The Suffolk Theater is easily the largest venue in the North Fork, which means the summer program is sure to be exciting. Check out what’s in stock.
Memorial Day weekend kicks off with a high-energy rock concert BoDeans on Saturday May 28th. And on Sunday, That ’70s band will revive the sounds of The Commodores, The Sunshine Band and other icons of the era.
June starts with Broadway Spotlight – which showcases the talents of five stage stars handpicked by New York casting director/producer Stephen DeAngelis – on Saturday, June 4th. Then on June 5th, Del Satins by Stan Zizka will perform hits like their 1962 song “Teardrops Follow Me.” On June 11th Max Weinberg’s jukebox gives the audience the opportunity to engage in a highly interactive and energetic performance of audience-selected songs, next time on Sunday 12th Jake Shimabukuro proves there’s no genre he can’t play on his trusty ukulele.
On Friday 17 June, Suffolk Theater presents a never-before-seen screening of Jimi Hendrix, Prince, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Winder, Michael Jackson and other music icons rolled into one Juneteenth Tribute to the Heroes of Black Music. that saturday The moon dogs pay tribute to the legendary Sir Paul McCartney on his 80th birthday with note-for-note renditions of his greatest hits, and Sunday 19th June A Night of the Soul with Brian Owensa Grammy-nominated artist.
Big bad voodoo daddy swings to the Suffolk Theater on Friday 24th June with their lively fusion of jazz, swing and Dixieland. Acclaimed comedian the next day Robert Klein will keep the audience in suspense with his unique comedy styling. Then on Thursday 30. Forever beam will bring the spirit and sound of the late, great Ray Charles to Riverhead.
July is rolling Master of the Telecasters GE Smith and Jim Weider on Saturday, July 3rd. Next up Don Fieldsformer lead guitarist of The Eagles, on Thursday July 7th, followed by the award-winning 17-piece Glenn Crytzer Orchestra on July 8th and a very special live theater performance by love letterswith Mercedes Ruehl and Harris Yulin, on July 9th. The Doo-Wop Project will take audiences on a journey through the history of a pivotal genre on Saturday 16 July and Sunday. Albert Cummings will burst onto the stage at the Suffolk Theater with its distinctive blues-rock sound.
On Saturday, July 23, The Linda Ronstadt Experience presents the songs that made Ronstadt famous. Then on Friday, July 29th, Kasim Sulton’s utopia will contain the many Utopia songs in which Sulton can be heard. On Saturday July 30th John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band will show the talent that made them Eddie and the cruisers The film soundtrack is certified triple platinum The High Kings of Ireland will host the month on July 31st.
The August lineup begins promptly on Monday, August 1st with Vegas Edwards twins with two brothers and through the power of makeup illusions, 100 stars including Cher, Billy Joel, Barbra Streisand, Andrea Bocelli and many others. Channeling the sound of jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt, All-Stars of the Django Festival will rock the stage on Tuesday, August 2nd. comedy legend Rob Schneider returns to the Suffolk Theater on Thursday August 4th and in a hilarious double-whammy on Friday August 5th, Riverhead learns that according to comedian Mike Delamont God is a Scottish drag queen.
Billy Joel’s band The Gentlemen of 52nd Street will delight the audience on Saturday, August 13th Atlanta Rhythm Section will showcase their classic southern rock sound on Sunday 14th August. The final August show currently announced is The Neil Diamond Experiencea unique tribute to a musical icon, on Friday 19th August.
The Suffolk Theater is located at 118 East Main Street, Riverhead. Visit suffolktheater.com for tickets and more information.