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Jamaica residents won’t have to imagine living without Michael Bolton this summer.

The Grammy Award-winning singer is taking the stage on June 28, along with Billy Ocean and a long lineup of other musicians, for the Groovin’ In The Park Concert being held at Roy Wilkins Park, located at the intersection of Merrick and Baisley boulevards.

The family-friendly event, presented by The Door Restaurant in Jamaica, is a daylong celebration of reggae rhythm and blues.

Bolton and Ocean, who won a Grammy in 1985, will join other bands and artists including Cocoa Tea, Luciano, Capleton, Morgan Heritage and Lieutenant Stitchie.

Gates for the annual summer concert, which was started in 2011, open at 11 a.m., three hours prior to the performance.

Previous performers to take the stage at Groovin’ In The Park include Gladys Knight, Jimmy Cliff, Boyz II Men, Patti LaBelle and more.

Tickets are available here and are $49.99 for early general admission and $149.99 for VIP tickets. Children 12  and under receive free admission.

Tickets can also be purchased at The Door Restaurant at 163-07 Baisley Blvd.; The Smokehouse Restaurant at 200-05 Linden Blvd.; VP Records at 170-21 Jamaica Ave.; and Silver Krust at 1695 President St.

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