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Beatlemania Again Groupies of All Ages Came Out in Numbers for the Summer Concert in the Park Series Kick Off Concert

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Beatlemania Again rocked the park from Liverpool to Abbey Road with a multi-generational crowd singing along to every song. Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Beatlemania Again rocked from Liverpool to Abbey Road with a multi-generational crowd singing along to every song. Credits: Bobbie Peer
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A crowd of nearly 1,000 came out for Beatlemania Again.  Credits: Joe Steiner
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Berkeley Heights YMCA was the concert sponsor. Tiffany Escott and Kendra Newman were handing out beach balls and water bottles.  Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Dr. Patrick Smith, Vice Chairman of Suburban Chamber of Commerce was serving popcorn and water. Credits: Joe Steiner
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Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights enjoyed their annual picnic while at the Concert in the Park. Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Dr. Patrick Smith and Recreation Director Tom Barton served popcorn and water. Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Recreation Director Tom Barton, Mayor Bob Woodruff and Dr. Patrick Smith Credits: Bobbie Peer
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The youngest of fans sang along and rocked alongside the band. Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Credits: Bobbie Peer
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Credits: Bobbie Peer
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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - There was no age barrier for fun when Beatlemania Again visited Berkeley Heights last Wednesday at Memorial Park. The timeless hits by the British invasion cover band rocked from Liverpool to Abbey Road. 

The Suburban Chamber of Commerce of Berkeley Heights again has partnered with the Special Events Committee and the Recreation Commission in presenting the 2016 Summer Concerts Series. 

There was free popcorn, water and drawings for gift cards to Delicious Heights, Goodman's Deli and East Restaurant. Beach balls were tossed around, as well as water bottles were given out by concert sponsor Berkeley Heights YMCA. 

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The 2016 Summer Concert in the Park Series is sponsored by Suburban Chamber of Commerce, Berkeley Aquatic Club and the Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights.

Upcoming Concerts: 

  • July 27: Beginnings (Chicago Tribute) with great horn section! Taylor Rental night with special TR popcorn.
  • August 3: 52nd Street Band Billy Joel tribute without the trip to MSG!
  • August 10: Jersey Four Enjoy Jersey Boys in Berkeley Heights (Huge crowd danced the night away last year! East and Anything Floral night with free giveaways.

Be part of the fun and come out with your lawn chairs and blankets on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. TAP into Berkeley Heights will be at each concert snapping shots for the Sixth Annual Berkeley Heights Free Summer Concert Series Photo Contest, sponsored by TAPinto.net and the Suburban Chamber of Commerce! At the end of the concert series, winners will be chosen at random and receive prizes donated by area businesses.

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