The Great South Bay Music Festival plans to close out this year’s four-day run with “Heritage Sunday,” featuring Long Island Music Hall of Famer Eddie Money, as well as classic rockers The Zombies, Dave Mason, Poco and Jesse Colin Young.
The Plainedge-raised Money is best known for his ’70s hits like “Baby Hold On” and ’80s MTV staples like “Think I’m in Love,” as well as the recent Geico commercial for “Two Tickets to Paradise.”
Discounted presale tickets for the July 16 show are available Tuesday for $32.50 through greatsouthbaymusicfestival.com. Tickets for the July 13-15 shows are $37.50-$39 through the website.
Long Beach-based Taking Back Sunday headlines the opening day of the festival, with New Found Glory. The second day features 311 and The Wailers, while Day 3 includes Gov’t Mule and G. Love & Special Sauce.
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