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Car Show, Doo Wop Night Kick Off Concert Series in Scotch Plains

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The Sounds of the Street
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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Scotch Plains revs up its Summer Concert Series with a Car Show and Doo Wop Night on Thursday, July 9th. Classic cars will be on display along Park Ave. while music lovers enjoy the "Sounds of the Street."

The event will feature a car show all along Park Avenue with music by Sounds of the Street. The car show will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. All concerts throughout the summer will begin at 7:30 PM.

"This is going to be a tremendous event. We are going to shut down Park Ave. for a big summer party that will bring people downtown to visit our local businesses and have a great night out," said Scotch Plains Mayor Kevin Glover.

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"I've seen some of the cars that auto enthusiasts are planning to bring to the show. It'll be terrific, and I encourage everyone to come out and enjoy it."

The complete schedule for the concert series includes:

July 9 - Car Show and Sounds of the Street

July 16 - Funktion 11 

July 23 - Wolf Creek

July 30 - Full Count Big Band

August 6 - DeLauro and the Rat Pack

August 13 - The Universal Sound Band

For more information and to learn how to enter your vehicle into the car show, contact Joanne Glover at (908) 490-1577.

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