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The Florham Park Gazebo's 2016 Summer Concert Series

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Florham Park, NJ- As the school year comes to an end, the first thing on many individuals’ minds is what to do this summer. After 36 years of community service, the Florham Park Gazebo has posted their lineup for this year’s concert series.

Last Sunday, the series kicked off with a tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons by Jersey Four. Pizza Vita also provided food.

With the exception of July 3, a new performance will take place each Sunday at the gazebo. Every concert is free thanks to the donations of local businesses and residents. They will begin at 7 p.m. Individuals are encouraged to bring their own blankets and chairs. According to the schedule, food and a weekly 50/50 will also be available for purchase.

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The lineup is as follows:

On Sunday, June 19, Tramps Like Us hope to capture Bruce Springsteen’s classic sound. Taxi Cab Burger will also be onsite.

Then, on June 26, The David Aaron Orchestra will be performing. They are an 18-piece big band led by David Aaron on the clarinet. The Philadelphia Pretzel Factory is scheduled as that Sunday’s special treat.

The concerts will be put on pause the Sunday before the Fourth of July. However, Desert Highway, an Eagles tribute band, will be resuming the series on July 10. Attendees will be able to buy food from The Empanada Guy.

On July 17, Jesse Garron will be performing an Elvis Presley tribute. The Taxi Cab Burger will be making another return.

The second to last performance will be made by Slippery When Wet, a Bon Jovi tribute band. They are scheduled to perform on July 24. Once again, the Empanada Guy will be there.

Finally, the last performance of the summer will take place on July 31. The Little Big Band will be performing alongside Jim Nuzzo. Oink & Moo will be the last food vendor of the summer.  

If it rains, concerts will be moved to Ridgedale Middle School, 71 Ridgedale Avenue. Concertgoers can call 973-301-9698 or visit before any event to check on the location.

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