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Massive Motorcycle Ride Honoring 9/11 Flies Through NJ This Weekend (Track THE Route)
One of the largest motorcycle rides commemorating 9/11 sets off Friday morning, Aug. 18, touring Pennsylvania, Maryland, DC, and New Jersey before closing off at Ground Zero on Sunday, Aug. 20.
Click here for maps and the complete itinerary of the 2023 America's 9/11 Ride.
Organized by America's 9/11 Foundation, the annual ride raises funds for college scholarships for children of active first responders across the U.S., and assists emergency organizations with funds, materials, equipment and sometimes volunteers.
The first leg of America's 9/11 Ride kicked off in Somerset, PA early Friday…
Massive Music Fest SeaHearNow Returns To Asbury Park (Photos)
One of the largest beachfront music festivals in the region is gearing up for its big return to Asbury Park.
Green Day and Stevie Nicks have been announced as headliners for the annual Sea.Hear.Now Festival, a two-day music event that will treat fans to more than 25 performances Saturday, Sept. 17 and Sunday, Sept. 1. The festival will run across three stages at North Beach Asbury Park and Bradley Park.
Other major acts include My Morning Jacket, Cage The Elephant, Billy Strings, Gary Clark Jr., The Head and the Heart, IDLES, Courtney Barnett, and more.
The North Beach Rumble sur…
'They Might Be Giants' Kicks Off Tour In NJ After Car Crash, COVID
After a two-year hiatus, "They Might Be Giants" is ready to take the stage again. First stop? Asbury Park.
John Flansburgh, who is recovering from a serious car crash, and John Linnell, who is recovering from COVID-19, will take the stage at Asbury Lanes on Aug. 30 and 31. Then, they will hit several other venues along the East Coast before heading out to Minnesota and Illinois.
For some 40 years, the band has released numerous albums, covered several genres and even won two Grammys.
“We have a very, very enthusiastic fan base and they were ready to wait to come see us,” Linnell said. “T…
Jersey Shore's Oceanfest Returns After 2-Year COVID Hiatus
Oceanfest is back, baby.
The day-long Fourth of July event is making its big return this summer after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, according to its website.
With a steady decline in New Jersey's coronavirus cases, "it is the perfect time to bring Oceanfest back,” Co-chair Esther Cohen told NJ Advance Media.
Oceanfest is held along the Long Branch boardwalk from Pier Village to Seven Presidents’ Park.
It will begin at 10 a.m. Monday, July 4, and feature live music, more than 40 food vendors, arts and crafts, and beach activities, according to NJ.com. Fireworks blast off at…