Sublime With Rome, Umphrey’s McGee, Little Feat and Long Island’s reunited Envy on the Coast will headline The Great South Bay Music Festival at Patchogue’s Shorefront Park from July 12 through 15.
Long Island’s largest music festival is also planning some changes for its 12th year, including a stage dedicated to tribute bands, though its overall structure will remain intact.
The Thursday, July 12, show will focus on indie rock, with The Front Bottoms and Envy on the Coast set to headline a hard-hitting slate of bands that also includes Thrice and The Get Up Kids.
Sublime With Rome, the Dirty Heads and Less Than Jake will headline the Friday, July 13, slate, which features 14 acts on three stages, including a night of prog rock tribute bands Us & Floyd, Yes tribute Awaken and Genesis tribute Rael.
As always, Saturday (July 14) remains Jam Rock Day, with Umphrey’s McGee headlining, alongside Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and Papadosio, with a day of tributes that includes Albums We Love performing Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours” in its entirety, The “The Band” Band and the Grateful Dead tribute band Reckoning.
Sunday, July 15, remains a classic rock day, featuring headliners Little Feat, and for their fourth time, Electric Hot Tuna, leading the day of 19 artists. The Imagination Movers will also return for the Sunday Morning Kids Concert.
Tickets are $39.50 for the Thursday and Friday shows, $36.50 for Saturday and $37.50 for Sunday shows and go on sale Wednesday through GreatSouthBayMusicFestival.com.
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