Top 15 Most Read Stories on the New Jersey Scene July 3-9, 2022


originally published: 07/10/2022

Here’s a look at the 15 most-read articles published at the New Jersey Stage from July 3-9, 2022. Each week, we publish approximately 70 articles, including several original columns and features, as well as press releases for events taking place in statewide and nearby. areas like Philadelphia and New York. This week’s top 15 includes articles from 8 New Jersey counties (Atlantic, Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris and Union).

1) 7th Annual Roselle House Music Festival – (ROSELLE, NJ) — Back after a two-year hiatus, it’s the 7th Annual Roselle House Music Festival! The festival returns to historic Warinanco Park for a day-long family celebration of electronic dance music from New Jersey’s soulful brand of deep house music. Enjoy dancing and food with their vendors. Join Mayor Donald Shaw, Roselle Borough Council and the Roselle Department of Recreation for the Roselle House Music Festival 2022 on Saturday, July 9, 2022 live in beautiful Warinanco Park from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Co-sponsored by the Union County Board of County Commissioners.

2) I’m So Newark Presents 2nd Annual Community Fun Day Saturday – (NEWARK, NJ) – On Saturday, July 9, 2022, the nonprofit I’m So Newark (ISN) will present Community Fun Day – Honoring the Vision of Reverend Ronald B. Christian. ISN aims to carry on its legacy of generosity and overwhelming support for others. Beginning at 10:00 a.m., community members will participate in a day-long event featuring free food, rides, inflatables, music, entertainment and giveaways.

3) PHOTOS of “American Idiot” at Asbury Park Theater Company – The New Asbury Park Theater Company (APTCo) presents Green Day’s american idiot, the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical as the company’s first production. The first weekend of performances took place July 1-3 and photographer John Posada was on hand to take pictures. The production returns July 8-10 with performances Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. and Sundays at 5:00 p.m. at the Kingsley Theater located inside the Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel, 1401 Ocean Avenue in Asbury Park, NJ.

4) Little River Band LIVE! at the Count Basie Center for the Arts – Throughout the 70s and 80s, Little River Band enjoyed huge chart success with multi-platinum albums and chart-topping hits. To date, the band’s worldwide album, CD sales and digital downloads exceed 35 million and, according to BMI, the band’s hit, “Reminiscing,” has racked up more than five million US radio plays.

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5) The Happy Together 2022 Tour LIVE! at MPAC – Inside the MPAC auditorium in Morristown, NJ, this Thursday, June 23, 2022, music lovers can be seen dancing to happy 60s tunes played on the house PA system as they walk to their seats. After a two-year postponement, fans of classic 1960s hits are all here for the 2022 edition of the Happy Together Tour featuring The Turtles, Gary Puckett, The Association, The Classics IV, The Vogues and The Cowsills.

6) Kim Seung Yeon has a solo engraving exhibition throughout July – (TENAFLY, NJ) – Acc Gallery presents a solo printmaking exhibition by Kim Seung Yeon entitled “Night Landscape, the mezzotint works series”. The artwork is on view by appointment only July 1-31, 2022. Please call 201-390-6275 or email [email protected] to schedule an appointment.

7) Stroudsburg’s first Latin fusion festival is on Saturday – (STROUDSBURG, PA) – The first Latin Fusion Festival in downtown Stroudsburg will be held in the Courthouse Square at 7th and Main Streets on Saturday, July 9 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Presented by the Sherman Theater and the Pocono Mountains Chamber of Commerce, this free community festival celebrates the sights, sounds and flavors of Latin and Caribbean cultures and features live music all day with food, vendors and fun for all ages.

8) NJ native country artist Gary Frost releases “Shutup Springsteen” – Yes, he said it! Many scenarios come to mind as to the meaning of Monmouth County country music artist Gary Frost’s new video and single “Shutup Springsteen”, but it’s not what you think…

9) Prince Derek Doll joins the cast of The Circle NYC Season 5 — (NEWARK, NJ) — Hip-hop/neo-pop artist Prince Derek Doll makes his reality TV/docuse debut on the web series The Circle NYC season 5. Prince Derek Doll, originally from Shreveport, Louisiana and now based in Newark, joins a cast of LGBTQ+ artists, entrepreneurs and influencers who are bringing America into their lives, their struggles and their talents while coming to life in the New York area.

10) Surati to perform at the 4th of July celebration in Jersey City – (JERSEY CITY, NJ) – Surati for Performing Arts, the tri-state area’s first award-winning nonprofit, has been invited to perform at the Freedom and Fireworks Festival on July 4, now known as New Jersey’s 4th of July celebrations. The celebrations will take place at Exchange Place, Jersey City, on the waterfront. Hosted by Mayor Steven Fulop, Jersey City City Council, Exchange Place Alliance and the Office of Cultural Affairs, this event is one of the largest region’s Independence Day celebrations, attracting over 150,000 visitors and performances by renowned artists. This year, Shaquille O’Neal (aka DJ Diesel), Funk Flex and Flo Rida will take the stage where Surati will perform.

11) Paper Mill Playhouse announces 2022-2023 season – (MILLBURN, NJ) – Paper Mill Playhouse has announced its 2022-2023 season, including a gripping murder mystery, a Disney hero of mythical proportions, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s beloved finale musical, the award-nominated story Tony of two Latin music icons, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical that defined a generation.

12) Plays-in-the-Park returns for its 60th season in Middlesex County this summer with three popular Broadway musicals – (EDISON, NJ) — Middlesex County’s Plays-in-the-Park returns to the stage this summer, with performances by Something rotten! The musical SpongeBob SquarePantsand A chorus line at the Stephen J. Capestro Theater in Edison, as part of the 60th season of Plays-in-the-Park.

13) REVIEW: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats at the Stone Pony – Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats rocked The Stone Pony at Asbury Park for a sold-out show this 4th of July weekend. The Future Tour, in support of their third studio album, started in May and ends in late September. As the rain continued, the sky turned to beautiful shades of reds and blues as the band took the stage. Rateliff and the band were in fantastic shape – never losing their octane energy – or raw, powerful vocals. With a global fusion of blues, rock, folk and soul (much like Van Morrison they covered in the documentary The last Waltz), they were their own force of nature – rocking the house from start to finish. Sweet horn tones of songs like You worry me and Face hidden in the moment… to build to hoarse and shattering pieces like SOB.Night sweats covered everything.

14) Vanessa Wong opens Wahine Wine Company and Fish & Whistle Market in Ventnor – (VENTNOR, NJ) – In 2016, Vanessa Wong opened Fishtown Social, a successful natural wine store and bar in a vast growing and developing area of ​​Philadelphia. Now she’s building on that success and looking to the Jersey Shore for her next two ventures.

15) Asbury Park Theater Company presents Green Day’s “American Idiot” – (ASBURY PARK, NJ) — The new Asbury Park Theater Company (APTCo) will present Green Day’s american idiot, the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical as the company’s first production. Performances take place at the Kingsley Theater at the Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel in Asbury Park the first two weekends of July. The piece is based on the Grammy-winning multi-platinum album and boldly takes the American musical where it has never gone before. This high-octane show includes all the songs from the Green Day album, american idiotas well as several songs from his next release, The 21st century breakdown.

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Event previews are still one of the most popular areas of the website. Event previews get noticed when we first post them, and then again when they’re brought back to the main area of ​​the site the week the event takes place – sometimes even months later. Make sure your events are previewed by sending us press releases to [email protected] – for even more promotion, check out our advertising rates which range from $50 to $100 for a full month of targeted advertising which includes events listed in our online calendar. If you email us and mention that you saw our Top 15, you can get 50% off your next ad purchase (available for one-time or three-month purchase only).

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