East Meadow, NY - September 3, 2014 - Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano presents a tribute to Frank Sinatra by Eddie Sessa at Eisenhower Park’s Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre on Friday, September 5th. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.
Eddie Sessa is one of the top Sinatra “Tribute” performers around. He has wowed audiences from New York to Las Vegas. Many people say that he sounds uncannily like the “Chairman of the Board” himself. He has the same range. He has the timing and phrasing down pat, and he has all of the subtle nuances of Sinatra’s unique delivery of lyrics.
Much of the programming at the Lakeside Theatre is made possible through the Nassau County Hotel/Motel Proceeds Grant, which are proceeds from taxes on hotel and motel rooms in Nassau County. Since 2006, Nassau County has received more than ten million dollars from the Hotel/Motel Proceeds Grant, which also has assisted in historic building restoration and other cultural enhancements.
About Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre
The Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre is located near parking fields 6 and 6A in Eisenhower Park. Lakeside Theatre is a venue with no formal seating. Concertgoers are urged to bring folding chairs or blankets. Special accommodations are available for disabled patrons, including reserved parking, easily accessible restrooms and a convenient reserved location on the hill. Assistive hearing devices are also available upon request for the hearing impaired.
About Eisenhower Park
Eisenhower Park is located in East Meadow, with entrances on Hempstead Turnpike and Merrick Avenue. As one of the largest public spaces in the New York metropolitan area, Eisenhower Park offers a full range of athletic and family activities, including one of the finest swimming facilities in the U.S., three world-class golf courses, dozens of athletic fields and courts, picnic areas, playgrounds, fitness trails and more. For further information, contact the Parks Public Information Office at: (516) 572-0200 or visit the Nassau County Parks, Recreation and Museums website.
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