Friday, June 14, 2013

Happy Father Day 2013

Fathers Day Weekend @ The Jersey Shore.
  If you're looking for something to do during the day,
you may want to check out one of these hot spots….

Seaside Heights
Saturday & Sunday ~ Beach Sand Soccer Tournament ~ Over 400 soccer teams will show off their skills
Between Dupont and Grant Avenues from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m
The Arts & Crafts By The Sea Craft Fair will be on the Boardwalk all weekend as well.

Spring Lake:
Saturday ~ Second Annual Irish Festival. Enjoy great performances and traditional music
downtown between Morris and Third Avenues from noon to 4 p.m.

Long Branch:
Sunday ~ 18th Annual Father's Day Cruise to the Jersey Shore Car Show 
Classic cars and hot rods live music by "RB Express", as well as food and vendors.
For those looking to show off your classic car, registration is only $10
and all proceeds benefit the Long Brand Ronald McDonald House.
Ocean Boulevard at Madison Avenue ~ Near Pier Village
Or maybe an evening out, is what you're looking for.

Avon By The Sea  ~ The Columns
Friday - E Street Shuffle Band in the Main Band and Acoustic Routes in the Grill Room
Saturday - Daddy Pop in the Main Bar and Russell Arcara and Friends in the Grill Room
Sunday - Paul Cilinsky in the Main Bar

Bradley Beach  ~ Giamanos
Friday ~ Sonny Ken Friday 8pm
Saturday ~ Rock and Rhythm- Oldies and Doo Wop Saturday @ 8pm
Sunday 4:30 pm "Outdoor Music Series"...... Gary Wright will open with The Blues.... 
Then experience "Snow Project" and some Sweet Jazz with Maxine and her amazing band 
Followed By "Kurt" The Magical Entertainer  @ 5:30

Point Pleasant Beach
Friday and Saturday
Paul Venier

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