Martin Luther King Jr, summer concert series, Brooklyn borough president, eric adams

Beginning this Monday, the Martin Luther King Jr. Concert Series and the Seaside Summer Concert Series will feature a host that is all too familiar with Brooklyn-based audiences.  Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is slated to host both concert series events that offer dynamic lineups of well-known artists like Big Daddy Kane, Tank and Kool & the Gang.

The Martin Luther King Jr. Concert Series is free to the public and is held Monday nights at 7:30 pm at Wingate Field, which is located on Brooklyn Avenue between Rutland Road and Winthrop Street opposite Kings County Hospital.  There are limited seats in the general seating area available on a first come – first served basis. The public is encouraged to bring their own chairs.

The Seaside Summer Concert Series has a limited number of tickets available to the public for all shows beginning at 12 noon, two days prior to each event at the Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk box office. Tickets are distributed on a first come first served basis.  For more information, please click this link.


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  1. I’m sorry I missed the concert this past Monday been going for the Last 5 Years however ,one of your Brooklynites ,Reginald A. Fraser turned me onto your concerts. I’ve been hooked ever since! I travel from Connecticut to come to your concerts and I sit in the waiting line from as early as 8 a.m. until the concerts starts between 7:or 8o’clock at night!!,two people particularly No 3 people stand out to me Miss cookie who’s always in line, the soda lady with the straw hat and the dreads and the gentleman that does the splits always on stage hes from WBLS i believe can’t remember his name but ,Thank you so much !For making me feel right at home when I come there it’s like I was born and raised in Brooklyn so for those 12 hours that I’m there, it’s home ?thanks you BROOKLYN ! Just a little LOVE from CONNECTICUT???

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