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Monday, June 07, 2010

It's outdoor music festival time, so get out there and send us pics to add to our slideshow. Last week, Living Colour took on Summerstage in Central Park, Yeasayer and KeepAway set up kits on Governors Island and The Futureheads beat the heat and played the Music Hall of Williamsburg.

We weren't there, but fortunately, you were. Check out more shots you snapped here.

If you see live music in NYC, send us your pictures! Include a link to your website or Flickr in the comments below, or email culturedesk@wnyc.org.

Pretty Lights performed at Terminal 5 in Midtown on June 4.
Alexis Maindrault
Pretty Lights performed at Terminal 5 in Midtown on June 4.
Ebony Bones performed at Summerstage in Central Park on June 5.
Alexis Maindrault
Ebony Bones performed at Summerstage in Central Park on June 5.
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Yeasayer performed on Governors Island on June 6.
The Futureheads performed at Music Hall of Williamsburg on June 1.
A Horse WIth No Name Photography/flickr
The Futureheads performed at Music Hall of Williamsburg on June 1.
Craig Taborn performed with the Lotte Anker Trio at The Stone in the East Village on June 3.
Peter Gannushkin/flickr
Craig Taborn performed with the Lotte Anker Trio at The Stone in the East Village on June 3.
Living Colour performed at Summerstage in Central Park on June 5.
Alexis Maindrault
Living Colour performed at Summerstage in Central Park on June 5.
Pillow Theory performed at Summerstage in Central Park on June 5.
Alexis Maindrault
Pillow Theory performed at SummerStage in Central Park on June 5.
mybrokenmouth/flickr
KeepAway performed on Governors Island on June 6.
RJD2 performed at Terminal 5 in Midtown on June 4.
Alexis Maindrault
RJD2 performed at Terminal 5 in Midtown on June 4.
mybrokenmouth/flickr
Delicate Steve performed on Governors Island on June 6.

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