Ringo wants your help! Birthday wish for Wed. July 7th

Ki writes:

Today, Wednesday, July 7, 2010, is Ringo Starr’s 70th Birthday. For his birthday, Ringo asks that everyone — no matter where they are — flash the peace sign, and call out “peace and love”. You can read more about Ringo Starr’s birthday wish at the Liverpool Daily Post.

The DHPAC/Dix Hills Performing Arts Center community loves the Beatles. See a video of a recent Beatles show above. The end credits include local band Mostly Moptop performing Octopus’s Garden. We present many Beatles programs. Next one I see on the calendar is coming up in October. Though, check it out for yourself: here. And, note that a lot of people at DHPAC/Five Towns College slip Beatles songs into their repertoire.

“Music of Bon Jovi” – This Friday Evening

by Steve Briody

This Friday night’s concert [July 9, 2010] is sure to be an enjoyable one. We’re very fortunate to have “Bad Medicine” here to pay tribute to the music of Bon Jovi. They do a very impressive job, and you’ll be glad you attended. I hope to see you there.

This Friday, July 9th – showtime 7:30pm.

Tickets are still available….we’ve had some sellouts recently.
Tx for show: here.

Feel free to leave feedback….we’re always glad to see that!

Regards, SB

While your relaxing…treat yourself to a show

Besides being all relaxing and festive, 4th of July weekend reminds me how fun it is to spend a summer evening being entertained in air-conditioned splendor. Why not use a few spare moments this holiday weekend to review the July schedule at DHPAC and sign up for a show or two at our wonderful, cozy (500 seats), air-conditioned theater? The smorgasbord of choices include: rock ‘n roll, comedy theatre, stand-up comedy, and a piano recital. How cool is that?
- Ki

July Events at DHPAC/Dix Hills Performing Arts Center
at Five Towns College, Long Island, NY:

Click on a show to learn more and buy tickets…

Friday,  July 9: 
The Best of Bon Jovi Performed by Bad Medicine

Saturday,  July 10:
Direct From Last Comic Standing, Michele Balan & Friends

Weekend of July 18:
American Dating Catastrophes – World Premiere Comedies

Friday,  July 23:
Hits by The Rolling Stones Performed by Streetfighter

Saturday,  July 24:
Music of Heart with Heartless and Foreigner with Headgames

Sunday,  July 25:
The Language of Love with Judith Alstadter:
Memorable works for piano, celebrating love!

Friday,  July 30: 
Celebrating Steely Dan with Stealin’ Dan

Saturday,  July 31:
The Best of Creedence Clearwater Revival with GREEN RIVER

Summer fun: Outdoor concerts with FTC Pops

Next show is Wednesday, July 21, 2010 at Clark Botanical Gardens. See deankarahalis.com more for info and performance dates.

The Stars and Stripes forever with FTC Pops:

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