Reggae Rum Punch Party at Barley Beach House on Tuesday August 16th

Barley Beach House in Rye will be hosting a Reggae Rum Punch Party on Tuesday August 16th from 6pm to 9pm.    Barley Beach House is the situated at Rye Town Beach overlooking beautiful Long Island Sound.  The restaurants location right on the Sound makes it a very special venue in Westchester County.

The party is to celebrate National Rum Day and will be held on the beach deck right on the sand with gorgeous water views with the perfect summer breeze.

The event will feature a special Island Buffet, and unlimited tastings of Barley’s secret island rum punch cocktails.   First 100 tickets sold will receive a Reggae Rum Punch drink tumbler.

Guests will enjoy the island sounds of reggae band Royal Khaoz.   It should be a jammin’ time!  Seating is first come first serve, but since part of  the party is right on the beach, you can bring a beach chair or blanket.

So slip away to the islands on Tuesday August 16th at Barley Beach House in Rye. See you on the beach!

This event is for guests 21 years and older.

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Barley Beach House

95 Dearborn Avenue Rye New York

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Steely Dan live at the legendary Capitol Theatre, August 10th 12th and 13th

The premier live music venue in our area, The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester New York will present live on stage Steely Dan in a three night stand beginning Wednesday August 10th.

Steely Dan is an icon of rock music having been formed 50 years ago by guitarist Walter Becker and keyboardist/vocalist Donald Fagen after they met at Bard College.  After playing as background musicians for others, the duo set out to Los Angeles to write and record their first album “Can’t Buy a Thrill” which produced three hit songs, “Dirty Work”, “Do it Again” and “ Reeling in the Years”.  The album would be the first of many hit albums for the band.

The duo would quit playing live in the mid 1970s and become a studio only band with a revolving cast of top musical talent playing on their recordings.  The music has always been unique with its fusion of rock, jazz, Latin and blues.  The subject of their songs and the creative lyrics blended well with the intricate musicianship.

Though Walter Becker has passed, Donald Fagen continues on with Steely Dan and this is a great opportunity to see a legend of rock music.

The Capitol Theatre is a true local treasure.  Built in 1926 as a movie theater and over the years this architectural gem has been a movie palace, rock concert venue, catering hall, and once again the premier live music venue in our area.  The Capitol is famous in the late 1960s and 1970s for hosting concerts by Janis Joplin, Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull, and the Greatful Dead. It has been renovated with state of the art sound and light and retains much of its 1920s architectural splendor which makes it so special.

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