Arts & Entertainment

Local Bands Rock Mahopac

RGK performs. Credits: Photo courtesy of the Recreation and Parks Dept.
The Lookout performs live for only the second time. Credits: Bob Dumas
Amanda Epilito of The Lookout belts out a tune. Credits: Bob Dumas
Grace Goodman plays drums for The Lookout. Credits: Bob Dumas
The crowd boogies to the music. Credits: Bob Dumas
Nancy Slattery and Nina Kallmeyer of the Rec Dept. hand out free popcorn. Credits: Bob Dumas
Tenth graders Olivia Conlin and Victoria McKenzie enjoy the show. Credits: Bob Dumas
Indifferent Matters opened the show. Credits: Photo courtesy of the Recreation and Parks Dept.
Angela Harting and Camile Basile of Mahopac dance to the music. Credits: Bob Dumas
Less Than Zero take the stage. Credits: Bob Dumas
Jamie Buchicchio, the lead singer of Less Than Zero, gets the crowd worked up.

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - The Recreation and Parks Department held its second annual Music Fest at Chamber Park in Mahopac on Saturday, June 16, featuring local rock ‘n’ roll bands Indifferent Matters, The Lookout, Less Than Zero and RGK, who ripped through energizing sets of everything from classic rock to contemporary pop and kept the crowd on its feet. The show was free and drew a good-sized crowd that set up folding chairs and blankets along with some picnic baskets to complete the night out.

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