Get ready for a summer of free music courtesy of State Senator Marty Golden and the West Brooklyn Parks Task Force. Throughout July and August, a series of free concerts featuring diverse music will be put on in Marine Park and Gravesend.
In a press release, Golden invited Brooklyn residents to enjoy the shows all summer long.
“This summer, I am proud to host another great line up of concerts and invite music lovers and neighbors to be a part of these great evenings of music. It’s time to grab a beach chair, or a blanket, and head to our local parks on most Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, Golden said in the release. “The music of the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, dance, classic rock, and more will be sure to get you dancing under the stars. Frankie Marra, Carl Thomas, Brooklyn Keys, City Sounds and more acts will make our local park alive with the music that we have come to enjoy and love.”
Here is a list of shows that will be held in Marine Park and Gravesend.
July 10: Sound Affair (60’ – 90’s Dance) – Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue)
July 17: Plastic Soul (60’s, 70’s, Classic Rock) – Marine Park (Fillmore Ave.)
July 24: Generation Gap (60’s through 90’s) – Avenue U and Van Sicklen Street
July 31: New York Exceptions (50’s thru 70’s Oldies) – Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue)
Aug.14: Carl Thomas (Sinatra, Darin, Dean) – Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue)
Aug. 21: City Sounds (Oldies, Disco,Dance and more) – Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue)
All concerts are free to the public and begin at 7 p.m. For more information you can call Golden’s office at 718-238-6044.