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A scene from Reflextions 2021 in Grangebel Park. (Courtesy of Diane Tucci)

Riverhead’s Reflextions: Art in the Park, an immersive “light art” installation, is back for its fifth year at Grangebel Park starting Saturday, July 23. 

The installation is a walkable gallery of lighted art displays, including sculptures with LED lights, reflective materials and a blacklight mural. Most of the art will be on display during daylight hours and admission to the outdoor gallery is free. 

But Reflextions will really come to life during the illumination nights. 

“We look forward to lighting up the park and the public coming out to enjoy local artisan works,” Reflextions co-creator Bryan Deluca said in a press release.

“I’m excited to have people come to the park to see how much we’ve added each year, and I love that we can highlight local musicians and artists in a beautiful environment,” added event producer Diane Tucci. “If you haven’t seen it yet, you must come. If you have come before, we welcome you back to enjoy an illuminated stroll through the park and plenty of selfie opportunities.”

Here’s a lineup of the illumination nights.

July 23, 8 p.m.

Road Trip will perform classic covers and original music. Free admission.

Aug. 12, 5–6 p.m. (Alive on 25 night)

Somewhat Jazz, a group of musicians and students, perform unique jazz arrangements. Free admission.

Aug. 12, 7 p.m.

Streetwise, fronted by Raymond Castronovo, performs his spin on rock’n’roll hits. Free admission.

Sept. 10, noon–10 p.m.

Reflextions will participate in the Peconic Country Brewery inaugural PCB Music & Beer Fest. $40–$50 festival admission.

Oct. 1

Reflextions will be illuminated during the 2nd Annual Oktoberfest, with live music by the Bratwurst Boys, costume and stein-holding contests. Rain date Oct. 2, free admission.

Grangebel Park is located on Peconic Avenue in Riverhead. For more information visit