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Let the music play through the summer

The annual summer concerts series, in parks throughout from Bay Ridge to Marine Park, continues with the performances sponsored by State Senator Martin J. Golden, the Bay Ridge-Bensonhurst Parks Task Force and CERT1NYC.

The concert schedule includes:

• August 5: The Remnants (oldies) as part of the 68th Precinct Police Night Out at 79th Street & Shore Road

• August 5: DJ Vinny with a face painter for the kids at the 62nd Precinct Police Night Out outside the Bath Avenue stationhouse.

• August 6: Carl Thomas and an Elvis impersonator at Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue)

• August 12: Bronx Wanderers with a tribute to Dion and other oldies acts at 79th Street & Shore Road

• August 13: Caribbean Splash (a summer dance party band) at Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue)

• August 15: NY Exceptions (with oldies from the ’50s-’60s) at the Parkville complex (65th Street between Eighth & Ninth avenues)

• August 18: Head over Heels (a Bay Ridge party band) at 83rd Street & Shore Road

• August 19: Yesterday and Today (a Beatles tribute band) at Dyker Park (86th Street & 14 Avenue)

• August 20 is Family Day with a DJ, face painting, rides, games and prizes at Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue)

• August 26 is Family Day with a DJ, face painting, rides, games and prizes at McKinley Park (75th Street & Fort Hamilton Parkway)

All concerts begin at 7 p.m. Family Day events begin at 5 p.m. For information, and in case of poor weather, call 718-236-7547. All events are free of charge. For information, visit www.senatorgolden.com or call 718-238-6044 or 718-627-3659.

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