Nathan Dean and The Damn Band Return to Smithtown in the 2023 End of Summer Free Country Music Concert at Hoyt Farm
Nathan Dean and The Damn Band return to Smithtown for an end of the Summer free country music concert live on stage at Hoyt Farm. On Saturday, August 26th, 2023, residents are invited to enjoy Nathan Dean and The Damn Band as they make Smithtown the last stop on their coast-to-coast Unsupervised Tour. The free concert, sponsored by Cosentino Companies, will kick off at 7pm, with access to the Hoyt Farm grounds opening up at 6pm. Parking inside of Hoyt Farm will be reserved for Smithtown Residents only. In the event of rain, the concert will take place on Sunday, August 27th, 2023, starting at 7pm, with access to Hoyt Farm opening to concert goers at 6pm.
“We were ecstatic when we learned that Nathan Dean and The Damn Band wanted to return to Smithtown. Last year’s concert at the bluff was so incredible that people are still talking about it. I want to thank Cosentino Companies for sponsoring this event so that this concert could be brought to the community absolutely free. I’d also like to thank and acknowledge David Capo, who originally introduced us to the band, in addition to the team at Hoyt Farm and the Parks Department. This band is the real deal… They are phenomenal country music artists who put on a spectacular show you won’t want to miss. On behalf of the Town Board, we look forward to seeing many good friends and local families enjoying a night of country music as the sun sets on the Summer season.” - Supervisor Ed Wehrheim
Concert access will open promptly at 6pm. Parking is limited and will be restricted to Smithtown Residents only. Residents should bring lawn/beach chairs, or blankets to enjoy the show comfortably.
Hoyt Farm Nature Preserve is located at 200 New Hwy, in Commack, NY.
About Nathan Dean and The Damn Band -
Nathan Dean: Lead Singer and Guitar, Jason Judd: Lead Guitar and Back up Vocals, Bill Bogan: Drums and Back up Vocals, Chris Duke: Bass
Founded in Arizona in 2005, Nathan Dean and the Damn Band are a prime example of hard work paying off. Playing well over 200 shows a year and regularly touring across the country, they've gone from a weekend warrior bar band to a high energy, crowd pleasing, headlining band, thanks mostly to their drive and their incredible fan base. From catchy and heartfelt originals to country/rock and pop favorites, once you see a show you'll understand why they're one of the most sought after bands on the touring scene right now. They've shared the stage with artists like: Dylan Scott, LOCASH, Big and Rich, Cody Johnson, Randy Rogers Band, Diamond Rio, Eric Church and countless others… They were recently nominated for 3 Josie awards in 2021 for Entertainer, Artist and Group of the year.