Steel Pulse singer David Hinds sings with the band at the Farm Aid concert in Camden, N.J.
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The buzz about Brooklyn’s outdoor, boardwalk showplace is no longer an enigma. The 500-seat, Coney Island Amphitheatre is a reality and is ready to launch its first summer concert series.

For a starter, promoters lured Ziggy Marley from his annual date in Manhattan at Central Park Summerstage to perform with like-minded musicians on a bill tagged Marley & Friends Culture Fest.

The alluring reggae concert promises three for the price of one with British reggae legends Steel Pulse and Maxi Priest along with the seven-time Grammy winner.

Slated for June 25 at the new venue, Marley & Friends Culture Fest also bills Ed Robinson, another legendary reggae recorder.

At least one promoter is banking on the adage that the early bird catches the worm and advance ticket buyers are hoping to cash in on making advance ticket purchases.

The stellar presentation is the first major reggae concert of the season and that it will be held at the West 21st & Surf Ave. should be alluring to music aficionados of all ilk.

Other hot tickets include a diverse selection of presentations from numerous genres. Friday night concerts will also feature fireworks along the boardwalk.

June 25: Ziggy Marley & Steel Pulse

July 01: Impractical Jokers “Santiago Sent Us” Tour

July 03: Sting & Peter Gabriel

July 04: The Beach Boys

July 09: Maxwell

July 10: Hollywood Vampires

July 13: Culture Club

July 15: Jane’s Addiction & Dinosaur Jr.

July 16: 311 & Matisyahu

July 17: KIDZ Bop

July 23: Slightly Stoopid, SOJA, Zion I, The Grouch, Eligh

July 31: Dark Star Orchestra

Aug 03: Erykah Badu

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