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Doobie Brothers to headline Great South Bay Festival

The classic rock group The Doobie Brothers pose

The classic rock group The Doobie Brothers pose in a New York hotel, Sept. 18, 2000. From left are John McFee, Tom Johnston, Keith Knudsen, Patrick Simmons and Michael Hossack. (Credit: AP file)

The Doobie Brothers, Dark Star Orchestra and Electric Hot Tuna are set to headline this year’s Great South Bay Music Festival at Shorefront Park on July 19 through 21.

The Patchogue festival will also feature a rare solo appearance from Billy Squier on July 19 and the great country guitarist Jerry Douglas on July 21.

Ticket pre-sale begins Thursday at 9 a.m. through the festival website greatsouthbaymusicfestival.com and runs through Monday. Pre-sale prices are $28 for Friday and $25 for Saturday and Sunday.

Also set for the eclectic festival are funk masters Soulive, folk heroes Carolina Chocolate Drops and many of Long Island’s biggest bands, ranging from punk-popsters Patent Pending and the alt-rocker Chris P. Cauley to the metal-leaning Streetlight Circus and classic rockers Antigone Rising.
 

Tags: Great South Bay Festival , Doobie Brothers , Dark Star Orchestra , Electric Hot Tuna

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