A new musical event is heading to Babylon Village’s gazebo at Argyle Park next month.

On Saturday, Aug.10, the Babylon Beautification Society will be hosting its first-ever Gazebo-Palooza— a night filled with live music, beer and wine, and snacks.

The free-to-enter outing will run from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. with performances by the Gallagher Brothers Band. Beer and wine will cost $5 per drink. Also, The Local will be selling burgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches, while Kilwins will be offering ice cream.

“It will be a great night to just come down listen to some great music and hang out,” said Frank Petruzzo, of the Babylon Beautification Society (BBS).

There will be raffles as well to win grand prizes.

But make sure to bring a lawn chair or a blanket, Petruzzo reminded GreaterBabylon.

All the money raised from the family-friendly party will go toward helping the nonprofit’s Babylon railroad area beautification project.

Last year, the BBS planted over a dozen trees by the train station, and now have plans to upgrade a loitering haven plot of land across from The Local, on the corner of Railroad Avenue and Depot Place.

If you are interested in attending the Gazebo-Palooza, click here.

Top: A packed Argyle Park Gazebo at last year’s Argyle Art Fair.