I love concert nights in Berkeley Township. If you live in Berkeley or close by, definitely check out one of their fabulous concerts at Veterans Park in Bayville this summer.

We bring our lawn chairs and see neighbors and friends we haven't seen in a while. If you've never been to a concert in the park, come on out. You will love it. Remember these are FREE concerts in the park. And on fireworks nights it's even more fun.

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Most of the concerts in Berkeley Township begin at 6 pm.

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According to the Berkeley Township Facebook page:

Opening night will be Wednesday, June 29th, Beginning at 6 pm, we will feature long-time Jersey Shore talent, Rock N' Rhythm, a vocal group with a tight harmonious sound of both traditional Doo-Wop and contemporary styles. Followed by Super TransAm an Arena Anthem band of the ’70s, including chart-topping hits from Queen, Foreigner, Journey, and more, and fireworks after the show.

Wednesday, July 20th, Beginning at 6 pm, we will feature local talent Jukebox Legends singing all the great songs of the ’50s, 60’s, and more. They will be followed by “Wanted DOA” a Bon Jovi Tribute Band. This is the ultimate tribute to this Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame band. The look and sound of this band will make you feel like you’re at an actual Bon Jovi concert.

Wednesday, August 3rd, beginning at 5:00pm, will be our Annual “Night Out Against Crime and Night of Two Headliners” Mayor Carmen Amato stated, “The Berkeley Township Police Department will be on hand along with our Township First Aid Squads, Township Fire Departments and other public safety agencies to greet residents and show the different types of equipment that they utilize. All of these public safety agencies will have their vehicles and equipment on display, as well. Our DARE program will also be there with games and prizes for the children to enjoy.” At 6:00 pm will feature our first headliner beginning with Atlantic City Headliner Gerard Esposito, celebrating the music from Broadway to Vegas, followed by Jukebox Heroes, their show will chronicle the musical legends: The Beach Boys, Neil Diamond, Jerry Lee Lewis, Willie Nelson, Elvis, The Beatles and many more.

Saturday, August 13th, Beginning at 5:00 pm, will be our Annual Beach Party at White Sands Beach in South Seaside Park at 23rd Avenue. From 5-8 pm listen to The Verdict. This exciting reggae band creates a fun and exhilarating blend of the sounds of the Caribbean.

Wednesday, August 17th, beginning at 6:00 pm, will begin with Julian & Dominique. This dynamic duo will entertain the audience with a wide variety of music. Known as the show of 1,000 voices, you will be delighted by the sounds of Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Black Eyed Peas, Lady Antebellum, Michael Buble, Johnny Mathis, Barry White, and many more. They will be followed by Jesse Garron's Tribute to Elvis. Jesse has the voice, looks, and charisma that made Elvis a superstar. Jesse, backed by live musicians and female vocalists, performs songs that cross three generations of rock, pop, gospel, and oldies music. A show not to miss!

Our finale will be on Saturday, September 10th for Berkeley Township Community Pride Day. Community Pride Day runs from 2-9 pm and recognizes the township’s original Founder’s Day and anniversary of the township. We will have many vendors, local non-profits, and community groups selling food and showcasing other products. The Mayor and Council would like to take this time to thank our generous sponsors, without whom these concerts would not be possible.

Click here for more information on the "Sounds of Summer" Concert Series in Berkeley Township.

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