Scouthaven

Suffolk County Council Camporee - April 26 - 28, 2013

The Big Show

Name Position District email
Bill DunnCo-ChairCouncilprogramvp@sccbsa.org
Pat KellyCo-ChairBenjamin Tallmadgepkelly@stallercenter.com

The Big Show will be the perfect ending to a great day. The big screen will be showing pictures from the day as the expected 5,000+ people fill the arena. Once the show starts it's only keeps getting better. From celebrating Scouting to watching how Suffolk County Council has evolved through the years, to some great entertainment and the amazing laser light finale. It's a show that celebrates the spirit of Scouting and reminds us all that Scouting is alive and well here in Suffolk County.

Confirmed Performers:

  • Miles to DaytonMiles to Dayton - Miles to Dayton has headlined performances at the Patchogue Theater and sold out the Boulton Center, with notable gigs at the Paramount Theatre, Great South Bay Music Festival, and the NoFo Rock and Folk Festival. They've been the featured artist at the Acoustic Long Island Podcast and Summer Concert, and have performed in venues from NYC (Canal Room, Arlene's Grocery) to Montauk (The Stephen Talkhouse). Equally at home in the acoustic or full band setup, m2d has shared the stage with the likes of The Subdudes, Leslie West, Jorma Kaukonen, Tom Paxton, Jen Chapin, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, and Richie Havens, to name a few.
  • Rachel HankersRachel Hankers - Rachel headlined the Suffolk County Council 2010 Camporee at just the age of 14 and was so well received by the audience that we invited her back to perform an expanded set this year. Rachel has been busy the past few years - check out her American Idol Season 12 Road to Hollywood video - and is currently a leading contender in MSG's "The Talent Show".
  • LasertainmentLasertainment - Lasertainment produces and performs high quality shows all over the country and internationally. Lasertainment has won many international awards and has produced thousands of laser shows that have been viewed by millions of people.

Big news for Cub Scouts and their families, too! Cub Scout activities will end at 6:00 PM, but that's no reason to go home. Stay with us for The Big Show! Food and beverage concessions will stay open to feed Cub Scouts and family members after 6:00 PM. Grab a hot dog, hamburger, or chicken sandwich dinner, then head on over to The Big Show field to be entertained by "Cirque de Southaven" prior to The Big Show. Clowns, magicians, jugglers, and others will be on hand to keep you entertained until sunset, when The Big Show starts!