Gallery: The Beach Boys at Bold Point Park

Legendary band opens first season of Waterfront Productions concerts in East Providence

Photos by Rich Dionne
Posted 8/9/17

EAST PROVIDENCE — The first season of Waterfront Productions concerts at Bold Point Park in city kicked off Wednesday night, Aug. 9, with a performance by legends The Beach Boys fronted by Mike …

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Gallery: The Beach Boys at Bold Point Park

Legendary band opens first season of Waterfront Productions concerts in East Providence

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EAST PROVIDENCE — The first season of Waterfront Productions concerts at Bold Point Park in city kicked off Wednesday night, Aug. 9, with a performance by the Grammy Award-winning and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band, The Beach Boys, fronted by Mike Love along with Bruce Johnston, Scott Totten, Jeffrey Foskett, Brian Eichenberger, Tim Bonhomme, and John Cowsill. Dancing and cheering fans packed the park. Out on the water, boaters slid their vessels as close to the land as possible to get a glimpse of the concert.

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