Something for Every Music Fan at Area's Largest Outdoor Concert Facility

This summer, visit Pennysaver Ampitheater, located at 1 Ski Run Lane in Farmingville, NY 11738, to experience the area's top musical acts in a convenient open air location.

First, on Saturday July 5th, come to Freestyle Explosion 2014 Summer Edition Starring Stevie B, Quad City DJ's, Debbie Deb, Timex Social Club, C-Bank, Rob Base, Laura Enea, and Nayobe. The freestyle dance renaissance is in full swing and there is no better place than this outdoor space to dance to night away to the hits of yesterday featuring some of the biggest stars on the planet to ever perform this type of music.

Doors open at 5pm and show begins at 7pm. Tickets range from $28 - $75 each for seats to $25 each for general admission and can be purchased by visiting www.pennysaveramp.com 

Then, on Friday July 11th, The Band Perry brings their country/pop/rock show to town. Since releasing their self-titled debut album in 2010, The Band Perry have ascended to dizzying heights. Fronted by Kimberly Perry and rounded out by her younger brothers Neil and Reid, the band has notched a string of hit singles, including the quadruple-platinum “If I Die Young” (which climbed to No. 1 on Billboard’s Country and AC charts), the platinum “You Lie,” and the Country No. 1 “All Your Life.” They’ve also enjoyed sold-out tours and a showering of honors, including multiple ACM, CMA, and CMT Music awards, as well as Grammy, Teen Choice, AMA, ACA, and Billboard Music award nominations — all of which has cemented the sibling trio as one of the hottest acts in recent history. This show is also featuring Maggie Rose and Austin Webb as openers.

Doors open at 5pm. Show at 7pm. Tickets range from $34.50 - $79.50 each for seats to $34.50 each for general admission and can be purchased by visiting www.pennysaveramp.com 

For more information or for interview requests please call Rick Eberle at 516-729-6872 or visit www.pennysaveramp.com 

Huge concerts, exciting shows and the biggest musical artists: Catch them all at The Pennysaver Amphitheater! The Pennysaver Amphitheater at Bald Hill, formerly known as the Brookhaven Amphitheater, is an outdoor concert venue operated by Long Island Events, LLC. This showground is located in Farmingville, New York, just 1 mile off of exit 63 of the Long Island Expressway. It contains approximately 3000 seats and vast lawn seating for over 6500.

Thousands of outdoor concerts have been held at Bald Hill for almost 50 years, since 1965. The current amphitheater, however, was built in the late 1980s, at the former site of the Bald Hill Ski Bowl. The Pennysaver Amphitheater is a spacious, 20-acre outdoor facility that provides ample parking and a stress-free experience for all attendees. Newly renovated concession stands provide easy access to all of your favorite foods and refreshments.

In the past years, The Pennsaver Amphitheater has been home to some of the biggest musical acts in history. In addition, the theater has hosted many multi-art festivals such as Beatstock, Freedom Fest and Vets Rock, bringing popular contemporary names to Long Island, such as Big Time Rush, Eric Church and Dierks Bentley. Aside from the biggest names in music, the Pennysaver Amphitheater has organized other exciting shows such as the Cole Brothers Circus, Blues Clues Live and many more in order to appeal to every demographic.

The Pennysaver Amphitheater is filled with the spirit of so many celebrated legends, musicians and performers that have taken to the stage and contributed to the rich history of Bald Hill. The people of Long Island are some of the most enthusiastic fans around, and the Pennysaver Amphitheater allows you to connect with your favorite acts from all around the world!



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