ACTRESS, SINGER/SONGWRITER RAFFAELA CAPP TO STAR IN HIGH SCHOOL BULLY DRAMEDY “REACH”

The Talented Young Star Plays Female Lead Role in New Film With In-Depth Focus Around The Lives of Bullies And How Kindness Can Change Lives

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 Following the release of her single and music video “Hurricane”, it was recently announced that Actress and Singer/Songwriter RAFFAELA will star in new film “REACH” with Garrett Clayton (Disney’s Beach Movie, Hairspray Live!) and Joey Bragg (Liv and Maddie) and from production companies Cappricielli Productions and Autumn Bailey Entertainment, written by Grant Harling, Johnny James Fiore, and Maria Capp! Her newest song “I Love Me” will also be featured and released simultaneously with the film’s release. “Compass” by hit Disney boy-band Forever In Your Mind will also be featured in the film.

RAFFAELA has been hitting the ground running. Currently co-writing her EP with Sony/ATV writers and producers The Vanderveers, some past credits include the music video for her hit “So What?” being a finalist for Best Music Video at the International Family Film Festival. It won Best Song in a Music Video at the Hollywood & Vine Film Festival, and was a select entry at the the Dances With Films Festival, and Rahway International Film Festival.

Her other recent acting credits include The Bandit Hound (starring Judd Nelson, Cathryn Bell, Lou Ferrigno), and Taking a Chance on Love, which she wrote herself. It was nominated for Best Short Film at Dances With Kidz and received honorary mention at the Hollywood & Vine Film Festival.

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Joey Bragg, Raffaela Capp, Garrett Clayton, Jordan Doww, Steven Thomas Capp In New Film REACH, Out This Summer

The film centers on a socially awkward genius (Garrett Clayton – “Teen Beach Movie”) who divulges to a pro-suicide support group that he plans to kill himself after being constantly picked on by a former childhood friend and school bully (Jordan Doww – “Hollyweird”) and his widowed father (Bojesse Christopher – “Point Break”).

When the new quirky kid, Clarence (Johnny James Fiore – Co-writer/Associate Producer) in school befriends him, his plans are sidetracked. The pic offers a window into the private lives of bullies and their targets and shows how the power of one small gesture can change the course of one’s life.

RAFFAELA’s “I Love Me” is a fitting song for the new film, as its lyrics deal with self-confidence and empowerment, two issues that are a huge focus in the dramedy.

Being a part of such a powerful film with an outspoken message, along with her continued music success….RAFFAELA is certainly a rising star with a bright future.

For More Information on RAFFAELA, Visit:

www.RaffaelaCapp.com

OR

Facebook.com/RaffaelaCapp

Twitter: @el_la_bel_la

Instagram.com/el_la_bel_la_

IMDB – Raffaela

Talent Agent – The Savage Agency

For More on Her Upcoming Film REACH, Visit:

www.TheMovieReach.com

OR

Facebook.com/ReachtheMovie

Twitter: @ReachtheMovie

Instagram.com/ReachtheMovie

For Press Inquiries, CONTACT: Rick@RickEberle.com

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Bringing A Hip New Feel to Cabaret – Porter Carroll Jr. Comes to NYC’s Feinstein’s/54 Below Saturday, July 8th

Bringing A Hip New Feel to Cabaret –  Porter Carroll Jr. Comes to NYC’s Feinstein’s/54 Below Saturday, July 8th

Called “A Bold and Daring Nightclub Act for the Modern World” (Huffington Post), Atlantic Starr Founder and Rhythm & Blues Hit Machine Brings “The Evolution of Cabaret” to Feinstein’s Debut

June, 2017 (New York, NY) – On Saturday, July 8th at 7:00PM singer, songwriter, drummer, and percussionist Porter Carroll, Jr.–who is currently performing world wide in his brand new roll with the number one selling duo in music history Hall & Oates–will be bringing “The Evolution of Cabaret” together with (Wali Muhammad (Musical Director), David Livolsi, Danny Obadia and Erik Perez) to Feinstein’s/54 Below at 254 W 54TH ST. CELLAR, NYC! This extraordinary night will feature a collection of incredible music, running the gamut from R&B and improvisational Jazz to Soul, Funk, Blues, Rock n’ Roll and MORE- putting a new and exciting spin on popular classics never before seen on the Jazz and Cabaret circuit.

As drummer and one of four singers with hit R&B group Atlantic Starr, Porter Carroll Jr. helped make the hits that made the group and its amazing vocals, tight production and energetic stage performances famous worldwide. Porter performed with his childhood friends and family until the mid eighties, contributing to such popular tunes as “Circles”, “When Love Calls”, “Send for Me”, “Am I Dreaming”, “Let’s Get Closer”, “Touch a Four Leaf Clover” and more. Most recently the band was honored with a street re -naming ceremony in his hometown town of Greenburgh, NY with christening of the brand new “Atlantic Starr Way”.

From Top to bottom : “Atlantic Starr Way”; Porter Carroll Jr. With Members of Atlantic Starr; With Darius Rucker and Daryl Hall; With John Oates

Porter branched out on his own in the mid-1980s  as a singer/songwriter. He produced a critically acclaimed album, Porter Carroll II, for Island Records, that set produced theme songs for Video Vibrations and Midnight Love on the BET cable TV network. Other credits include background vocalist for chart-topping recording artists Shania Twain, Spyro Gyra, Melba Moore, Donny Osmond and Michael Bolton. He also composed music for Luther Vandross, The Temptations, Denise Williams, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Jane Fonda. Composing for Jazz greats, Bob James, Grover Washington, Will Downing, Marion Meadows and Bob Baldwin among others. Porter’s vocals have also enriched Levar Burton’s hit children’s television show Reading Rainbow.

Having joined Daryl Hall and John Oates, he is currently a regular on the MTV Live channel and Webby Award winning internet smash, Live From Daryl’s House.

Now, with his new show putting his own unique spin on popular classics not yet seen on the jazz club and cabaret circuit-join Porter Carroll, Jr. Saturday, July 8th at Feinstein’s/54 Below! “ A must see show” Doug Glanville, NY Times.

For More Info and Tickets ($35-$80 cover charge and $25 food and beverage minimum), VISIT:

https://54below.com/events/porter-carroll-jr/

For More Information on Porter Carroll Jr., Go To:

Facebook.com/PorterCarrollJr

For Press Inquiries, CONTACT: Rick [AT] RickEberle.com

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Third Annual Coltrane Day Music Festival: Music Workshops & Community Jams From Ages 14+ Saturday, July 22nd

Coltrane Day Music Festival  at Heckscher Park, Huntington Village Will Bring Teens and Adults Together with 12 Incredible Workshops from Music Improvisation to Rap/Hip-Hop

On Saturday, July 22rd 2:00PM – 10:30 PM, The Coltrane Home in Dix Hills in conjunction with the Town of Huntington Summer Arts Festival and the Huntington Arts Council will be staging an all-day, affordable, family-friendly festival of live music and music workshops in beautiful Heckscher Park, Huntington Village. “Building Community through Music” and “The Creative Force” are this year’s themes as the event celebrates the legacies of music giants John and Alice Coltrane, who lived in Dix Hills.

The Festival will host workshops, master-classes, community jams and live performances for all ages and levels.  World-class LIVE music performances, including jazz, funk, blues, hip-hop, gospel, electronic music and jamband will be featured, with top local music talent on display. Headliners include Charles Neville (Neville Brothers) and sax phenom Kenny Garrett. Local arts and food are included along with many opportunities for young musicians to play with professionals. Special this year, electric bass giant, Matt Garrison, will lead a master class workshop for aspiring bassists. Matt Garrison is also one of the headliners of the day’s music lineup.

The workshops and community jams, huge successes at the inaugural 2015 and 2016 festivals, are sure to be highpoints once again as musicians, young and old get to sit in with peers and professionals in a supportive environment. Workshops for a wide range of ages and skills will be available, including jazz, funk, blues, hip-hop, electronic music, voice, songwriting, percussion, music improvisation, and more. The Community Jam – enormously popular in the last two years at the festival – is coming back once again in jazz and funk. Coaches will also be available offering one-on-one assistance to aspiring musicians. Additional information will be announced in the coming weeks and pre-registration for workshops is strongly encouraged. (Registration Links Below!) Workshops run from 12noon to 2PM.

All workshops approximately 45 minutes in length. Preregistration required for workshops with size limits. Workshop Times & Leaders TBA.

$5 donation requested for workshops.

Workshops will be held between 12:00pm and 2:00pm

Ages: 14+ (registration recommended but not required)

Click Here To Register.

Coltrane Day 2017 is proud to be a part of the Huntington Summer Arts Festival’s Week of Jazz!

www.thecoltranehome.org     
www.facebook.com/coltranehome

For More Information, Contact:

Rick@RickEberle.com

Ron Stein

rstein@thecoltranehome.org

631 223-1361

516 635-9719 (cell)

More About The Coltrane Home:

A little over fifty years ago, Coltrane’s opus work, “A Love Supreme”, considered by many music enthusiasts and jazz critics to be among the most influential pieces of music of the 20th century, was composed at their Dix Hills home. The Coltranes moved into the Home in 1964. (After John’s passing in 1967, Alice sold the Home in 1973 and moved to Los Angeles.) The Home was slated for demolition until jazz enthusiast and Dix Hills resident Steven Fulgoni helped publicize the significance of the property. In 2004 an outpouring of support from around the world, including letters from Michael Brecker, Herbie Hancock, and many others persuaded the Town of Huntington to purchase the property and convert the site into a park. The Home was placed in the hands of “The Friends of the Coltrane Home in Dix Hills” – aka “The Coltrane Home in Dix Hills”.

According to Friends of the Coltrane Home President Ron Stein, saving and restoring the Home is the right thing to do. “John Coltrane is revered as a music god across all music genres, generations and around the globe. It’s as if Beethoven had composed his Ninth Symphony right here on Long Island. People around the world will recognize Dix Hills, Huntington and Long Island as the Home of John Coltrane. This place is a Long Island gem.” Continues Stein, “His legacy is more than his music. His desire to use music as a force for good, his embracing of diversity, his kindness, and his work ethic and commitment to excellence set an inspirational model for all of us.”

The Home is also a national gem. In 2011, the National Trust for Historic Preservation designated the Home as one of the “Eleven-most Endangered Properties” in the United States, a designation only given to properties deemed to have critical cultural importance. Since that time, the “Friends” have made many improvements to stabilize and repair the Home, but much more needs to be done. The Coltrane Day Event will provide an opportunity for the Home to announce a major capital campaign to create a Cultural Center on the beautiful site.

The dual mission. The Coltrane Home has a dual mission: a) restore the Dix Hills Home and create a state-of-the art museum and inspirational learning and cultural center at the site, along with a beautiful park environment, and b) develop its Legacy Education Project to help encourage young people to engage in the creative music making process, and improve communication and life skills. The theme of the program is “Music for Life”.

2017 also marks the 52nd anniversary of the Town of Huntington and the Huntington Arts Council’s Summer Arts Festival, and is testament to the importance of Huntington’s commitment to arts and music.  The Huntington Arts Council is assisting The Coltrane Home in Dix Hills to present the Music Festival. The day’s program is also partially funded by a Suffolk County Community Arts grant from the Department of Economic Development and Planning.

The Coltrane Home in Dix Hills hopes to attract all members of the Long Island community and beyond to this event. As Alice Coltrane has intimated in the past, this is about bringing everyone together to make, and enjoy music.

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Phil Varca & The SlamJammers Bring Their Passionate Rockin’ Blues To Stages Across NY And Beyond

Phil Varca & The SlamJammers  Bring Their Passionate Rockin’ Blues  To Stages Across NY And Beyond

Together for Nearly Three Decades, The Band Has Brought Their Raw, Guitar-Driven Grooves to Both Suspecting and Unsuspecting Audiences Winning Over Crowds with Their Energy and BIG Sound

June, 2017 (Long Island, NY) — This Summer, audiences across New York will be treated to the thunderously soulful, dynamic, and gut-busting blues rock of Phil Varca & The SlamJammers as they power through almost thirty years of bringing music to the masses! Soon, the rest of the Northeast will have their opportunity to be “Jammerized”!!  The band are excited to announce they have joined The Wing Agency stable of performing artists. The Clinton, CT based agency, lead by Andy Morrison, provides Artists, Venues and Corporate Clients in the Northeast U.S. with booking services for musical acts of all genres. Their services include: Booking touring acts for major music venues, nightclubs, and corporate events. The Wing Agency maintains a professional and referral relationship with numerous artists and venues throughout the northeast U.S.

While PVSJ have played thousands of shows of all types/sizes over the years, the past few years have been focused primarily on festivals and support/opening slots for established national touring acts including: Robin Trower, Buddy Guy, Joe Bonamassa, Chris Duarte, Dave Mason, NRBQ, Double Trouble, Shemekia Copeland and Popa Chubby.

Phil Varca & The SlamJammers are a powerful trio that continue to thrill audiences with their brand of hard rockin’ blues. The group can rock thunderously with driving rhythms that will shake you out of your seat then quickly downshift and display sensitive, evocative playing with their soulful emoting. Audiences identify and respond to this energy. For them, it is truly a cathartic experience.

Dynamic songwriting and performances have earned the band praise from critics such as Skope Magazine, who noted: “Make no mistake – Phil Varca and company are very interesting and a little dangerous. [They] have offered the world a cutting edge glimpse of this amazing style of music.” and The Island Ear, who wrote; “Guitarist Phil Varca is clearly a descendent of the Hendrix/Vaughan tribe, but his outstanding skill and technique have allowed him to forge a style all his own….any who watch and listen are immediately swept along for the ride.”  Rock & Roll View stated: “How shall I sum up the sound of Phil Varca & The SlamJammers for you? How about ground breaking? Don’t underestimate these guys for one second! Trust me when I say there are legions of fans waiting for this guy to arrive. This CD may be the most impressionable playing style (Especially guitar) I’ve heard this year.”  Good Times magazine added; “Varca charms you with throaty vocals…..in addition to masterful guitar playing.”

Performing together since 1989, the band’s live shows have become one of their greatest assets. Extended improvisational jams and musical interplay have come to define the group’s live performances and reflect their experience. They are a solid working unit that consistently delivers. The Musicians Exchange also noted; “…..the trio displays a finely tuned ability to listen to and play off of each other so that the interplay of musical ideas is a constant flow.”

“There’s nothin’ I like more than opening for an act and playing to a crowd that is there to see someone else. Their people don’t know you & they don’t owe you! We only get one chance to make a first impression…so I love playing for those people …turning them on to our music for the first time & seeing their reaction!” – Phil Varca

In May of ’92, Phil Varca & The SlamJammers released “Lightning & Thunder”, an original five-song collection. Based on the strength of the collection, the band was chosen to appear at The New York Music Seminar in 1992 and the 1993 South by Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas. 1997 brought the first full-length release titled “Ready, Willing and Able” on Groove Tone Sound Recordings. The track “Skin on Skin” was featured in the movie “Evil Streets”, a horror cult classic which debuted in 1998. 2004 saw the release of “Live at Riverhead” – recorded live (naturally!!) at the 2002 Riverhead Blues Festival in Riverhead N.Y. Plans are underway to re-release some earlier recordings currently out of print & sought after by fans. The band is also writing and rehearsing new material slated for future release and have several east coast and south-east dates planned for 2017/18.

So to catch the band doing what they do best, make sure to check their website for live show dates, and stay tuned for new music on the horizon!

For More Information on Phil Varca & The SlamJammers, VISIT: www.PhilVarcaandtheSlamJammers.com

OR

FACEBOOK – Phil Varca & The SlamJammers

Phil Varca & The SlamJammers on SoundCloud

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New Film From Writer/Director Marcia Kimpton “Bardo Blues” To Close Out Eighth Annual SOHO International Film Festival As Official Selection

With the SOHO International Film Festival right around the corner at  Village East Cinemas (189 2nd Avenue on 12th Street), #SOHO8 recently announced a brand new drama making its WORLD PREMIERE as an official selection on Closing Night, Wednesday, June 21st!

From Writer/Director/Producer/Actress Marcia Kimpton comes her Feature Film Debut “Bardo Blues” starring Stephen McClintic (“Planet M”), Brian Gross (“2001 Maniacs”), and Natalie Sperl (“Around the World in 80 Days”).

Set in Thailand, Bardo Blues follows Jack as he struggles to learn the truth about the mother that abandoned him and his own reason for existing. Weaving spiritual awakenings and soulful struggle, Bardo Blues will leave you questioning everything you think you know about who you are, where you came from and where you’re going.

More About Writer/Director/Producer/Actress Marcia Kimpton:

Marcia Kimpton has produced and directed a number of successful web series, TV pilots and short films. With “Brado Blues” being her first feature film, it has already been submitted to a number of of other film festivals in 2017.

“Planet M” was Kimpton’s short film directorial debut in which she acted, produced, and wrote the screenplay of the dark comedy that captures a late night host in a downward spiral into the depths of reality TV. Given the rise of content satirizing reality TV, Marcia created a continuing web series with the characters from the film that is going into it’s third season. Prior to “Planet M,” her first short was “STAR” – a mock documentary and satire she starred in, wrote and produced. Kimpton also created a pilot for the TV series “An American in Amsterdam” which is currently being pitched to Dutch networks.

Kimpton has produced, written, hosted and acted in 25 shows for television. In 1998, she produced and hosted “Live From the Starlight Room,” a local late night show on KGO-ABC in San Francisco. Prior to this, she was a music and entertainment reporter for four years on KTVU-Fox Morning Show in San Francisco.

She’s studied with the Lee Strausberg Actor’s studio and NYU’s film program in New York City, and has traveled to more than 40 countries, studied at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, and continued her extensive studies in meditation and yoga.

With such an accomplished writer/director behind the helm and an incredibly engaging story blending the cold realities of failure and the troubles of someone’s own mind, Bardo Blues is a film not to be missed at the Eighth Annual SOHO International Film Festival’s Closing Night, Wednesday, June 21st!

For More Information of Bardo Blues, VISIT: www.BardoBlues.com

OR

Facebook.com/BardoBluesMovie

Twitter.com/BardoBluesMovie

For More Information on the SOHO International Film Festival, Visit: www.SohoFilmFest.com

For Press Inquiries, Contact: Rick@rickeberle.com

New Film From Writer/Director Marcia Kimpton “Bardo Blues” To Close Out Eighth Annual SOHO International Film Festival As Official Selection

For Immediate Release:

Contact: Rick Eberle | www.rickeberle.com

516-729-6872 | rick [AT] rickeberle.com

 

New Film From Writer/Director Marcia Kimpton

“Bardo Blues”

To Close Out Eighth Annual

SOHO International Film Festival

As Official Selection

 

The Story of a Man Coming to Grips with Tragedy by Escaping to Paradise

 

 

New York, NY (May, 2017) – With the SOHO International Film Festival right around the corner at  Village East Cinemas (189 2nd Avenue on 12th Street), #SOHO8 recently announced a brand new drama making its WORLD PREMIERE as an official selection on Closing Night, Wednesday, June 21st!

 

From Writer/Director/Producer/Actress Marcia Kimpton comes her Feature Film Debut “Bardo Blues” starring Stephen McClintic (“Planet M”), Brain Gross (“2001 Maniacs”), and Natalie Sperl (“Around the World in 80 Days”).

 

Set in Thailand, Bardo Blues follows Jack as he struggles to learn the truth about the mother that abandoned him and his own reason for existing. Weaving spiritual awakenings and soulful struggle, Bardo Blues will leave you questioning everything you think you know about who you are, where you came from and where you’re going.

 

 

More About Writer/Director/Producer/Actress Marcia Kimpton:

 

Marcia Kimpton has produced and directed a number of successful web series, TV pilots and short films. With “Brado Blues” being her first feature film, it has already been submitted to a number of of other film festivals in 2017.

Planet M” was Kimpton’s short film directorial debut in which she acted, produced, and wrote the screenplay of the dark comedy that captures a late night host in a downward spiral into the depths of reality TV. Given the rise of content satirizing reality TV, Marcia created a continuing web series with the characters from the film that is going into it’s third season. Prior to “Planet M,” her first short was “STAR” – a mock documentary and satire she starred in, wrote and produced. Kimpton also created a pilot for the TV series “An American in Amsterdam” which is currently being pitched to Dutch networks.

Kimpton has produced, written, hosted and acted in 25 shows for television. In 1998, she produced and hosted “Live From the Starlight Room,” a local late night show on KGO-ABC in San Francisco. Prior to this, she was a music and entertainment reporter for four years on KTVU-Fox Morning Show in San Francisco.

She’s studied with the Lee Strausberg Actor’s studio and NYU’s film program in New York City, and has traveled to more than 40 countries, studied at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, and continued her extensive studies in meditation and yoga.

 

With such an accomplished writer/director behind the helm and an incredibly engaging story blending the cold realities of failure and the troubles of someone’s own mind, Bardo Blues is a film not to be missed at the Eighth Annual SOHO International Film Festival’s Closing Night, Wednesday, June 21st!

 

For More Information of Bardo Blues, VISIT: www.BardoBlues.com

 

OR

 

Facebook.com/BardoBluesMovie

Twitter.com/BardoBluesMovie

 

For More Information on the SOHO International Film Festival, Visit: www.SohoFilmFest.com

 

For Press Inquiries, Contact: Rick [AT] rickeberle.com 

 

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FLYNN’S, FIRE ISLAND GETS READY FOR AN EPIC SUMMER WITH TONS OF UPCOMING EVENTS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2017

FLYNN’S, FIRE ISLAND GETS READY FOR AN EPIC SUMMER WITH TONS OF UPCOMING EVENTS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2017

One of Fire Island’s Biggest Summer Hotspots Brings Everything From the Best LIVE Musical Acts to Amazing Food and Drinks, and Moonlit Dinner Cruises on the Great South Bay

June, 2017 (Fire Island, NY) — In just a few weeks as Memorial Day Weekend floods Long Island’s beaches, backyards, and the Great South Bay with thousands of folks ready to kick off the Summer, one of Fire Island’s oldest and most popular mainstays–Flynn’s of Ocean Bay Park–will be ready for the festivities! With DJ Theo kicking off SundayFunday on June 11th and so much more, check out a sneak peek of some of their hottest events to come!

Preview of Upcoming Events at Flynn’s:

**Events Subject to Change, Door Cover May Apply**

Sunday June 11th, 12:00PM – SundayFunday with DJ THEO (More Details TBA)

Saturday, June 17th, 12:00PM – Tradewinds the Band with DJ Fotsbeats (½ Price Ladies Drinks 7-9PM, $4 Heineken Light 7-9PM, WIN A HEINEKEN GUITAR AND TICKETS TO BRUNO MARS!)

Sunday, June 18th, 12:00PM – Father’s Day Reggae Buffet (Reggae Band at 3PM, All You Can Eat Lobster and Prime Rib Buffet at 4PM)

Saturday, June 24 12:00PM – Montauk Brewing Company Summer Kickoff with Oogee Wawa, Higher Education, and Sir Cadian Rhythm (DJ Mykel Spins All Day!)

Sunday, June 25th, 12:00PM – SundayFunday with King Wellington and the Earth People’s Band and DJ EPIC ($4 Bud Light Bottles 1-3PM!)

Saturday, July 1st, 12:00PM – DJ THEO Independence Day Party

Sunday, July 2nd, 12:00PM – SuperSundayFunday with King Wellington and the Earth People’s Band and DJ EPIC ($4 Coors Light 1-3PM!)

Tuesday, July 4th, 12:00PM – Bosco & Brando Dance Party

Saturday, July 8th, 12:00PM – 5th Annual Parrothead Festival with Barometer Soup, Jimmy Kenny and The Pirate Beach Band, and the Ed Travers Band ($4.00 Landshark Lager, $5.00 Margaritaville Rum Drinks, WIN TICKETS TO JIMMY BUFFET AT JONES BEACH!)

Sunday, July 9th, 12:00PM – SundayFunday with King Wellington and the Earth People’s Band and DJ EPIC ALL DAY ($4 Bud Light $1-3PM)

Saturday, July 15th, 12:00pm- All Girl DJ Festival, DJ Kat Nova and Girlfriends & Flynn’s First Annual Toga and Kegs Workout Party Sponsored by Modelo Especial

Sunday, July 16th, 12:00PM – “Nautical but Nice” SundayFunday with King Wellington and the Earth People’s Band and DJ Rob James rocking the S.S. Flynn’s ($5 Coney Island Mermaid Pilsner 2-5PM, Sugar Island Rum Drinks 1-4PM) Free admission if dressed in Nautical attire

Saturday, July 22 – Corona Electric Beach with DJ Sharam and DJ THEO 12noon-10PM

Sunday, July 23, 12:00PM – SundayFunday with King Wellington and the Earth People’s Band and DJ EPIC

Saturday, July 29th, 12:00PM – Toast the Great South Bay “An Afternoon of Music, Beer, Oysters, and Charity” (2 Hours of Blue Point Brewery Beer Sampling, the releases of “Drink the Bay Clean” lager, $2 Great South Bay oysters on the half-shell) Live Music @ 6pm

Saturday, August 5th, 12:00PM – Freestyle Event with TKA and Friends

Sunday, August 6th, 12:00PM – SundayFunday with King Wellington and the Earth People’s Band and DJ EPIC

Saturday, August 12th, 12:00PM – DJ THEO Summer Classics

Sunday, August 13th, 12:00PM – SundayFunday with King Wellington and the Earth People’s Band and DJ EPIC

Saturday, August 19th, 12:00PM – Brooklyn Brewery Symposium with Artists, Bands, DJ’s, Chefs (More Details TBA)

Saturday, August 26th, 12:00PM – Miss Flynn’s Bikini Pageant Hosted By WBAB’s “Fingers”

Sunday, August 27th, 12:00PM – SundayFunday with King Wellington and the Earth People’s Band and DJ EPIC

Saturday, September 2nd, 12:00PM – Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime

Sunday, September 3rd, 12:00PM – SuperSundayFunday Labor Day Weekend with King Wellington and the Earth People’s Band and DJ EPIC

Monday September 4th – TBA

A Fire Island staple, Flynn’s in Ocean Bay Park encapsulates the definitive Summer experience combining restaurant/bar/marina into one of the biggest parties on the Great South Bay with waterfront dining, live music, and more!

And with the Moon Chaser Boat Cruise out of Captree Boat Basin, they offer a fully equipped cash bar and soul-soothing music for your cruising pleasure on the way across the bay. Don’t spend just another night out, take an enjoyable cruise to Flynn’s instead! Kick back and enjoy the summer breeze and magnificent sunsets on your way to this famous Fire Island landmark.

With so much to look forward to in the coming weeks, Flynn’s is the go-to spot for the best events all Summer long at 1 Cayuga St, Ocean Bay Park, NY 11770!

CATCH THE FIRE ISLAND FERRY ALL SUMMER LONG TO OCEAN BAY PARK!

VISIT: http://bit.ly/2qTZp8r

For More Information on Flynn’s, FI and Upcoming Events VISIT: www.FlynnsFireIslandNY.com

OR

Facebook.com/FlynnsFireIsland

Instagram.com/FlynnsFireIsland

Twitter: @FlynnsFireIsle

For Press Inquiries, CONTACT: Rick [AT] RickEberle.com

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