Summer Open Second Set

ALT 92.3's Summer Open Set 2 - June 23rd at Forest Hills Stadium

Featuring The Head and the Heart, Young The Giant, Fitz & the Tantrums, Chris Carrabba, and Smith and Thell

Sunday, June 23rd at 3:00pm
Forest Hills Stadium
1 Tennis Pl
Forest Hills, NY 11375
United States
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Event Description:

We’re serving up another show! ALT 92.3 Radio makes it a double for the second day of our inaugural Summer Open on June 23rd, 2019 at Forest Hills Stadium in Forest Hills, NY featuring The Head and the Heart, Young The Giant, Fitz & the Tantrums, Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional, and Smith and Thell.

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SET TIMES
3:30pm Doors
5:00-5:30pm Smith and Thell
6:00-6:45pm Fitz and the Tantrums
6:45-7:15pm Dashboard Confessional (B-Stage)
7:15-8:15pm Young the Giant
8:45-9:59pm The Head and the Heart

June 23rd, 2019 | Forest Hills Stadium | Forest Hills, NY

Featuring performances by:

The Head and the Heart
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The Head and the Heart

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The Head And The Heart have announced their forthcoming LP,  Living Mirage, due out on May 17th on Warner Bros. Records/Reprise. “Missed Connection,” the first single from the new album, is now available to download, stream or watch the lyric video.

Young The Giant
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Young The Giant

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The fourth album from Young the Giant, Mirror Master is a layered meditation on identity in modern life, an emotionally charged look at the dangers of illusion and possibilities of freedom. “Within one single day, we’re all so many different people,” says Gadhia, lead vocalist for the L.A.-based band. “Especially with the use of social media, we’re not just living in the now—we’re living on several different timelines simultaneously. At a time when everyone wants to put each other in a box—culturally, socially, musically—we wanted to show that there are a multitude of reflections inside everything. We don’t have to be a certain thing; we can contradict ourselves and show all these different sides of who we are.”

Fitz and the Tantrums
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Fitz and the Tantrums

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Multi-platinum artists Fitz and the Tantrums have quickly grown from independent upstarts to bonafide hitmakers. The LA-based band is looking forward to a big 2019 with the release of the lead single “123456” from their forthcoming album, and a just-announced North American summer tour.  Their most recent full length – 2016’s “FITZ AND THE TANTRUMS” – spawned the group’s biggest hit to date, “HandClap.” The RIAA-certified 2x Platinum single went top 5 on both the Hot AC and Alternative Radio charts, and also enjoyed major airplay across the country at Top 40.  The band has brought the infectious energy of their live shows to the small screen, with nationally televised performances of “HandClap” on ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars,” “Good Morning America,” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” NBC’s “TODAY,” “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” “America’s Got Talent,” and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the syndicated “Ellen DeGeneres Show” among others.

Fitz and the Tantrums’ eponymous album followed their breakout major label debut, “MORE THAN JUST A DREAM,” which featured back-to-back Platinum-certified, #1 Alternative Radio singles in “The Walker” and “Out Of My League.”  Both singles also enjoyed Top 15 success at Hot AC.  The band has performed countless, sold out headlining shows and is always a standout at music festivals around the world, including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, and more. 

Fitz and the Tantrums are: Michael “Fitz” Fitzpatrick (vocals), Noelle Scaggs (vocals), James King (saxophone, flute), Jeremy Ruzumna (keyboards), Joseph Karnes (bass), and John Wicks (drums, percussion)

Chris Carrabba - Dashboard Confessional
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Chris Carrabba - Dashboard Confessional

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Chris Carrabba had written over a dozen new songs when he uncovered “We Fight,” the opening track on Crooked Shadows, Dashboard Confessional’s seventh album. The song became the launching point for each note that followed, the bar under which each track was measured. It contains a dynamic force, a surging energy, that resonates throughout the album, and reflects back on everything Dashboard Confessional has achieved in the past two decades.

Smith and Thell
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Smith and Thell

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Maria Jane Smith and Victor Thell, collectively known as Smith & Thell, met one another as young teenagers at a local music event in their hometown of Helsingborg in Southern Sweden. Since then, they have spent their time establishing themselves as one of Sweden's most sought after songwriter and producer combos. They’ve contributed as writers on several top-10 radio hits and their songs have been streamed over 500,000,000 times already. 

 

GETTING THERE:

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.

Watch The Head and the Heart In Studio at ALT 92.3