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Entertainment Featured on Red Bank Streets on Summer Saturday Nights

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Entertainment Featured on Red Bank Streets on Summer Saturday Nights

Published on June 21, 2012 with No Comments

RED BANK – The sidewalks of Red Bank will be alive with music and entertainment as Red Bank’s StreetLife, a lineup of musical entertainment and performances from 6-9 p.m. every Saturday evening this
summer through Aug. 25.

Music lovers, families, day-trippers, and anyone looking for a night on the town are invited to downtown Red Bank to enjoy great evening music. Every Saturday night StreetLife will take place in front of various businesses from Broad Street to the Red Bank train station and throughout the entire Red Bank business district. “StreetLife adds such a great element to a Saturday night in Red Bank during the summer,” said RiverCenter Executive Director Nancy Adams.

This month the performers will be:

Saturday, June 23
Chip Robertson – Bridge Avenue between the Two River Theater and Danny’s Grill & Bar
Ross “The Magic Man” – Red Bank train station
James Dunigan – near Teak, 64 Monmouth St.
Moon Motel – adjacent to Temple, 91 Broad St.
Mary McCrink – Broad Street across from White Street

Saturday, June 30
Phred Morris – Bridge Avenue between the Two River Theater and Danny’s Grill & Bar
Peas And Carrots Band – near Surf Taco, 35 Broad St.
Chip Robertson – near Teak, 64 Monmouth St.
Jeanne & Mike Jam – Broad Street across from White Street
Heart of NJ Chorus – Strolling downtown on Broad, East and West Front and Monmouth streets

The program is made possible in part by the Monmouth County Arts Council through funding from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the County Historical Commission, and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment of the Arts.

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