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Fall Family Festival is Sea Isle‘s most popular autumn festival, featuring two-days of family-friendly activities and entertainment. On Saturday, Sept. 15 and Sunday, Sept. 16 from 9 am – 4 pm, seaside vendor craft market and food vendors, live music, childrens activities, and amusement Rides. History-buffs and auto enthusiasts will flock to display and admire scores of vintage vehicles while enjoying live music at the Auto Antique Car show on the promenade. Also on Sunday, Historical Trolley Tours will be led by members of the Sea Isle City Historical Society, who will point-out notable landmarks and explain how Sea Isle has grown over the years.

Celebrating five decades of ‘The Prince of Darkness,’ Ozzy Osbourne takes the stage Wednesday, September 12 at 7 p.m. at BB&T Pavilion in Camden. Special guests Stone Sour will open for Osbourne, 69, who shot to fame in the 1970s as the lead singer for the band Black Sabbath. Tickets start at $25 and go on sale Feb. 17.

The inaugural Sea.Hear.Now Festival has announced its initial lineup featuring headliners Jack Johnson and Incubus, along with performances from Social Distortion, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Brandi Carlile, Milky Chance, Blondie, Kaleo, The Front Bottoms, Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls, and more.  With feet in the sand, fans will enjoy music on the beach with more than 25 bands on 3 stages at North Beach Asbury Park and Bradley Park, September 29-30. View the entire lineup, here. In addition to the stellar lineup, Sea.Hear.Now will also bring fans unique art and surf culture experiences. Legendary rock photographer, filmmaker and Jersey Shore native Danny Clinch will recreate his Transparent Gallery space and showcase his collection of iconic images of artists on the lineup. “Sea.Hear.Now is a long time dream of ours. To have our musician, surfer and artist friends come to Asbury Park this September to play some music, ride some waves and make some art,” says Clinch. “We come from the Jersey Shore and we believe in Asbury Park. It is one of the coolest beach cities in America, if not the world. We are ready to go!” Professional surfers including Sam Hammer, Balaram Stack, Rob Kelly, Mike Gleason, […]

Join the Hindu celebration of the Goddess Devi on Fridays and Saturdays in October.  This is the largest outdoor celebration in New Jersey. Navratri, Where nav means nine and ratri means nights… Navratri festival sacred to the Mother Goddess is celebrated in the months of October and November. It is a festival of worship, dance and music celebrated over a period of nine nights. It is celebrated from the first to the ninth date of Ashwin Shukla Paksha of the Hindu Calendar for the worship of the Goddess Durga. This festival commemorates the victory of Goddess Durga over a demon, Mahishasur. Friday & Saturday – October 12, 13, 19. 20  

Stop by and check out some amazing classic cars and hot rods every Thursday Night through August 30. We’ll have music and great food from Taino’s Restaurant. The Brick City Cruisers will be out in full force to make Newark’s only Cruise Night a truly special event! More info here

Join talented tellers from throughout New Jersey and the tri-state area for a celebration of the oral tradition and hear a whole new crop of stories cultivating good times for all ages at Howell Living History Farm. Throw your name in a hat for a chance to participate in a Story Slam on the theme “Chicken!” at noon. A continuous rotation of storytellers will perform at sites throughout the farm from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. with a Lightning Round of two-minute tales as the event’s closer. Admission is free; festival is held rain or shine. Food will be available for purchase. More info

Thursday Night Dinners are back at Valenzano Winery! Please join us on a Thursday evening for this weekly tradition. Reservations are not required, but are recommended. What: Thursday Night Dinners When: Every Thursday; seating from 5:00pm – 9:00pm Call 609-268-6731 between 11:00am-5:00pm for reservations Menu


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