Village Square to Feature Summer Concert Series

Artists will perform in Glen Cove's downtown every Friday night in July and August.

Old Westbury Web Radio will broadcast nine nights of live music from Glen Cove's Village Square starting next month, the station announced.

Downtown Sounds will feature acts each Friday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the corner of Glen and School Streets in Glen Cove's downtown. 

Old Westbury Television will stream each concert live at www.ustream.com with the keyword OWWRNY. The radio station will broadcast live from 7 to 11 p.m. at www.owwrny.org.

Some seating will be provided but attendees are encouraged to bring their own. Attendance is free.

The event is hosted by station manager Joseph Manfredi. 

In the event of rain, shows will be moved to Robert M. Finley Middle School.

Both broadcasting stations are located at the SUNY College at Old Westbury.

The list of performers is as follows:

• July 6th – Gary Lewis & Billy J. Kramer 

• July 13th – Richie Cannata, with Special Guest The Jeff Regan Band 

• July 20th – Antigone Rising 

• July 27th – The Good Rats 

• August 3rd – Aztec Two Step, with Special Guest Jim Dawson 

• August 10th – John Oates Band 

• August 17th – Dec8Dia 

• August 24th – Toby Walker, with Special Guest Gail Storm 

• August 31st – Soul Sound Review 

John Doe June 19, 2012 at 11:57 PM
These concerts are fun. The town needs to do something about the car shows on Thursday nights. It became a circus. There is no more classic cars anymore. It is like the movie Fast and the Furious sown there. I lay in bed watchong tv every Thursday night around 10 pm listening to to cops chasing these kids around. Doing burnouts and racing around town with no regards to the safety of other people. This is going to get worse before it gets better. I will not take my son to this car show anymore. I will go to the Oyster Bay one instead.


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