Who's ready for summer?! One of my favorite things to do is spend an early summer evening watching some of the awesome local talent perform in small venues up and down the Jersey Shore.

The 26th Annual Somers Point Beach Concerts Series gets underway on June 15th at the William Morrow Beach Municipal Park, which is located between Higbee and New Jersey Avenues on Bay Ave in Somers Point.

All shows are FREE, and they start at 7 PM!

  • 1

    Countdown to Ecstasy

    11 awesome musicians open the 2018 Somers Point Beach Concert series with their tribute  to Steely Dan.

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    John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band - June 22nd

    The original Eddie and the Cruisers are back for a big show on June 22nd! You know 'On The Dark Side' will be on the set list!

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    Billy Walton Band- June 29th

    The Jersey's own guitar hero and Asbury Juke, Billy Walton takes the stage at the Somers Point Concert series on June 29th

  • 4

    Jersey Girls Do It Right - July 4th

    South Jersey Finest Female Vocalists will hit the stage with The Tony Mart Allstars for a big 4th of July show.

    Celebrate America's independence with plenty of Classic Rock and R&B favorites!

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    Devon Allman - July 20th

    Son of legendary Allman Brothers lead singer, Greg Allman, will showcase his talent with lots of Blues and Rock and Roll on July 20th, with special guest Billy Walton.

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    The Weeklings Tribute To The Beatles- 7/27

    Beatlemania is back and on the stage in Somers Point on July 27th. The Weeklings feature Jersey musician Glen Burtnick from Styx, ELO and Beatlemania. This should be a great show!

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    The Cowsills- September 2nd

    The legendary family band form the 60's will perform their multi-million selling hits at the Somers Point Concert Series on Labor Day Weekend!

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    CJ Chennier & The Red Hot Louisiana Band - Sept. 7th

    Grammy nominated CJ Chennier and the Red Hot Louisiana Band wraps up the 2018 FREE Somers Point Concert Series on September 7th!

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