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Reggae band King Wellington performs at the sixth (Credit: Ursula Moore)

Reggae band King Wellington performs at the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

6th annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest

Thousands turned out for the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest hosted by the Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society.

Festivalgoers take in the sights and sounds at
(Credit: Jin Lee)

Festivalgoers take in the sights and sounds at the Lighthouse Music Fest in Huntington Harbor. (Sept. 1, 2012)

Festivalgoers listen to music at the sixth annual
(Credit: Jin Lee)

Festivalgoers listen to music at the sixth annual Lighthouse Music Fest in Huntington. (Sept. 1, 2012)

Festival-goers listen to music at the sixth annual
(Credit: Jin Lee)

Festival-goers listen to music at the sixth annual Lighthouse Music Fest in Huntington. (Sept. 1, 2012)

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Festivalgoers listen to music at the sixth annual
(Credit: Jin Lee)

Festivalgoers listen to music at the sixth annual Lighthouse Music Fest in Huntington. Pamela Setchell, president of the Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society, said the festival has become one of the area’s most popular boating events. (Sept. 1, 2012)

Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest

Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest, Lloyd Harbor at the
(Credit: Jin Lee)

Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest, Lloyd Harbor at the entrance to Huntington Bay Lloyd Harbor: Drop anchor or raft up with friends and listen to Long Island talent performing rock, country, Motown, reggae and more atop the lighthouse (avoid the rocks on the south side of the lighthouse). This is a boat-only event. There is no land access. Fee: Free, donations accepted. Date: Sept. 5, rain date Sept. 6, 11 a.m.-sunset.

Madison Roehrig, 9, of Northport goes for a
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Madison Roehrig, 9, of Northport goes for a ride with her friends Ryan Rufe, 9, and Addyson Rufe, 5, during the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

Andrew Roehrig of Northport and his wife, Christine,
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Andrew Roehrig of Northport and his wife, Christine, pull their daughter Madison Roehrig, 9, and her friends Ryan Rufe, 9, and Addyson Rufe, 5, during the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

Guitarist and singer Joe Rock, of Smithtown, performs
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Guitarist and singer Joe Rock, of Smithtown, performs with his band Joe Rock and the All Stars at the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

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Renee McGrath, left, of Bellmore, and Adele McGale,
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Renee McGrath, left, of Bellmore, and Adele McGale, of Huntington, go for a swim at the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society founder Janis Harrington, of
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society founder Janis Harrington, of Mattituck, stands inside the Huntington Lighthouse during the music fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society president Pamela Setchell stands
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society president Pamela Setchell stands outside the Huntington Harbor Lighthouse during the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

Boaters listen to live music performances during the
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Boaters listen to live music performances during the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

Kim Oler enjoys the Huntington Harbor with his
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Kim Oler enjoys the Huntington Harbor with his friends Pat and Marie McCourt, of Huntington, during the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

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Reggae band King Wellington performs at the sixth
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Reggae band King Wellington performs at the sixth annual Huntington Lighthouse Music Fest. (Sept. 1, 2012)

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