It’s a return to normalcy in Asbury Park–live music is back!
We are so happy to see the Asbury Park clubs reopening and filling in their schedules. It’s finally a return to normalcy after all these months.
The Saint (601 Main Street) reopened last weekend and I heard great reports on both the early show with Helen O’Shea and the Shannakees and the late show with Electric Six. You can check out their upcoming schedule here.
The Stone Pony Summerstage starts up next weekend with Splintered Sunlight on the 30th. They are already doing outdoor shows at the Southside Beer Garden. It’s the perfect summer evening, with live music and ocean breezes. Grab a beverage and a sausage sandwich! See the schedule here.
There’s more outdoor performances with the shows that are sponsored by the Asbury Park Music Foundation. Don’t miss Music Mondays in Springwood Park. When you’re shopping downtown on the weekends at our Reopen Street Festival , you can catch peformances at Cookman Avenue Live. There are acts playing Fridays at 7:00 and Sundays at 3:00, right down the block from Backward Glances. All the APMF shows are free! (but help them out by dropping some money in the bucket or buying some merch.)
But there’s even more! Outdoor shows at the Arthur Pryor Bandshell on the boardwalk, and indoor shows at the House of Independents, Langosta Lounge, the Wonder Bar, Asbury Lanes, and Tim McCloone’s Supper Club. There’s DJs, open mikes, piano parties, and Sandy Mack Jams at the Asbury Hotel. Plus performances at the Transparent Clinch Gallery attached to the hotel. Click on the links to see all the schedules. We’ve been starved for live music but now we get to pig out!
As the APMF’s t-shirts say, “Music Saved Asbury Park”. Now music can save your soul with a visit to AP.