Legendary and Exclusive: John Legend To Perform To Sold Out Crowd This Sunday At The Surf Lodge - 27 East

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Legendary and Exclusive: John Legend To Perform To Sold Out Crowd This Sunday At The Surf Lodge

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authorStaff Writer on Jul 11, 2019

This Sunday at The Surf Lodge may be nothing short of “Legendary.”

Singer/songwriter John Legend will be performing in the bar at the iconic Montauk venue in an appearance sponsored by LVE Wines, which Mr. Legend co-owns—but fans who don’t already have tickets shouldn’t expect to see the already sold out show.

Jayma Cardoso, the founder of The Surf Lodge, said the performance may be one of the biggest the restaurant and bar has had.

Because the show is already sold out, officials at The Surf Lodge are asking people who don’t have tickets not to show up expecting to see the show.

“We have 20 security [guards] on site and have alerted the public that we are fully booked,” Ms. Cardoso wrote in an email. “No general admission at the door.”

Ms. Cardoso added that without a reservation, there is no entry. “Unfortunately, If you don’t have a reservation, please don’t come as we will not be able to accommodate you.”

On the company’s webpage, the concert is listed on Sunday’s event page, but only a photo and bio of Mr. Legend are listed, with an option to share the event to social media.

If trying to make a table reservation on the website, it states that there are no tables available that day, or the whole weekend, for that matter.

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