Michael Bolton, Erykah Badu and Liza, too

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Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz hosts the 30th Annual Seaside Summer Concert Series at Asser Levy/Seaside Park and the 26th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Concert Series at Wingate Field, with some of the biggest names in music coming to Brooklyn to celebrate an incredible three decades of free music.

Call the concert hotline for updates at 718-222-0600 or visit for more information or concert updates.

Seaside Summer

Concert Series Lineup

Seaside Summer concerts will be held Thursday nights at 7:30 p.m. at Asser Levy/Seaside Park at West Fifth Street and Surf Avenue in Brighton Beach, opposite the New York Aquarium. The public is encouraged to bring their own chairs.

· July 10 brings An Evening with Michael Bolton

· July 17 features An Evening with Brian Wilson

· July 24 spotlights Smokey Robinson and Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The New Stylistics

Martin Luther King Jr. Concert Series Lineup

Martin Luther King Jr. concerts will be held Monday nights at 7:30 pm at Wingate Field on Brooklyn Avenue at Rutland Road and Winthrop Street. Seating is limited, so the public is urged to bring their own chairs.

· July 14: Sweet Summer Soul starring The O’Jays and featuring The Manhattans with Gerald Alston and Blue Lovett

· July 21: Mystery Night – A Legend Performs in Brooklyn

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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