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Tonight is Thursday Night Lights in Flemington

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FLEMINGTON, NJ – Tonight is the second Thursday Night Lights celebration of the summer.

More than 40 musicians, magicians, artists and face-painters will be part of this evening’s happenings.

Beginning at 6 p.m., music and performers will be everywhere ... on Main Street from Candy Corral to Mariachi's; from Turntable Junction to Mine Street; and from Blue Fish Grill to the new Lone Eagle Brewery and Liberty Village. Many visitors bring a chair or blanket.

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Tonight’s musicians include Mike Kosec at Blue Fish Grill from 6 to 8; Tyler McManus at Factory Fuel from 6 to 8; Bill Ihling at Cocco’s from 6 to 9; Donna Milcarek at Sphericality from 6 to 8:15 and Thomas Johnston from 8:15 to 10; Thérèse Anne at 55 Main from 6 to 8:15; RJ Shoemaker at Candy Corral from 6 to 9; Clover at Chive and Thyme from 6 to 8; Thomas Johnston at The Grill Shack from 6 to 8 and Tyler McManus from 8 to 10; Al Grigg at Matt’s Red Rooster from 6 to 8:45; Henry Wieczorek at El Mariachi from 6:30 to 9:30; The Bassboards at Lone Eagle Brewing from 7 to 10; and Devil Grass at 39 Mine from 8 to 10; and  Jager Soprano at the Filling Station from 8 to 10.

A map of all the locations is here.

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