Battle of the Bands Returns for 21st Year on June 7 - 27 East

Battle of the Bands Returns for 21st Year on June 7

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DEKA, last year's 1st place band. Courtesy PETER STRECKER

DEKA, last year's 1st place band. Courtesy PETER STRECKER

Endless Summar, last year's 2nd place band. Courtesy PETER STRECKER

Endless Summar, last year's 2nd place band. Courtesy PETER STRECKER

The three winning bands from last year. From left to right: DEKA, Endless Summar, The Atomic Pineapple. Courtesy PETER STRECKER

The three winning bands from last year. From left to right: DEKA, Endless Summar, The Atomic Pineapple. Courtesy PETER STRECKER

The Atomic Pineapple, last year's third place band. Courtesy PETER STRECKER

The Atomic Pineapple, last year's third place band. Courtesy PETER STRECKER

Dan Stark on May 29, 2024
The Southampton Youth Bureau’s 21st annual Battle of the Bands is bringing the sound of local bands back to Ponquogue Beach in Hampton Bays on Friday, June 7. The concert... more

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