Get ready to rock and laugh at the Suffolk Theater for summer 2022

The Suffolk Theater is by far the largest performance venue in the North Fork, which means its summer lineup is sure to be exciting. Find out what’s in store.

Memorial Day weekend begins with an energetic rock concert featuring BoDeans on Saturday May 28. And the Sunday, That band from the 70s bring to life the sounds of the Commodores, The Sunshine Band and other icons of the era.


June starts with Spotlight on Broadway – which showcases the talents of five stars of the scene, hand-picked by New York casting director/producer Stephen DeAngelis – on Saturday, June 4. Then on June 5, Del-Satins by Stan Zizka perform hits like their 1962 song “Teardrops Follow Me.” June 11, Jukebox by Max Weinberg gives the public a chance to participate with a highly interactive and energetic performance of crowd-chosen songs on Sunday, June 12, Jake Shimabukuro proves there’s no genre he can’t play on his trusty ukulele.

Max Weinberg

On Friday June 17, the Suffolk Theater presents a never-before-seen screening of Jimi Hendrix, Prince, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Winder, Michael Jackson and other musical icons in a Juneteenth Tribute to Black Music Heroes. That Saturday, The Moondogs pay tribute to the legendary Sir Paul McCartney on his 80th birthday with note-for-note renditions of his greatest hits, and Sunday, June 19 is A Soul Night with Brian Owensa Grammy-nominated artist.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy rocks at the Suffolk Theater on Friday June 24, with their vibrant fusion of jazz, swing and dixieland. The following day, the acclaimed comedian Robert Klein will have audiences in stitches with its unique brand of comedy styles. Then on Thursday, June 30, ray forever will bring the spirit and sound of the late great Ray Charles to Riverhead.


July starts rolling with Telecaster Masters GE Smith and Jim Weider on Saturday, July 3. The next step is Don Felderformer Eagles guitarist, Thursday July 7, followed by the 17 award-winning musicians Glenn Crytzer Orchestra on July 8 and a special live theatrical performance of love letterswith Mercedes Ruehl and Harris Yulin on July 9. The Doo Wop Project will take the public on a journey through the history of a flagship genre on Saturday July 16 and this Sunday, Albert Cummings will burst onto the stage of the Suffolk Theater with his unmistakable blues rock sound.

On Saturday July 23, The Linda Ronstadt Experience will feature the songs that made Ronstadt famous. Then on Friday, July 29, UTOPIA by Kasim Sulton will feature the many songs from Utopia in which Sulton can be heard. On Saturday July 30, John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band will show the talent that made the Eddie and the cruisers the film’s soundtrack goes triple platinum, and the great kings of Ireland will play the month on July 31.

Rob Schneider
Rob Schneider


The August lineup kicks off quickly on Monday August 1st with Vegas Edwards twins featuring two brothers and, through the power of makeup illusions, 100 stars including Cher, Billy Joel, Barbra Streisand, Andrea Bocelli and many more. Channeling the sound of jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt, Django Festival All-Stars will rock the stage on Tuesday, August 2. comedy legend Rob Schneider returns to the Suffolk Theater on Thursday August 4, and in a funny double, Riverhead will learn on Friday August 5 that, according to comedian Mike Delamont, god is a scottish drag queen.

Billy Joel’s band The Lords of 52nd Street will wow audiences on Saturday, August 13 and Atlanta Rhythm Section will present their classic southern rock sound on Sunday August 14th. The last August show currently announced is The Neil Diamond Experiencea unique tribute to a musical icon, on Friday August 19th.

The Suffolk Theater is located at 118 East Main Street, Riverhead. For tickets and more information, visit

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