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Live at the Gantries, a popular summer concert series, kicks off tomorrow

LiveatthegantriesJuly 7, 2014 By Michael Florio

Live at the Gantries, a music performance series that takes place at Gantry Plaza State Park each summer, kicks off Tuesday at 7 pm with a performance by Mundo Clave, a Latin/Cuban band.

Live at the Gantries will run for a six consecutive Tuesdays (from July 8 through Aug. 12 at 7 pm) and will feature some of Queens’ most celebrated entertainers.

The performances will take place inside the park adjacent to where 49th Avenue and Center Blvd meet.

The series offers up a diverse selection of music, from Raggae to the Blues.

Live at the Gantries began in 2008 and since its inception it has drawn crowds from across the city.

This year’s line-up is:

July 8—Mundo Clave—Latin/Cuban music

July 15—Solomon Hicks—Blues Guitarist

July 22—Dahka Band—global music

July 29—Kevin Batchelor’s Grand Concourse—Reggae/Ska musica

August 5—And You and I—rock music

August 12—Zikrayat—Arabic

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Robb smith

Just wondering when this 2015 season starts I’m one of the bands that performed last summer an we had a blast an would love to again this summer my band name is SESSION


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