70s bands and bingo bring good vibes


Get in the mood with bands and bingo celebrating the 70s.


Get out your bell bottoms, pet stones and mood rings and celebrate the 70s at these groovy Long Island events.


70s bingo and disco music


Thursday April 14 at 7 p.m.


American Beauty Bar & Grill


2562 Sunrise Highway. Bellmore


(516) 308-3214


American Beauty Bar & Grill in Bellmore is hosting 70s music and disco bingo with fun, cover-less prizes. Reservations required. Dial (516) 541-1075.


45 rpm


Friday, April 15 – Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m.


89 North Music Room


89 North Ocean Ave, Patchogue


Tickets start at $10


Come rejoice in Long Island’s fan-favorite 45, dubbed the “Happiest Band Alive,” as they perform AM radio hits from the 70s at the North Music Venue in Patchogue. Get “addicted to a feeling” as you sing the songs you’ll remember from The Carpenters, Tony Orlando and Dawn, Cher, David Cassidy and The Partridge Family, and more. These are the songs you thought you hated, but find out you really like. The show is for ages 21 and up. Tickets available for online purchase.


Can’t do this show? The good mood will continue during the band’s show at the Warehouse in Amityville on Friday April 23 at 7 p.m.




70s Rock Parade


Friday April 15 at 7 p.m.


Plattdeutsche Park, 1132 Hempstead Turnpike, Franklin Square


(516) 354-3131


70s Rock Parade takes you back to the decade of bell bottoms and platform shoes, playing rock hits from Rod Stewart, Wings, The Rolling Stones, and more. They will perform at Plattduetsche Park Beer Hall on April 15.


That band from the 70s


Saturday April 30


TOBAY Beach Car Show


TOBAY Beach


Free




It’s a dance party on the beach as That ’70s Band performs your favorite disco and funk music at Long Island’s TOBAY Beach Car Show. It’s a free day of fun for the whole family with hundreds of classic, custom and retro automobiles and trucks, vendors, exhibits and food trucks.

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