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Thursday, August 04, 2011

Quiksilver Pro NY Concert Line Up Announced: The Flaming Lips Free Show September 9, 2011 Long Beach NY

The Quiksilver Pro New York competition is the first Association of Surfing Professionals world tour event ever held on the East Coast, and will be broadcast nationally on MSG Networks and the music network Fuse. Thirty-four of the world’s top surfers — including Kelly Slater and local pro surfer Balaram Stack — will vie for an unprecedented $1 million prize purse, and the winner will pocket a cool $300,000.

the flaming lips concert september 9th

For information about music performances, see the Quiksilver Pro New York music line-up listed below for more details. Check out the performers and a full schedule below.

Music stage schedule for Quiksilver Pro New York:

Saturday, Sept. 3:

1.) Girl Talk
2.) Saves The Day
3.) Mat Mchugh/The Beautiful Girls Solo & Acoustic
4.) Rudy
5.) ... and a special surprise performance

Sunday, Sept. 4:
1.) Interpol
2.) Portugal. The Man
3.) The Ettes
4.) The English Beat
5.) Bigger Thomas

Monday, Sept. 5 (Labor Day):
1.) Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
2.) Civil Twilight
3.) Blackbells
4.) The Wicked Tomorrow
5.) Wildlife

Tuesday, Sept. 6:
1.) Badfish, a tribute to Sublime
2.) Flight's Kool
3.) Withersby

Wednesday, Sept. 7:
1.) The Benjamins
2.) Temporary Grace
3.) Mike Krum

Thursday, Sept. 8:
1.) State Radio
2.) River City Extension
3.) Andy Suzuki & the Method
4.) Hugo

Friday, Sept. 9:
1.) The Flaming Lips
2.) Q-Tip
3.) Neon Indian
4.) Wavves
5.) Charlotte O'Connor

Saturday, Sept.10:
1.) Benefit Concert hosted by Kelly Slater and friends plus The Max Weinberg Experience
2.) Taking Back Sunday
3.) The Sounds

"According to Quiksilver, shows are scheduled to start at 2 p.m. daily at the music stage. Organizers said that the live site — which will be open to the public at no cost — will have a capacity of about 20,000 people.

City Manager Charles Theofan said that the event is going to be “phenomenal,” and said that as the Quiksilver Pro New York draws closer, he has noticed a growing enthusiasm among Long Beach residents.

“It’s going to be great,” he said. “You know what’s nice? As the buzz is growing louder, we see more and more people are seeing this in a positive light, and are getting really excited about it.”

(via Long Island Herald)

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