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La Pompe Attack Brings Gypsy Jazz to the Brewster Summer Music Series!
June 18 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFREE!
The Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition (TOSCAC) a 501C(3) nonprofit organization, will present a FREE Outdoor Summer Music Series at the Veterans Park Gazebo in Brewster, NY. The series kicks off Saturday, June 11, 2022 from 6-8 pm. The concert series will continue for a total of 7 weeks through July 23, 2022, and feature local musicians from a variety of music genres. Grammy nominated Gypsy Jazz artist, Doug Munro and La Pompe Attack will headline the July 16th event. Doug’s latest release, “Doug Munro and La Pompe Attack: The Harry Warren Songbook” is a Gypsy Swing infused tribute to Doug’s great uncle Harry Warren. The CD features guitarists Howard Alden, Vic Juris, Vinny Raniolo, Ted Gottsegen and Ernesto Pugliese along with violinists Howie Bujese and Andrei Matorin and bassists Matt Dwonszyk and Michael Goetz.
BREWSTER SUMMER MUSIC SERIES LINEUP
June 11 -Light Warriors (Global Rock, Funk, Reggae)
June 18 – Fat City Rockers (Rockabilly, Surf, Oldies)
June 25 – Plåsm (Explorative Progressive, Funk, Improvisation)
July 2 – Real Stormin Norman (Latin, New Orleans Jazz, Boogie Woogie, Blues)
July 9 – 1/3 of Sophie (Sweet, Funky, Spacey Arrangements)
July 16 – La Pompe Attack (Gypsy, Jazz, Hot Swing Sound)
July 23 – Way Behind the Sun (Traditional & Original Country Music)
Plans for the 2022 series include joint promotions with local food vendors for pre-ordered family picnics to go. Local vendors interested in participating are encouraged to reach out to the series committee at email@example.com.
Veterans Field is located at the corner of Railroad and Morningthorpe Avenues in Brewster, the park is easily accessed via multiple transportation options including a scenic drive along the East Branch Reservoir along Route 22 North. The location is also a 10-minute drive from exit 10 along Route 684. Concert attendees may also find convenience traveling via MTA Metro-North’s Hudson Line to the Brewster Station, as the gazebo is a 5-minute walk away. Hartransit runs a shuttle bus service for those traveling between Danbury, CT and the Brewster Train Station.