Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center announces the addition of three new big name performances to its summer roster of shows. Such names are: Colbie Caillat featuring Gone West on Sunday, July 14; Warren Haynes on Thursday, July 25; Ryan Montbleau Band on Saturday, August 24.

Tickets on public sale Friday, April 26th at 11am EST.


On Sunday, July 14th, two-time Grammy award winner Colbie Caillat (“Bubbly,” “Try,” “Fallin’ For You”) makes her Westhampton Beach debut with her new band, Gone West.  Caillat, who has sold more than 20 million singles worldwide and has had eight songs in the Billboard Top 10, fronts the new Nashville-based band comprised of multi-platinum singer/songwriter Jason Reeves, four-time Hawaii Music Award Winner Justin Kawika Young and ACM and CMT nominated artist Nelly Joy.

Performing a combination of Colbie’s solo material along with songs from her new collaboration with the band, this is poised to be the musical event of the summer for both Caillat & country fans alike.

Tickets: $95, $85


A cornerstone of the American music landscape and revered as one of the finest guitar players in the world, the Grammy Award winning rock legend, Warren Haynes, at long last returns to WHBPAC on Thursday, July 25th for a rare and intimate acoustic performance.

Throughout his prolific career as part of two of the greatest live groups in rock history – The Allman Brothers Band and Gov’t Mule – as well as the post-Jerry Garcia Grateful Dead – his virtuosic artistry has led to thousands of unforgettable performances and millions of album and track sales.

Tickets: $100, $85


Soulful rocker and rising Americana star, Ryan Montbleau (Band) is set to play the beach stage on Saturday, August 24th at 8pm.

He’s collaborated and shared bills with the likes of Trombone Shorty, Galactic, Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Wood Brothers, and Mavis Staples (to name a few), but it’s his ecstatic headline shows that that has solidified his reputation as a live powerhouse and an inexorable road warrior. NPR’s Mountain Stage compared his “eloquent, soulful songwriting” to Bill Withers and James Taylor, while Relix hailed it “poetic Americana,” and The Boston Herald raved that “he’s made a career of confident, danceable positivity.”

Tickets: $55, $45 




Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center is a year-round, community-based, not-for-profit 501(c)3 arts organization that serves patrons on the East End and beyond. At only 425 seats, WHBPAC offers a profoundly intimate theatre experience for both internationally-acclaimed stars and local young and adult talent. WHBPAC is committed to creating and sustaining an outstanding community for all residents through the arts, arts education, and a leadership role in the Westhampton Beach economy.

For tickets and more information, please visit whbpac.org or call the Box Office at (631) 288-1500



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