12 Hours of Nonstop Music From Astoria Music and Arts

Posted on May 19, 2010. Filed under: Astoria, Entertainment, Music & Dance, Outdoor Recreation | Tags: , , |

I am always looking for people, places and things that make an impact on our borough. Astoria Music and Arts has done just that. For three years they have been creating a viable music scene right here in our neighborhood. From hosting free concerts in the park to promoting the newest local bands. Saturday May 22nd AMA presents AMandA in the Garden at the Bohemian Beer Hall, a benefit for the Astoria Music Now! – the annual free music and arts festival scheduled to be held this year on Saturday, July 24th in Astoria Park. Astoria’s favorite singer/song writer, Jamie Stellini, will host the day’s events. So grab some german sausage and a beer and take a seat to watch this great event!

From the press release:

Performances include bands from Astoria:  The Missing Teens, Thunderbang!, Little Creatures, Bliminal, The Jamies, Digamy, Freedomhead, Illimanjaro, Mainline Gypsy, RatTrap Bumpkin and Bad Buka with DJ Sambarella on the decks and MC Stellini hosting the event.

12 hours of music, 11 bands all for only 10 dollars.

To learn more about Astoria Music and Arts and for artist links please visit:
http://www.astoriamusicandarts.org

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