The Northern Lights were not the only team to fully embrace the hippie generation with their new look. The Long Island Concordes unveiled their logo and uniforms the same day at a festival in Nassau County. The logo features the shape of a Concorde jet in blue tilted upwards with the name "Concordes" stylized underneath in Orange. The Uniforms were perhaps the most radical in league history. Featuring the team's primary color scheme of Orange and Blue, the striping was made to invoke the stripes on the side of a jet, although some skeptical fans referred to them as "tracksuits". "We wanted to come up with something unique, not seen anywhere else in the league." said Long Island General Manager Garth Simmons. "These uniforms really give the impression of speed, we wanted something that looks streamlined, like our team name.
The expansion draft will be conducted on July 1, 1976.