Alt 92.3 Summer Open in Forest Hills

ALT 92.3's Summer Open Set 1 - June 22nd at Forest Hills Stadium - SOLD OUT

Featuring The Lumineers, The Revivalists, Sharon Van Etten, Catfish & the Bottlemen + Matt Maeson

Forest Hills Stadium
1 Tennis Pl
Forest Hills, NY 11375
United States

Event Description:

ALT 92.3 is proud to announce the inaugural Summer Open on June 22nd, 2019 at Forest Hills Stadium in Forest Hills, NY featuring The Lumineers, The Revivalists, Sharon Van Etten, Catfish & the Bottlemen and Matt Maeson.


JUST IN: A limited number of single-day tickets for the sold out June 22 ALT 92.3 Summer Open at Forest Hills Stadium are being released TODAY! Get yours starting at 12PM Eastern at or without service fees at the venue box office!

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 SET TIMES: Saturday, June 22nd

3:30pm Doors
4:45-5:15pm Matt Maeson (B-Stage)
5:15-5:45pm Catfish & the Bottlemen
6:15-7:00pm Sharon Van Etten
7:30-8:30pm The Revivalists
9:00-9:59pm The Lumineers

June 22nd, 2019 | Forest Hills Stadium | Forest Hills, NY

Featuring performances by:

The Lumineers
(Provided photo)

The Lumineers

Denver, Colorado’s The Lumineers released their eponymous debut album through Nashville’s Dualtone in 2012. The triple platinum album garnered two GRAMMY nominations and spawned the chart-topping platinum singles, “Ho Hey” and “Stubborn Love”. The band also served as Saturday Night Live’s musical guest on January 19, 2013.

After years of touring the world in support of their debut album, the band released the follow up Cleopatra on Dualtone, in 2016. The platinum album debuted #1 on both Billboard’s Top 200 Albums Chart and the UK Albums Chart and featured the gold title track as well as the platinum single, “Ophelia”. The tour in support of Cleopatra included two sold out shows at Madison Square Garden and one at the Hollywood Bowl.

The band has also supported two of their musical heroes, including opening up for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on his last tour as well as U2 on their “Joshua Tree Tour” in 2017. The band was also invited as guests to visit the Obama White House twice in 2016.


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The Revivalists
(Photo: Zackery Michael)

The Revivalists

Some people say luck is the intersection of hard work and opportunity. The Revivalists have been on an unbelievable ride where ten years of tireless hard work was unexpectedly revved up by the wrongly dubbed “overnight success” of the gold-selling #1 single “Wish I Knew You.” Like any enduring band worth its salt, they set their sights on what’s next, buckling down and turning up with an album full of tunes marked by moments of sonic complexity, celebration, and catharsis, taking their songcraft to a whole new level.

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Sharon Van Etten
(Provided photo)

Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten’s Remind Me Tomorrow comes four years after Are We There, and reckons with the life that gets lived when you put off the small and inevitable maintenance in favor of something more present. Throughout Remind Me Tomorrow, Sharon Van Etten veers towards the driving, dark glimmer moods that have illuminated the edges of her music and pursues them full force. With curling low vocals and brave intimacy, Remind Me Tomorrow is an ambitious album that provokes our most sensitive impulses: reckless affections, spirited nurturing, and tender courage. 

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Catfish and the Bottlemen
(Photo: Jill Furmanovsky)

Catfish & the Bottlemen

Catfish and the Bottlemen are practically of “no fixed abode” due to near constant touring and recording since 2014, when their platinum-certified debut album The Balcony surfaced. Preparing fans for a raft of new material to follow their 2016 gold-certified album The Ride, the band is led out of the studio and onto even bigger stages by venerated frontman and songwriter, Van McCann, along with Johnny Bond (lead guitar), Benji Blakeway (bass), and Bob Hall (drums).    

Their eagerly anticipated 2019 live announcements come following a triumphant summer that saw them command headline slots across several major UK festivals, and break new ground internationally appearing at top festivals in Italy, Spain, France, and the United States. The past eighteen months has seen the band claim their place as a bona fide arena band at home, adding an already sold-out UK arena tour in February 2019 to an impressive list of previously conquered stages.

They are also finding time to revisit Australia for the third time in two years when they kick off a national tour in Tasmania at the end of 2018.   Audiences from Manchester to Melbourne, London to Los Angeles, Newcastle to New York, and everywhere in between have been engulfed by the swell of eager sentiment propelled from a vociferous fanbase. Catfish and the Bottlemen possess a magnetic and dynamic focal point in McCann, renowned for posing everyday, easily-identifiable observations through his lyrics.  

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Matt Maeson
(Photo: Alexis Gross)

Matt Maeson

Growing up in Virginia, Matt Maeson got his start performing for inmates at maximum-security prisons across America at age 17. “I’d get up and do these acoustic songs on my guitar, and they’re still the best shows I’ve ever done,” says the Austin-based singer/songwriter. “You’re playing for all these people who are treated like they’re monsters, and it feels like spreading some light into a really dark place.”

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The best way to arrive to Forest Hills Stadium is on public transportation. Strolling from the subway or LIRR along the streets of Forest Hills is a part of the iconic venue experience.

Please note: there is no parking at the venue or on the streets near the venue. For your own convenience, please do not plan to drive here and park.

Be sure to board on one of the first four cars when taking the LIRR to Forest Hill Stadium.