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Summer Drive-In Concert Series at Tobay Beach

at Tobay Beach | Wed Jul 01 - Sat Aug 08

Location

Tobay Beach

1 Ocean Parkway
Long Island, NY 11758
(Map)

Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

07:00 PM
Jul 10, 2020 through Aug 08, 2020 (daily)
Cost: Free Event
Description

They’re calling it a first of its kind for Long Island. The Town of Oyster Bay announced that it is hosting a free summer concert series at TOBAY beach. The difference from all other concerts is that this one is drive-in.

All concerts are free, open to residents only and begin at 8pm in the parking lot at TOBAY Beach. Music lovers can bring a cooler and the entire family to enjoy the show.

Vehicles will be admitted to the parking lot on a first-come, first-served basis beginning at 7pm the day of the event. For the safety of all residents, concertgoers must remain in their cars. Portable restroom facilities will be on-site. Attendees are asked to consider donating a nonperishable food item upon arrival at the venue. All donations will benefit Island Harvest Food Bank.

Drive-In Summer Concert Series Calendar:

  • Wednesday, July 1st - The Fast Lane, Eagles Tribute Band
  • Tuesday, July 7th - Simply Diamond, The Ultimate Neil Diamond Tribute featuring Brian LeBlanc
  • Thursday, July 9th - Dr. K’s Motown Revue, America’s #1 Authentic Motown Revue Band
  • Saturday, July 11th - Shades of Bublé, A Three-Man Tribute To Michael Bublé
  • Tuesday, July 14th - The Doobie Others, Tribute to The Doobie Brothers
  • Thursday, July 16th - Disco Unlimited, The hottest disco show and dance band on the East Coast
  • Saturday, July 18th - Big Eyed Phish, The Dave Matthews Tribute  Band
  • Tuesday, July 21st - Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot, Celebrating the music of Billy Joel and more
  • Thursday, July 23rd - Petty Rumours, A Tribute to Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks
  • Saturday, July 25th - Freebird, The Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute Band
  • Tuesday, July 28th - Decadia, 80’s and Beyond
  • Thursday, July 30th - Southbound, Rock’n Party Country Band playing the hits of Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Zac Brown, Kenny Chesney & more!
  • Saturday, August 1st - The Rocket Man Show, Tribute to Elton John
  • Tuesday, August 4th - The New York Bee Gees Tribute Show, All of the classic 70s disco hits from Stayin’ Alive to Night Fever
  • Thursday, August 6th - Last Child, Aerosmith Tribute Band
  • Saturday, August 8th - Let’s Hang On, ­Americas #1 Frankie Valli Tribute Band

Performances are subject to change and will be held weather permitting. For additional information, call (516) 797-7925 or visit the Town’s website at: www.oysterbaytown.com.