Jelly Pool Party Won't Be Canned After All

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Williamsburg's annual Jelly Pool Parties won't be canned after all.

    Organizers of the long-running concert series said Sunday  that they had come to a financial agreement that will allow an Aug. 29 concert in East River State Park to go on as planned, The Wall Street Journal reports.  That show will be the last of the summer 2010 season.  The show will feature Delorean and Dominique Young Unique, though the headliner has not been announced.

    The show had been scratched last week after the Open Space Alliance of North Brooklyn (OSA), the nonprofit group that produces the concerts, said the promoter, Jelly NYC, hadn't been making good on payments.

    "We are pleased that Jelly was able to meet most of its obligations.' said Steve Hindy, Chairman of OSA's Board told the WSJ.

    The Jelly Pool Parties concert series started in 2006 and lasts for eight weeks each summer at the East River State Park.