bryan: Sunset Repeat Tour 2019
  • July 16 – Wiz Khalifa: The Decent Exposure Tour
  • July 17 – Dave Matthews Band
  • July 20 – Florida Georgia Line: Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour 2019
  • July 21 – Kidz Bop World Tour 2019
  • July 26 – 311/Dirty Heads

The Paramount

370 New York Ave., Huntington · 631-673-7300 · www.theparamountny.com

  • May 29 – Songs & Stories: An Evening with Art Alexakis of Everclear/Chris Collingwood of Fountains of Wayne/Max Collins of Eve 6/John Wozniak of Marcy Playground
  • May 30 – The Beach Boys: Summer Kickoff Show
  • June 2 – Kevin James
  • June 6 – Howard Jones: Transform Tour 2019
  • June 7 – Jim Jefferies: The Night Talker Tour
  • June 9 – Dio Returns
  • June 11 – Robert Cray Band/Marc Cohn featuring the Blind Boys of Alabama
  • June 14 – Kristian Bush of Sugarland/Rita Wilson
  • June 16 – Gabriel Iglesias: Beyond the Fluffy World Tour 2019
  • June 20 – Trace Adkins: Don’t Stop Tour 2019
  • June 22 – The Weight Band featuring member of The Band & Levon Helm Band
  • June 23 – Chazz Palminteri’s A Bronx Tale
  • June 27 – Marshall Tucker Band: Through Hell & High Water…and Back Tour 2019
  • July 2 – Ace Frehley
  • July 11 – Better Than Ezra
  • July 12 – Sirius XM The Coffeehouse Tour presents Matt Costa/JD & the Straight Shot/Matt Hartke
  • July 13 – Baroness: The Gold & Grey Tour 2019
  • July 16 – JJ Grey & Mofro/Jonny Lang
  • July 18 – Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul
  • July 21 – Scott Stapp: The Voice of Creed
  • July 24 – Pop 2000 Tour hosted by Lance Bass of *NSync with performances by O-Town/Aaron Carter/Ryan Cabrera/Tyler Hilton
  • July 28 – Chris Isaak
Catch Jimmie Vaughan at The Suffolk Theatre on July 12. (Photo by Gage Skidmore)

The Suffolk Theater

118 E. Main St., Riverhead · 631-627-4343 · www.suffolktheater.com

  • May 24 – Sal “The Voice” Valentinetti
  • May 31 – The Lovin’ Spoonful
  • June 7 – Robbie Krieger of The Doors
  • June 14 – Tony Orlando
  • June 30 – Chris Robinson Brotherhood
  • July 5 – Larry Chance of The Earls/The Drifters featuring Rick Sheppard
  • July 12 – Jimmie Vaughan

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

76 Main St., Westhampton Beach · 631-288-1500 · www.whbpac.org

  • May 24 – Andrew Dice Clay
  • May 25 – Jennifer Holiday
  • May 26 – Gary U.S. Bonds and the Roadhouse Rockers
  • June 2 – Mountain Man
  • June 7 – Carbon Leaf
  • June 15 – Peter Asher of Peter & Gordon/Jeremy Clyde of Chad & Jeremy
  • June 16 – Morgan James
  • June 21 – Roy Wood Jr.
  • June 22 – The Pitchforks
  • June 28 – John Sebastian
  • June 29 – The Smithereens with guest vocalist Marshall Crenshaw
  • June 30 – The Doo Wop Project
  • July 5 – The Allman Betts Band
  • July 6 – Sutton Foster
  • July 14 – Colbie Caillat featuring Gone West
  • July 19 – Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes
  • July 20 – Stephen Marley
  • July 21 – The Wood Brothers
  • July 24 & 25 – Warren Haynes
  • July 28 – Three Dog Night
Catch Michael Bublé at Madison Square Garden on July 24.

Other Big Shows:

  • May 21 & 22 – P!nk at Madison Square Garden
  • June 2 – Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden
  • June 4 – One Nation Under a Groove Farewell Tour 2019: George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic/Galactic/Fishbone/Dumpstaphunk/Miss Velvet at Central Park Summerstage
  • June 4 – David Gray: Gold In a Brass Age Tour at the Beacon Theatre
  • June 6 – Pentatonix: The World Tour with special guest Rachel Platten at Madison Square Garden
  • June 6 & 7 – Jerry Seinfeld at the Beacon Theatre
  • June 7 – The English Beat at the Stephen Talkhouse
  • June 8 – Parquet Courts/Sachiko Kanenobu at Central Park Summerstage
  • June 8 – Blue Oyster Cult at the Space at Westbury
  • June 9 – India.Arie at the Beacon Theatre
  • June 11 – Toots & the Maytals at the Stephen Talkhouse
  • June 11 – Ozzy Osbourne: No More Tours 2 at Madison Square Garden
  • June 12 – Luis Miguel at NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
  • June 15 – Jack DeJohnette/Ravi Coltrane/Matt Garrison Trio/Brandee Younger at Central Park Summerstage
  • June 15 – Josh Groban/Jennifer Nettles at NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
  • June 18 & 19 – Ariana Grande at Madison Square Garden
  • June 19 – Keb’ Mo’ at the Space at Westbury
  • June 20 – Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams at the YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts
  • June 23 – Dead & Company at Citi Field
  • June 23 – Only in Queens Festival: Sheila E./Musiq Soulchild/Kranium at Flushing Meadows Corona Park
  • July 25 – Kurt Vile and the Violators with Dinosaur, Jr. and Cate Le Bon at Central Park Summerstage
  • June 28 – Geoff Tate’s Operation Mindcrime at the Space at Westbury
  • June 28 – Acoustic Alchemy at the YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts
  • June 28 & 29 – Hugh Jackman: The Man. The Music. The Show at Madison Square Garden
  • June 29 – Vanilla Fudge at the YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts
  • June 30 – New Kids On the Block: The Mixtape Tour at NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
  • July 2 – Pure Prairie League at the Stephen Talkhouse
  • July 11 – David Bromberg Quintet at the Stephen Talkhouse
  • July 11 – Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden
  • July 19 – An Evening with Judy Collins at the Stephen Talkhouse
  • July 20 – Low Cut Connie at the Stephen Talkhouse
  • July 21 – Yellowman at the Stephen Talkhouse
  • July 23 – Marcus King Band at the Stephen Talkhouse
  • July 24 – Michael Bublé at Madison Square Garden
  • July 25 & 26 – John Mayer at Madison Square Garden
  • July 26 – JoJo Siwa/The Belles at NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
  • July 27 – Joan Osborne: Songs of Bob Dylan at the YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts
  • July 28 – Joan Osborne at the Stephen Talkhouse

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