2009 Brooklyn Summer Concert Series Announced (Seaside & MLK Concerts)

2009 Brooklyn Summer Concert Series
Brooklyn Summer Concert Series

UPDATE: Schedule updated on July 1, 2009.

It’s a couple days late (according to their own schedule), but here’s the initial lineup for the annual “Brooklyn Summer Concert Series” held on Monday nights at Wingate Field and Thursday nights at Asser Levy Park respectively. Nothing really earth shattering here, I’d bet on Blondie being the biggest draw of the season, (but I could also be completely wrong about that).

Seaside Summer Concert Series
07/16 Creedence Clearwater Revival Revisited, Mountain, John Sebastian
07/23 Gladys Night, The O’Jays
07/30 Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Connie Francis, Stewie Stone
08/06 Hall and Oates
08/13 Blondie, Pat Benatar, The Donnas
08/20 Salsa by the Sea, Bring Your Dancing Shoes!, TBA
08/27 Donna Summer

The 31st Annual Seaside Summer Concert Series performances are held Thursday nights 7:30 pm Asser Levy/Seaside Park at West 5th Street and Surf Avenue in Coney Island/Brighton Beach, across the street from the New York Aquarium.

Martin Luther King Jr.Concert Series
07/13 Keiysha Cole, Lyfe Jennings
07/20 The O’Jays, Russell Thompkins Jr. & The New Stylistics, Jerry Butler, Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes
07/27 Anita Baker, Charlie Wilson
08/03 Robin Thicke, Jazmine Sullivan
08/10 Teena Marie, Jeffrey Osborne, Ruben Studdard
08/17 Yolanda Adams, Israel Houghton and the New Breed
08/24 Sean Paul, The King of Calypso, The Mighty Sparrow

The 27th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Concert Series performances are held Monday nights 7:30 pm at Wingate Field, entrances on Brooklyn Avenue (Rutland Road and Winthrop Street.)

4 thoughts on “2009 Brooklyn Summer Concert Series Announced (Seaside & MLK Concerts)”

  1. I wonder if Ellion Easton of the Cars still plays in CCR. He was born in Brooklyn, it would be great to see a native son return home.

  2. I can’t wait to see Anita Baker. It will be a real delight,
    especially since I was sick the last time that she came to the park. She is such a lady.

    Plus, Teena Marie & Jeffrey Osborne are coming to the park: Wonderful. Teena Marie is AMAZING. That woman does not know how to sing a bad note.

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