Here's our weekly getaway for date night seekers.
For the next 28 consecutive days, except Sundays, you can enjoy a free concert or movie brought to you by the Town of Oyster Bay.
Starting July 5 and running until August 6 mark your calendar for various star-studded performances by the likes of Gregg Rolie of Santana, Eddie Money, Tony Orlando, and Air Supply, to name a few.
TOB parks, beaches, and schools will have its fair share of concerts, some of which will be right in our backyard.
Tote along a picnic dinner, a blanket, and some folding chairs and listen to Dean Karahalis and the Concert Pops of Long Island on June 22 and sing-along to Broadway Tonight! on June 27 while they perform songs from memorable musicals, both appearing at . And on August 3, Body Heat will play hits from the 1950's to the present day, appealing to all ages.
Neighboring areas such as Oyster Bay's Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park & Beach will be hosting The Hit Men on August 5. And on July 13, Hicksville High School Field will showcase two bands; an Aerosmith tribute band called Draw the Line and Voyage, a Journey tribute band.
If you love to be wowed by Grucci Fireworks make sure you head over to John J. Burns Town Park on July 12 at 7:30pm for their Tribute to America with country western star, Aaron Tippin.
Check the TOB website for more information about acts appearing at the other sites: Ellsworth Allen Park in Farmingdale, Tappen Beach in Glenwood Landing, and Plainview-Old Bethpage Community Park along with a special treat - paying homage to our famous Oyster Bay neighbor, Billy Joel - Mike Delguidice and Big Shot will perform at Tobay Beach on July 20.
To break it up, the Town is offering Movies by Moonlight every Thursday at 8:30pm where free popcorn and ice cream will be served. On July 14 Syosset-Woodbury Community Park will be offering a screening of Despicable Me.
Most shows begin at 8:00pm and there is no seating prior to 4:00pm. They are all held outdoors so call their hotline, 24 hours a day, for updated information at 516-767-7900 in the event a concert is cancelled due to inclement weather.