During the pandemic, many of your favorite artists are still providing virtual content to keep their fans busy.
Tilles Center to hold drive-in concert series
Tilles Center for the Performing Arts is getting in the drive-in concert game by launching a summer series in its parking lot later this month.
Virtual 'Freestyle USA' brings concert experience home
The one-night-only pay-per-view event, shot from an undisclosed location in Suffolk County, encompasses a two-hour freestyle concert featuring Cynthia, Sweet Sensation, Lisette Melendez and more.
'Nashville Thursdays' canceled in Bay Shore
The downtown event, scheduled to begin July 2, was set to have local restaurants, bars and shops remain open from 7 to 10 p.m. offering live music with no cover charge on Main Street.
Town of Hempstead sets 28 more drive-in concerts
The concerts are spread throughout July and August for Town of Hempstead residents in the parking lot of Point Lookout Town Park and will feature a variety of tribute bands.
Coronavirus concerns freeze Vanilla Ice show
The '90s rapper took considerable heat for an event that sought to gather hundreds of fans in one of the nation's coronavirus hot spots.
LI's Shevon Nieto moves on to next round of 'AGT'
The two-time Olympian sang an original song and got a standing ovation and four "yes" votes from the judges.
Patchogue's 'Alive After Five' goes virtual
The neighborhood evening activity will continue to deliver live music mixed with dining out — but this time to your home.
Ringo Starr sets virtual 80th birthday benefit concert
The concert will include "unique home performances as well as never-before-seen concert footage from Starr, Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh and many others.
Craft Aid to assist local breweries
This virtual tasting room concert serves as an online fundraiser for Jamesport Farm Brewery, Moustache Brewing Co. and Long Ireland Beer Co. on July 2 and 3.
Dr. Dre's wife of 24 years, Nicole Young, files for divorce
Young filed documents seeking to end her marriage with Dr. Dre — the producer, rapper and music mogul whose real name is Andre Young — on Monday in Los Angeles County Superior Court.