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Michael Bolton for Groovin' 2015

The Man, The Music MICHAEL BOLTON

With two Grammy Awards, six American Music Awards, eight Top Ten albums, two No. 1 pop singles, and more than 53 million album sales to his credit, Michael Bolton ranks as one of the most successful recording artists of his generation. He has collaborated with everyone from Luciano Pavarotti to Lady Gaga and his 2011 music video “Jack Sparrow,” recorded with the comedic trio Lonely Island, has racked up over 135 million views on YouTube. But the road to mega-stardom started with struggle.

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SUDDENLY… IT’S BILLY OCEAN

CONFIRMED FOR GROOVIN' THE PARK 2015
In 1985, at the height of his fame and success, Billy Ocean appeared on American Bandstand where he was interviewed by “America’s Oldest Teenager,” the late great pop kingmaker Dick Clark. “You had an extraordinary year,” Clark enthused. “I mean it’s a BIG year. You could have a head this big and an ego to fill this room, but you don’t. How do you keep that under control?” Billy Ocean just smiled.

Cocoa Tea Live at Groovin In The Park 2015

CONFIRMED FOR GROOVIN' THE PARK 2015

Lieutenant Stichie Live at Groovin In The Park 2015

CONFIRMED FOR GROOVIN' THE PARK 2015

Morgan Heritage for Groovin' In The Park 2015

Ten Ways To Get Ready for Groovin' In The Park!

  1. Make Travel Plans. The quickest way to reach Roy Wilkins Park from Directions: L. I. R. R. to Jamaica Station.
    Manhattan E-Train to Parsons Blvd (Last Stop) Q-85, Q-84, Q45, Q5 to Merrick & Baisley.
    Brooklyn:  Belt Pkwy East to Van Wyck exit Linden Make Right, Right on Merrick to Baisley.
    Bronx:  Whitestone Bridge to Van Wyck S. to Linden, make left to Merrick Blvd Right to Baisley Blvd.
    Manhattan: Grand Central to Van Wyck S. to Linden, make left to Merrick Blvd Right to Baisley Blvd.

  2. Keep your feet happy. Remember you can bring your own folding chair or a blanket to throw down on the grass to watch the show in comfort. And of course you can always upgrade to a VVIP box.

Getting To Roy Wilkins Park

Roy Wilkins Park is located at the intersection of Merrick Blvd & Baisley Blvd in Jamaica Queens, NY
Use the [+] & [-] buttons on the map below to zoom in or out for details

CLICK HERE FOR DRIVING DIRECTIONS

Gates open at 12:00 PM

Countdown To Groovin

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