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2017 Long Branch Summer Concert Series Schedule Released

The 2017 Long Branch Summer Concert Series schedule has been released.

The schedule will kick off on June 11 with the first Bands By The Beach performance at West End Park when Philadelphia Funk hits the stage at 7 p.m.

There will also be concerts at Pier Village, Broadway and the Great Lawn. Two car shows have also been scheduled.

Below is a full list of summer performances and car shows:

Tuesdays On Broadway

Broadway Stage near McDonald's behind Brookdale
Shows begin at 7 p.m.

July 11: Leo Gruber & Tren Latino Band

July 18 : Swing Sabroso

July 25: Los Ciegos De Barrio

Aug. 8: TBD

Aug. 15: David Cedeno and His Orchestra

Aug. 22: Eco Del Sur

Aug. 29: TDB

Thursdays By The Sea
Festival Plaza in Pier Village
Thursdays Starting June 15 at 7 p.m.

June 15: Tim McLoone & The Shirlleys
June 22: Motor City Revue
June 29: The Weeklings Beatle Bash
July 6: Route 9 South
July 13: After The Reign
July 20: The Nerds
July 27: So Watt
Aug. 3: The Doughboys
Aug. 10: Goldenseal
Aug. 17: Danny V's 52nd Street Band (Billy Joel Cover Band)
Aug. 24: The ASAP Band
Aug. 31: Brian Kirk & The Jirks (w/ fireworks)

Bands By The Beach
West End Park
Brighton & Ocean Avenues, near the Windmill
Sundays Starting June 11 at 7 p.m.

June 11: Philadelphia Funk
June 18: Chuck Lambert Band
June 25: Slim Chance And The Gamblers
July 9: Taylor Tote
July 16: Marc Muller's Grateful Jamband
July 23: Norman Nardini
July 30: Liza Colby Sound
Aug. 6: Eryn Shewell & The Whiskey Devils
Aug. 20: Jane Lee Hooker
Aug. 27: The Voodudes

West End Cruise Night And Classic Car Show
August 12, 6-10 p.m.
Frank Ravaschiere (West End Park)
Good Vibrations (Main Stage)
Ragdoll (Main Stage)

Cruise to the Jersey Shore Car Show
Sept. 10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Oceanfront Promenade & Great Lawn

The event will feature food trucks

West End Funkfest

Sept. 16, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. at West End Park

Quincy Mumford & The Reason Why

Dub Proof


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