August 2, 2013 at 1:54 PM
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Residents of Berkeley Heights came out to hear the music of The Infernos in Memorial Park Wednesday night.
The 11-piece band based out in New Jersey performed to an audience of over 700.
The Infernos previously have opened for the band Chicago and performed for President Obama. Their performance included an eclectic mix of covers ranging from classics to more recent pop songs.
There will be one more performance in the Berkeley Heights Summer Concert Series, with Beatlemania Again performing on Aug. 14. They were previously supposed to kick off the Summer Concert Series, but were rescheduled due to rain.
The Berkeley Heights Summer Concert Series is sponsored all season long by the Suburban Chamber of Commerce, the Berkeley Heights Aquatic Club, and the Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights. The Rotary Club enjoyed a concert picnic at the event. The Infernos’ concert was specifically sponsored by Taylor Rental and Hilltop Bank.
Concert-goers enjoyed popcorn provided by Taylor Rental as well as Italian ice from the Penguin Italian Ice truck and sweet treats from Yogoccino in Berkeley Heights.