Parrotheads & Beach Boys Fans to Descend on Empire City Casino July 30th

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The World-Renowned Landsharks will Perform Trackside Sunday, July 30, 20175-7:30 P.M.

Wouldn’t it be nice to enjoy a taste of Margaritaville without having to travel so far? On Sunday, July 30thEmpire City Casino turns tropical for the ultimate mid-summer party of the season. The Landsharksthe world-renowned Jimmy Buffet and Beach Boys tribute band, will perform an outdoor concert trackside at the legendary Yonkers Raceway. The concert is free to attend with food, beer, and wine available for purchase. The show begins at 5:00 p.m. following a full day of harness racing which begins with at 11:30 a.m. Entry for the concert is limited to guests 21 years and older.


Attendees can revel in the sights and sounds of summer at the Margaritaville-themed event, lounge in Adirondack chairs, dine on scrumptious BBQ, and enjoy a variety of beverages including sangria and spiked lemonade. It’s a great way to take a summer break without having to book a flight for the “good vibrations” visitors will hear. Guests will sing along to such classic hits as “Surfin’ USA,” “Fun, Fun, Fun,” “Cheeseburger in Paradise” and, of course, “Margaritaville.”


“Food, drinks, and music are only part of the fun Empire City Casino offers,” said Taryn Duffy, director of public affairs at Empire City Casino. “As the sixth largest casino in the country, we’re a quick and easy escape for tristate area residents who are looking for fun without the travel.”


The Landsharks are no strangers to performing big shows. The former “House Band” at Margaritaville in Universal Studios has played in concert with both of their tribute artists, opening for the Beach Boys and Jimmy Buffet over the years. Currently, the Landsharks travel around the world playing much more than just tribute songs; they’re known to rock today’s popular music, rock & roll, ballads, and much more.


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