1. The Wailers In Town: The Wailers play the Sunday at 8 p.m. Reggae music is defined by the songs of Bob Marley and the Wailers. Now apart from Marley, these Wailers have performed with international acts such as Sting, Stevie Wonder, Carlos Santana, as well as reggae legends Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Burning Spear. Their most recent collaborators include Kenny Chesney, Eve, Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat. | Tickets
2. Seventurns Tribute Band: Seventurns, an Allman brothers tribute band, plays at Saturday at 10 p.m. Admission $5.
3. The Basics of Raising Backyard Chickens: A presentation on the basics of raising backyard chickens for food, fun and friendship will be given by Dr. Mark Bridgen, a professor at Cornell University, on Saturday. Begins at noon at New York Thrives, located at 1028a Park Ave. in Huntington.
4. Stanley Clark and George Duke at the Paramount: Part of the theater's Jazz Series Concerts, Stanley Clarke and George Duke will play the Paramount Friday at 8 p.m. Multi-Grammy Award winning Duke has worked with a who's who of musical greats, including Cannonball Adderly, Anita Baker, Miles Davis, Al Jarreau, and Diane Reeves. One of the foremost keyboard pioneers, Duke helped usher in the 70s fusion revolution with his work with Jean Luc Ponty and Frank Zappa. Clarke became the first bassist in history who could double on acoustic and electric bass with equal ferocity, and the first bassist ever to headline tours, selling out shows worldwide. Clarke co- founded the seminal fusion group Return to Forever with Chick Corea. Hes also collaborated with are Quincy Jones, Stan Getz, Art Blakey, Paul McCartney, Keith Richards, and Aretha Franklin.
5. Summer Arts Festival Opening Night Celebration: Saturday's event to feature Cuba Gooding and the Main Ingredient. With more than 40 years as an entertainer, lead vocalist Cuba Gooding has plyed to audiences around the world for decades as the lead singer of The Main Ingredient — he is also the father of Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr. and Image Award nominated actor Omar Gooding. The free show starts at 8:30 p.m. at .