RED BANK, NJ: It’s been a year like no other with most if not all, music events cancelled or being held online.

And it’s just not the same as being there.

Red Bank is stepping up with two upcoming weekends for live and in living color entertainment.

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The Riverside Music Sessions have been scheduled by the Red Bank RiverCenter as a socially-distant concert series set for Saturday, September 26 and Saturday, October 3 at Riverside Gardens Park overlooking the beautiful Navesink River.

But you must move quickly as only 396 tickets will be sold for each session.

What’s the Lineup?

Click on the band name to watch a YouTube performance video

September 26

11:00am - Almost U2

2:00pm - Decade “Neil Young Tribute”

5:00pm: “Heat Wave” a Linda Ronstadt Tribute featuring Sharon Lasher

Rain date is Sunday, Sept. 27.

October 3

11:00am - The Haven with special guest Carl Gentry

2:00pm - The Weeklings - Music of the Beatles & More

5:00pm - The Nerds

Rain date is Sunday, Oct. 4.

Click on the band name to watch their YouTube performance video

Tickets are $39.95 each and are being sold exclusively in blocks of four tickets. 

To purchase tickets online click HERE.

“In creating the Riverside Music Sessions, RiverCenter plans to reintroduce live music in the parks in a socially-distant and safe environment,” RiverCenter Executive Director Laura Kirkpatrick said. “We are working with the Borough of Red Bank and our event producer, Rue Events, to be in compliance with all current state and local guidelines now and on event day.”

Forget about bring in your own cooler or lawn chair and masks are required.  You’ll be escorted to assigned, physically distanced seats.

Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase with each concert goer receiving a goodie bag with snacks. 

For ticket holders, a list of restaurants will offer discounts for dining and libations the day of the performance.  Pick up the list as you enter the park.  

“RiverCenter is excited to have this opportunity to welcome more people back to Red Bank and to demonstrate our responsiveness to their desire to be entertained while still feeling safe,” Stephen Catania, RiverCenter Chairman and owner of the Cheese Cave said.  “We are equally thrilled to be giving some great artists an opportunity to get back to playing in front of a live audience and earn some money.”

Remember, limited tickets are available.  Don’t miss out.

Jump on this, select your session(s) and enjoy the Fall weather while listening to live music overlooking the Navesink River.

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