There is nothing like listening to a live band while enjoying a fine cocktail on the East End. Live music is an important part of the Hamptons lifestyle, and its why we’ve come up with five places to check out this weekend where the beat goes on.
Nancy Atlas to Play LIVE At Gosman’s On Sunday
Nancy Atlas…do we need to say more? The outstanding performer will be playing live tomorrow at Gosman’s in Montauk beginning at 6 p.m. Simply put, she’s awesome. If you can get to Gosman’s we highly recommend.
The Dan Bailey Tribe Plays TODAY
The Dan Bailey Tribe plays every Saturday afternoon from 1-4 pm at the Montauk Yacht Club. The show is free and Dan Bailey is a music legend on the East End. Check him out for some live music by the pool. The Montauk Yacht Club is a hotel and requires no membership in order to be there. They are located at 32 Star Island Road.
Booga Sugar Plays TONIGHT at the Stephen Talkhouse
Booga Sugar is one of the most popular bands to play on a regular basis at the epic music spot in Amagansett, The Stephen Talkhouse. They play there tonight at 10 p.m. The cost to get into the show is $30, and as it always is at the Talkhouse, it will most likely get sold out. Be sure to check them out if you can.
Winston Irie Will Be Playing Live on Sunday in Amagansett Square
If you love reggae music (who doesn’t) and you love free concerts (who doesn’t?) then it will be worth it to head down to Amagansett Square tomorrow to listen to reggae music legend Winston Irie perform a live and completely FREE concert from 5 to 8 p.m. Bring your blankets, beach chairs and family. Pack a picnic or enjoy food from the Meeting House to go.
Gene Casey and The Lone Sharks at Billy’s By The Bay on Sunday
Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks are an iconic Hamptons band. Not only is their music fantastic, but you can always recognize Gene by his sheer size and cowboy hat. They will be playing live at the restaurant Billy’s By The Bay in Greenport tomorrow from 2 to 6 p.m. The band says that they had an absolute blast last year playing there and that they look forward to playing there again.