In addition to his Sept. 12 show at Jones Beach,...

In addition to his Sept. 12 show at Jones Beach, Pitbull will play Forest Hills Stadium on Aug. 25. Credit: Getty Images for Nickelodeon / Timothy Hiatt

Latin rap, thrash metal and alternative rock are the latest genres announced for Long Island concerts this late summer and early fall.

Pitbull brings the reggaeton-infused party pop and bilingual hip-hop of his 26-city “Party After Dark Tour” to the Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh on Sept. 12. For those in Nassau County closer to New York City, there is also an Aug. 25 show at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens.

General-public tickets for both concerts go on sale 10 a.m. Friday at Opening acts are Grammy Award-winning rapper and R&B singer T-Pain (né Faheem Najm) and Globalization DJs from Pitbull's Globalization Radio on the SiriusXM satellite-radio network.

Pitbull (born Armando Christian Pérez), who won a best Latin rock, urban or alternative album Grammy for 2015’s “Dale,” released his most recent album, “Trackhouse,” last October.

Heavy metal Grammy winner Megadeth hits Jones Beach on Sept. 14, two days after Pitbull. Formed in 1983, the group’s plethora of platinum albums includes “Peace Sells … But Who's Buying?” (1986), “So Far, So Good … So What!” (1988), “Rust in Peace” (1990) and “Countdown to Extinction” (1992).

The current quartet features founding member and frontman Dave Mustaine; bassist James LoMenzo, who has been in and out of the band since 2006; Dirk Verbeuren, the drummer since 2016; and guitarist Teemu Mäntysaari, who joined last year.

General-public tickets for Megadeth and opening acts Mudvayne and All That Remains also go on sale 10 a.m. Friday at

EVERCLEAR TO PLAY LI SHOW: And the Portland, Oregon-based alternative rockers Everclear celebrate the 25th anniversary of their platinum album “Songs From an American Movie, Vol. 1: Learning How to Smile” with a tour that plays The Paramount in Huntington on Oct. 6. General-public tickets for the concert, featuring openers Marcy Playground and Jimmie’s Chicken Shack, go on sale 10 a.m. Friday at

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