East Hills Music Fest – New Time
To maximize our chances for the best weather, we are postponing our first MusicFest to Monday, September 4, 2017. Please join us for a spectacular day!
11am-1pm: Black Tie Stereo
2pm-3:15pm: Brady Rymer & the Little Band that Could
4pm-7pm: Uptown Mix
The Pool will close at the end of the concert at 7pm.
Our Village’s first Music Fest will be held poolside, over Labor Day weekend, on Saturday, September 2, 2017, (rain date is Sunday, September 3, 2017) from 11am to 7pm. It is an all-day “Music Fest” at the Park at East Hills.
“Brady Rymer And the Little Band that Could” will take the stage from 11am to 12:15pm. Devoted to the younger families, Brady’s music dynamically blends rock n’roll with country pop that will have the children singing and dancing. Brady Rymer was a 2017 Grammy Nominee for Best Children’s Album and received the Parents’ Choice Gold Award in 2016. Please click on www.bradyrymer.com to learn more and listen to some of Brady Rymer’s songs.
From 1pm-3pm, “Black Tie Stereo” is sure to captivate East Hills’ residents and their guests with an original and popular selection of music. Comprised of four male musicians who began playing together in high school, this young and energetic group performs music from every genre. To listen to some of their songs, please search “Black Tie Stereo” on YouTube.
Then to draw the day to a memorable close, from 4pm-7pm, “Uptown Mix” will put on a show that East Hills will never forget. With their range of talent, song selection and technical ability, “Uptown Mix” will have everyone on their feet. To get a sampling of their work, please go to www.Vali.com and click on the video under “Uptown Mix.” Trustee Stacey Siegel is coordinating the day.
Thank you to the generous Sponsors: National Grid, for sponsoring the day of concerts.
Mayor Koblenz said “As we end the summer for the pool, we begin a fall filled with the ‘Spooktacular’ for our families. Each season in our village has its own special and spectacular events and programs. It is why so many of our children are moving back to the village; it is why we are all so very proud to live in our vibrant community.”