A-Ray of Elvis to perform live Aug. 6

Groups sat six feet apart listening to The Brian and Vicky show, performing in the Gazebo at the first concern on July 29. (PHOTO BY AMY PORTER/THE WESTFIELD NEWS)

HUNTINGTON – On Thursday, Aug. 6, Ray Guillemette, Jr. will perform as A-Ray of Elvis on the Huntington town green in the second show of this year’s Huntington Summer Music series.
For over 20 years, Guillemette has amazed and inspired people with his “A-Ray Of Elvis” show. He is a 10-time international Elvis Tribute Artist and has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Japan.
In addition to his “A Ray of Elvis” show, Guillemette has taken on a new venture, King Kountry since 2011. King Kountry features the hits of Brad Paisley, Trace Adkins, Billy Currington, Easton Corbin, George Straight, Kenny Chesney, and more.
Other upcoming shows include Rock 201 on Aug. 13, and Rosie Porter and the Neon Moons on Aug. 20.
Free Summer Music is on the Huntington town green, located at the intersection of Routes 20 & 112.
Attendees must follow social distancing protocol. Guests must wear masks when walking outside of their seated area, and groups are to be 6ft apart. No pets please.
This year there will be no food or bake sales. Restrooms will not be available. If you are going to stay for the concerts, please park behind town hall or behind Huntington Liquors and allow patrons who wish to sit in their car to park around the town green. In case of rain, concerts will be conducted virtually on Facebook at the same time.
Please be patient and flexible during this time.
Concerts are sponsored by The Huntington Community Events Committee and supported by The Huntington Cultural Council.

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