Brewster Summer Music Series Announced

The Brewster Summer Music Series in Brewster, NY has announced its lineup for the first annual festival, happening every Saturday night this summer from June 11-July 23.

Brewster Summer Music venue
The venue, photo by Jacque Roche.

Brewster is a town in southeast Putnam County incorporated in 1894. It gets its name from Walter Brewster, who invited the New York and Harlem Railroad to build a depot on his property.

Famous singer Laura Ann Branigan was born in Brewster. Her platinum-certified 1982 single “Gloria,” stayed on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 for 36 weeks. It also peaked at number 2, a record for a female artist, and number one in Australia and Canada.

The free outdoor concert series will feature a lot of different acts. Fundraising to begin the festival started in 2021, and different community businesses helped with it. Those attending are told to bring lawn chairs, blankets, picnic dinners, cold beverages, etc. It will take place at the gazebo at the corner of Railroad and Morningthorpe Avenues in Brewster.


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)

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