2021 Bronx Summer Concert Series

Published on July 18, 2021, 8:38 am
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Join Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. to kick-off the 2021 Summer Concert Series at Orchard Beach.

This summer, as part of the series, Borough President Diaz will host different concerts, from July through September, at Orchard Beach — The Bronx Riviera — featuring a wide-variety of artists, including local solo artists and dance teams. The series finale will take place on Labor Day Weekend.

“The Bronx has been nurturing ground for the development of a lot of types of musical genres, and my office and our sponsors have worked hard to keep that musical tradition alive,” said Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. “Music is a part of our identity in The Bronx, and our concert series helps add to that longstanding legacy of great music that comes out of our borough. I am thrilled to be back together at Orchard Beach this summer.”

The Bronx Summer Concert Series at Orchard Beach, Section 9, sponsored by BronxCare Health System, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, Empire City Casino, Ponce Bank, Latino Sports, The New York City Parks Department, the Bronx Tourism Council, The Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation and The Office of The Bronx Borough President, begins Sunday, July 18, 2021, from 01:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m., with Brenda K. Starr and Johnny Mambo & Friends, ft. Pepito Gomez.

This year’s concert series lineup includes (subject to change):

  • July 18 – Brenda K. Starr & Johnny Mambo Ft. Pepito Gomez;
  • July 25 – Rey de la Paz & Son Del Monte;
  • August 08 – Mambo Legends Orchestra;
  • August 15 – The Nelson Gonzalez All Stars;
  • August 22 – The Dream Team All Stars;
  • September 05 – El Gran Combo.

The flyer for the concert can be downloaded here.


2021 Bronx Summer Concert Series
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