Outdoor Concerts At Jones Beach
Outdoor concerts are back! Jones Beach is hosting a wide array of musical performances this summer and fall. If you are a music lover, going to an outdoor concert at Jones Beach is a great activity for you and your friends or family. There are so many different genres of concerts to choose from, such as Pitbull, the Jonas Brothers, and Dierks Bentley. Keep reading to find out more!
Concerts Scheduled This Summer and Fall
This summer and fall, there are so many fun concerts to choose from at Jones Beach! -Aug 7th Jason Aldean 7:30
Jimmy Buffet is preforming August 10th at 8pm
Hall and Oates is preforming August 11th at 7pm
Luke Bryan is preforming August 13th at 7pm
Kings of Leon is preforming August 25th at 7:30pm
Thomas Rhett is preforming August 26th at 7:30pm
James Taylor is preforming Aug 27th at 7:30pm
Alanis Morisette is preforming August 29th at 7pm
Zac Brown is preforming September 2nd and 3rd at 7pm
Pitbull is preforming September 4th at 7:30pm
Dave Matthews Band is preforming September 21st at 7:30pm
Dierks Bentley is preforming September 24th at 7pm
The Jonas Brothers are performing October 2nd at 6pm
How To Get There
If you are wondering how to get to Jone’s beach from your Glenwood apartment, there are very easy forms of transportation! If you have your own car, you can purchase a park pass with your concert ticket. The car ride from Manhattan is roughly 1:30-1:45 depending on what part of NYC you are leaving from. If you want to Uber or Lyft- those are great options, especially if you are planning on having a drink at the venue. If you want to take the train, which is probably the fastest option during rush hour traffic, you can take the LIRR to the Freeport stop and from there you can thaw the direct n88 bus to Jones beach which is only 20 min away! Or you can taxi/ uber from there.
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History of Jones Beach Concerts
Originally opening in 1952, the outdoor concert venue hosted musicals! Its first performance was A Night In Venice. It went under major renovation in 1992 and 1998 and now holds 15,000 seats. It is only one of two major outdoor arenas in New York.