This is our new and constantly updated list of the most important concerts happening in New Jersey, within a short driving distance from our coastal area.
Oceanfront restaurant and bar Langosta Lounge announced its support and partnership with Waves for Water and the Haitian community of Asbury Park to host a free charitable event, Come Together for Haiti on Tuesday, October 18 to raise funds for the recovery efforts happening throughout hurricane-stricken Haiti. Available between 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., the benefit event will offer guests a selection of free tapas, cash bar and live entertainment.
The summer 2016 brings a lot of musical performances at the Jersey Shore. Here are the best concerts in Asbury Park, Atlantic City, Ocean City or Wildwood, including Whitesnake, Pat Benetar, Josh Groban, Sugar Ray, Deftones, UB 40, Lady Antebellum and more.
A preview of Jersey Shore’s 12 best outdoor festivals in the summer of 2016, with fun for all ages. Read about the Pt Pleasant Jazz and Blues Fest, hot rods and food trucks in Seaside Heights, Cape May Hope Festival, Skimmer Fest, Oceanfest, North Wildwood street festivals, Asbury Park Blues&Brews and much more!
Monmouth County artist Taylor Tote and her band will headline a concert at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park for the first time! Don’t miss her concert on Friday, May 20.
A multi-billion dollar redevelopment plan announced in August 2015 will transform a 1.25-mile stretch of Asbury Park waterfront with carefully curated residential, hotel, and infrastructure projects. iStar, the visionary real-estate investment company whose roots in Asbury Park stretch back a decade, is leading the revitalization, which involves more than 20 individual projects.
We compiled a list of the best locations to watch 4th of July fireworks at the Jersey Shore in 2015. Locations include the Wildwoods, Pt. Pleasant Beach, Seaside, Ocean City, Asbury Park, AC, Sea Isle City, Long Branch and much more.