The lineups are all set for this year’s Great South Bay Music Festival.
On Monday— a few months after the event organizers announced their headliners and dates— the operators of the festival released the rest of the performers.
There will be 75 performers over the course of the four-day festival. Scroll down to see some of the acts.
Also, for the first time at the Great South Bay Music Festival, there will be a new stage for emerging artists called the “Busker Stage,” which plans to feature 15 up-and-coming artists.
“We’re really excited for this year,” the event’s co-producer, Jim Faith, told GreaterPatchogue. “We always try to provide a really great experience for families.”
The event, held at Patchogue’s Shorefront Park, will be on July 18, 19, 20 and 21.
Tickets for the four-day festival will be available starting Friday at 9 a.m. online— pricing starts at $42.50. For each ticket purchased, $1 is donated to the Stony Brook University Cancer Center Fund.
Thursday, July 18
There will be 10 acts performing on two stages on the event’s kickoff day. Notable acts include Taking Back Sunday, Glassjaw, The Menzingers, and Frank Iero & the Futures.
Friday, July 19
Friday is rock-reggae themed with over 20 performers playing on four stages. The headlines include Slightly Stoopid, Sublime with Rome, SOJA, and Common Kings.
Saturday, July 20
The fest’s annual “Jam Day,” which features eclectic and diverse lineups, is held on Saturday featuring 25 bands on four stages. The headliners include Lotus, Dweezil Zappa, Spafford, Reid Genauer’s Assembly of Dust, Pink Talking Fish, and the Englishtown Project.
There will also be a “Jambalaya Stage” to celebrate the 50th anniversary to the 1969 Woodstock festival. Those acts include Kiss the Sky, Who’s Next, Joplin’s Pearl, The Band Band, and Halfstep.
Sunday, July 21
The morning will begin with a children’s concert.
Afterward, the day will transform into “Classic Rock Day” with 25 performers on five stages. Top acts include America and WAR.
To see all the artists as they are released, check here.
Top: Scene from last year’s Great South Bay Music Festival. (Credit: Benny Migs Photo)