Oyster Fest Main Stage Entertainment Schedule

Full Disclosure (Photo by Kelly Weiss)

Located off Shore Avenue, by the food courts and in Theodore Roosevelt Park, The Oyster Festival welcomes a full schedule of exciting live music and entertainment from musicians from all over the country—and one from Italy. Check out the schedule and visit TheOysterFestival.org for the latest updates and additions.

Saturday, Oct. 19

11 a.m.—Lisa Polizzi Band

Lisa Polizzi voted 2014 Best of Long Island Top 3 singers, also performed and won on Fox 5 NY Star of The Day, 2018 Josie Music Award winner. The Lisa Polizzi Band performs all over Suffolk and Nassau county and has been doing so since 2014, including being a warm-up act for Rascal Flatts at Jones Beach Amphitheater. Visit www.facebook.com/TheLisaPolizziBand for more information.

12 p.m.—The NY Exceptions

The New York Exceptions is Doo Wop. Having opened for Larry Chance & The Earls is a Empire City Casino favorite, as well as having gigs at Resorts World Casino, The Hilton & The Sands at Atlantic City, Whiskey Lounge, Duchess County Fair and more.

1 p.m.—Craig Greenberg Band

The newest release, 2015’s The Grand Loss & Legacy, is Greenberg’s most personal and most rocking work to date. It was written up in the Huffington Post and received national radio play and landed in the Relix Top 30 Radio albums chart. The single, “That Girl Is Wrong For You,” was awarded grand prize winner in the Relix JamOFF contest and was featured in the June 2015 issue.

2 p.m.—P!nk Tribute

LIKE A PINK is a Pink tribute act based in NYC, offering a powerful vocal tribute experience of the popular music artist. Fronted by the vibrant vocal performance of Cat Lau Hunt, LIKE A PINK presents an authentic tribute experience to bring you PINK’s chart-topping hits spanning her career, and is sure to please PINK fans of all ages.

3 p.m.—Penny Lane Tribute

A Beatles tribute band is quickly on the rise on Long island. Their sets include a Beatles show from A Hard Day’s Night to Magical Mystery Tour, and culminating with a rooftop performance. Visit www.Pennylanetribute.com for more information.

4 p.m.—Full Disclosure

A dynamic trio that delivers highly captivating performances, showcasing an enormous sound and rich harmonies. Their amazing repertoire spans classic and alternative rock, today’s hits, Motown, balladsand party favorites. Visit www.facebook.com/fulldisclosurerocks/videos for more information.

5 p.m.—Grimm Jack

Considered one of America’s best underdog rock and roll bands. Often compared musically to Aerosmith, Guns ‘N Roses and the Black Crowes. They bring a high energetic stage performance with driving guitar riffs catchy rock n’ roll songs. The members of Grimm Jack all grew up on Long Island and currently live in the Huntington and Lake Grove area.

Sunday, Oct. 20

11 a.m.—Mike Dorio Band

Rooted in the Blues/Rock tradition, The Mike Dorio Trio breaths fresh life into this classic style. You’ll get up and dance, shout and cheer. But most of all you will feel something so do not miss this performance.

12 p.m.—Steve Welner and the WellDiggers

1 p.m.—FLEMT

Opening band for Bon Jovi in front of 40,000 fans. This international band will be performing their new hit single “Dream Girl”, released by their record label White Lion Audio and distribution with Sony Orchard. They’ve toured twice in the U.S. and are looking forward to bringing their magic to the Oyster Festival.

2:15 p.m.—Indigo

An up-tempo blues band from Chicago paying tribute to the great female blues singers, Koko Taylor and Etta James. Joining Indigo will be Eric Wells (guitar) and Joe Lobianco (keyboards), both accomplished musicians originally from Oyster Bay.

3:15 p.m.—Victims of Rock

Their roots go back to 1973 when music wasn’t classic yet, just good music. We all have a long history of recreating this type of classic rock and that’s what makes VOR a fun and exciting band not only to see but to hear. Classic rock like you remember it…

4:15 p.m.—Pump! Aerosmith Tribute

5:15 p.m.—Stone Blue Rising

Devoted to bringing audiences a high energy mix of hard driving, electric rock and blues as big as it gets. See what all the buzz is about. Join The Uprising. See you at the Oyster Festival.

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Kimberly Dijkstra is the web editor for Anton Media Group, writer for Long Island Weekly and recipient of several Press Club of Long Island (PCLI) awards.

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