10 Notable July Events In The Hamptons

Guild Hall East Hampton
Image courtesy of Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY

The Hamptons in July is one of the best times to go. It’s filled with countless events that are made for everyone. From the younger ones to the more settled folks, the Hamptons are the prime spot to be in the summer. The summer weather is hotter than most of the year, and getting a cool cocktail at waterfront bars is highly recommended. There are concerts, workshops for the whole family, and even galas that you can attend. Here are the ten most notable July events in the Hamptons.

Early July

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Credit: The Surf Lodge

Start your summer with a fantastic event at the Surf Lodge. The Summer Music Concert series is on July 2 with the indie act St. Lucia this year. Known for hits like 2013’s Elevate and Dancing on Glass in 2016, it’s expected to be a fun event for residents and travelers. As you already know, the Surf Lodge is the place to be seen, and don’t expect this summer to be any different. 

Summer is the perfect time to buy a new wardrobe, and Sag Harbor just got a new boutique. Located on 17 Washington Street, the new LoveBinetti boutique is a curated assortment of Fashion designer Diego Binetti’s favorite pieces. This is the best way to start if you want to elevate your fashions this summer. 

If you’re in the mood for tall tales and smart music, take a gander at the July 7 Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center musical event featuring Alan Cumming & Ari Shapiro. It’s expected to entail many laughs, some boppy hits, and even a tale that will hit the rumor mill once or twice this summer. 


If you’re a fan of anything Broadway, you have to check out this benefit concert at the recently renovated Guild Hall. Spend an evening with famed artist, actor, and overall powerhouse Billy Porter on July 12 at 8 pm. The East Hampton event is expected to sell out, so get your tickets now to see the Grammy award-winning star and the recently renovated Guid Hall. 

Jazz is returning, and the Southampton Arts Center on July 13 is the place to be. As part of the Jazzfest series running this summer, Akiko Tsugura headlines the July 13 event. Hailing from Osaka, Japan, Tsugura is a musical prodigy. Her love for the art form has garnered top positions on the National Radio Jazz Chart, and it would be a pity to miss her if you’re a fan of the genre. 

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Credit: Art & Soul

Summer is the best time to unwind and relax, and what better way to do so than at the Art & Soul Hamptons – The Culture Experience at the Southampton Arts Center? This unique event on July 19 is not just about fun and culture; it’s also about supporting the Hamptons black and brown community. With activities like an art walk, live music, delicious soul cuisine, and a special event honoring the Native American Shinnecock tribe, there’s something for everyone. And by attending, you’ll be directly supporting local black-owned businesses, making a real difference in our community. 

Late July 

If you’re in East Hampton on July 20, you and your family have to attend the 8th Annual Green Beetz Day. This fun event is dedicated to showing children the importance of good eating with educational programs to create sustainable eating habits for your little ones. There will be events like food and cooking demonstrations, eco-friendly pop-ups, and arts/crafts. Tickets start at $150, but the investment in your child’s future health and well-being is priceless. The gastronomic lessons they will learn will last them a lifetime. 

Green Beetz East Hampton
Credit: Green Beetz

Gather the family and head to the 14th Annual Family Fair at the Children’s Museum of the East End. This year, the theme is Happy Camper, and the adorable fest will have tons of events, including a special Trail Mix that contains DJs, games, water rides, food trucks, and more. The event ends before noon, so get an early start. Tickets sold at the event support the museum and its various programs. 

Score tickets to Jeff Goldblum & Mildred Snitzer Orchestra on July 25. The concert will be held at the Canoe Place Inn on East Montauk Highway. The famed Jurassic Park actor will headline the event, and tickets are expected to sell out faster than a Velociraptor. 

Barely two months old, Montauks Shark Bar is making waves. The new beachside bar is the brainchild of the teams behind Mavericks Montauk, Vanessa Price, and James Beard-nominated chef Jeremy Blutstein. The indoor/outdoor bar is already getting rave reviews, and if you’re looking to cool down with a fun cocktail and an incredible beach backdrop, this is the place for you. 

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Emy Rodriguez
Emy Rodriguez Flores is a travel journalist originally from Arecibo, Puerto Rico. His writing has appeared in Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire, Cosmopolitan, Country Living, and Popular Mechanics. He enjoys traveling and writing stories from a different perspective.