Live bands.
Beach vibes.
Furry friends.

WELCOME TO
THE WONDER BAR

The Wonder Bar is a true classic in Asbury Park, known for great live music, tasty food and the world famous Yappy Hour—where dogs run the show.

YAPPY
HOUR

Why should humans should have all the fun? We welcome dogs big and small, young and old to run around and get off the leash for a few hours.

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As you can tell, we’re not your usual beach bar. Our menu features favorites like burgers, fries and wings, and offers a taste of the unexpected, too.

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  • Kevin Hill with Secret Sound & Friends

    Kevin Hill with Secret Sound & Friends

    'Love for Tom Hayes' Memorial Show

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    Kevin Hill with Secret Sound & Friends
    ‘Love for Tom Hayes’ Memorial Show

    ‘Love for Tom Hayes’ is a memorial show and Celebration of Life for Tom Hayes. You may know Tom as the friendly face who seemed to be at every cool Jamband event. His knowledge and passion for the Jersey Shore Jam scene is unprecedented! Tom was part of the seminal Stone Pony promo team the Hippy Army which was a determined and constant force for the Asbury Park music scene in the 2000’s before the new Asbury emerged.

    Maybe you went on one of Tom’s crazy and beloved Bus Trips to see a favorite band. His bus is taking one last ride Dead Ahead to the Wonder Bar for this special event! Sandy Mack, Mark Diomede, Stringbean and many others will be jamming with Secret Sound

    Doors 7:00pm
    Show 7:30pm

    21 and up admitted

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    $10 (plus applicable surcharges)

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    1213 Ocean Avenue Asbury Park, NJ 07712
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  • Bella’s Bartok with Human Zoo

    Bella’s Bartok with Human Zoo

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    Bella’s Bartok with Human Zoo

    All little children grow up, one day — all except the bedazzled and glittered band of Bella’s Bartok. Inspired by elements of Vaudeville, centuries of street performance, and an unyielding drive to promote camaraderie, Northampton, MA-based Bella’s Bartok delivers a passionate kaleidoscope of sound dubbed as “foot stomping freak folk”. The songs are born of Americana and folk music of their immigrant grandparents, blended with the joy of a particular brand of pop sensibility. Their performances are at once a primal stand against oppression and a declaration of joy in the face of adversity. From quiet reflections on loss, to the howl of justice in four-part harmony, Bella’s Bartok sonically and lyrically delivers a sweaty, soulful dance-party that is sure to leave the audience happily breathless.

    Started in the dimly lit alleyways of Great Barrington, MA, Bella’s Bartok gradually evolved from street-punk performers to an electric, brass-filled, accordion-based spectacle that has continued to entertain audiences for nearly a decade. The band has shared the stage with musicians and acts such as Rubblebucket, Red Baraat, The Indigo Girls, Larry & His Flask, The Suitcase Junket, Andy Frasco & The U.N., And the Kids, TOO MANY ZOOZ, Consider the Source, Rough Francis, Meat Puppets, World Inferno/Friendship Society, Jenny and the Mexicats, Rupa & the April Fishes, Arc Iris, and many more. Find Bella’s Bartok on a variety of stages, at a myriad of festivals, or on the street across the continental United States. Audiences often pick up on the band’s main influences such as Goran Bregović, Frank Zappa, Mr. Bungle, System of a Down, Tom Waits and Oingo Boingo.

    If you’ve never listened to Bella’s Bartok, stop what you’re doing right now. Run to the nearest computer and listen to their uproarious, joyful, eclectic sound. The band plays a mesmerizing mix of Eastern European, Americana, punk, and pop music. Their live shows are theatrical, “a mix of The Nightmare Before Christmas and the Rocky Horror Picture Show” says frontman Asher Putnam. “We are the night and you are bound to boogie.” So, do yourself a favor, practice a little self care, throw your societal inhibitions to the wayside and let yourself get lost to the tune of Bella’s Bartok — before the tumult of daily life rears its ugly head once more.

     

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    $18 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $20 at the door

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  • Colossal Street Jam

    Colossal Street Jam

    Release Party for 'No Way to Live'

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    Colossal Street Jam
    CD Release Party for ‘No Way to Live’
    with special guests
    The Anthony Krizan Band
    Des and the Swagmatics
    and legendary L’Amour DJ Alex Kayne

    About Colossal Street Jam: Mix the gritty, soulful vocals of Gene Potts with the guitar fire of Sal Marra, the pulsing bass of Anthony Flora, the war-hammer drums of Dave Halpern and the one-man festival that is Eric Safka on keys, and you get Colossal Street Jam. Colossal Street Jam is a 5-piece rock outfit that thrives in the popular Asbury Park music scene playing a ’70’s style brand of infectious and melodic rock and roll with a modern edge. Colossal Street Jam’s 2016 release ‘Living Free’ garnered critical acclaim and has been featured in many music magazines worldwide and the single ‘Songbird’ continued to get extensive radio play both locally and globally. In January of 2018, ‘Living Free’ won the Australian Indie Album of the Year award for Internet radio and remained on the indie charts in Australia for 6 months. CSJ’s ‘Just Take Hold’ was released in November of 2018 and their cover of Sugar Loaf’s ‘Green Eyed Lady’ received airplay on both indie and college radio stations worldwide.

    In 2019, Colossal Street Jam had two successful European tours, playing shows in The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. In January of 2021 CSJ released the title track single ‘No Way to Live’ from the new CD by the same name which is getting great radio play both locally and overseas. Join us at the Wonder Bar for the official CD release show on Fri., Feb. 10.

    Doors 7:00pm
    Show 7:30pm

    21 and up admitted

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    $20 (plus applicable surcharges)

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  • Juggling Suns with Mark Diomede

    Juggling Suns with Mark Diomede

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    Juggling Suns with Mark Diomede
    2023 Reunion Show
    Door 7:00
    Show 7:30

    The Mark Diomede/Juggling Suns 2023 reunion show will feature Juggling Suns and Solar Circus alumni of years past, new faces and more. Good old originals, cool new originals, and of course some fun Juggling extraterrestrial covers too!

    Once referred to as one of the Jam Scene’s “Best Kept Secrets” by Relix magazine, Juggling Suns have been abducting fans from New Jersey to Japan since 1997. Their roots lie in the diverse musical styles of old school psychedelia, jazz, bluegrass, funk, trance, dance and pure rock n roll, and those roots are the fuel for their legendary on-stage improvisation. Juggling has played to packed audiences across the globe, appeared in the Julia Roberts movie Runaway Bride, performed personally for the NBAs Bill Walton, and won consecutive awards for Best Jam Band at New Jersey’s Asbury Music Awards (2002- 2003). The Suns blend their well-crafted original music with their own take on covers from Bill Withers to The Bee Gees, striving to create a one of a kind experience at every show. The Suns have done several national tours and hold their own as one of the east coast’s favorite live acts- going 16 years strong since the band’s conception in 1995. Mark alone has shared the stage with Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Herring, Santana, moe., Mickey Hart and Bob Weir. The Suns original songs have been covered by both the Disco Biscuits and Keller Williams and the band is proud to have hosted numerous guest musicians on stage, including Keller, Buddy Cage (New Riders of the Purple Sage), Jimmy Herring (Widespread Panic), David Gans (Dead Hour),Tom Constanten (Grateful Dead), Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), Martin Fierro (Legion of Mary), and Jon Gutwillig (The Disco Biscuits). Juggling Suns possess a blistering ability to make people move both in body and spirit In 2003, guitarist Mark Diomede received the Asbury Music Awards “Lifetime Achievement Award” for his undeniable contributions on the East Coast live music scene.

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    $15 (plus applicable surcharges)

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  • Sound Matters featuring Ronnie Brooks

    Sound Matters featuring Ronnie Brooks

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    Sound Matters featuring Ronnie Brooks
    Valentine’s Party

    Doors 7:00pm
    Show 7:30pm

    21 and up admitted

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    $15 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $20 at the door

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  • Jarod Clemons and the Late Nights

    Jarod Clemons and the Late Nights

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    Jarod Clemons and the Late Nights

    Asbury Park’s rising star Jarod Clemons returns with his funky band, the Late Nights. Picture modern rock like The Killers and Imagine Dragons, with a NOLA bounce and a splash of classic Asbury!

    You get a great live band that strives for their audience rapport and brings the good times every time they take the stage.

    Doors                  7:00pm

    Show                   8:00pm

    • 21 and up admitted

     

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    $13 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $15 at the door

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  • Myron Elkins

    Myron Elkins

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    MYRON ELKINS

    Myron Elkins didn’t set out to become a full-time musician. After graduating from high school, the then 17-year-old instead became a welder in his hometown of Otsego, Michigan and had every intention of making that his career. However, fate had other plans. Three years ago, a relative signed him up for a battle of the bands at a local venue, despite the fact Elkins’ only prior experience with live music was playing at church and a few bars in the small Michigan town where he grew up. With just three weeks’ notice, Elkins put a band together featuring three of his cousins and a friend. Although the group didn’t win (they came in second), the experience opened Elkins’ eyes to a very different career path.

    Now, he’s poised to become one of music’s most intriguing new artists with the release of his Dave Cobb-produced debut album, Factories, Farms & Amphetamines, via Elektra/Low Country Sound. Across the album’s ten tracks, Elkins crafts sharp observations informed by his working-class upbringing, infusing his music with rich personal experience. “I actually wrote a lot of these songs on the album in my head while I was welding,” he says. “I just loved to play and write all of the time. Finding people who want to do that with you isn’t always easy, but we made it work. And with this bunch of songs, it made it all worth it.”

    21+ admitted

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    $12 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $15 at the door

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  • The Englishtown Project

    The Englishtown Project

    Grateful Dead Tribute

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    The Englishtown Project
    Grateful Dead Tribute
    with special guest James Dalton

    On Sept. 3, 1977, the Grateful Dead headlined one of the largest and most musically successful concerts of all time at Raceway Park in Englishtown, N.J. The Englishtown Project plays homage to this historic event with all-star veterans of Dead family bands led by Michael Falzarano. The show is generally Dead focused with a few New Riders and Marshall Tucker songs.

    21 and up admitted

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    $20 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $25 at the door

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  • The Well Wish

    The Well Wish

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    The Well Wish

    with special guests
    Exit Eleven, and Jet Ransom
    Well Wish showtime is 8:30
    Jet Ransom opens at 7:30
    Exit Eleven, 10:00 to 11pm

    The Well Wish is an Asbury Park-based, female-fronted band that blends indie rock with soulful blues and alternative stylings. Their debut EP, “Of Heart and Mind,” is now out everywhere.

    Doors 7:00pm
    Show 7:30pm

    21 and up admitted

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    $12 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $15 at the door

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  • Lovelight with Mark Diomede

    Lovelight with Mark Diomede

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    Lovelight with Mark Diomede

    Jersey Shore jam master Mark Diomede (Juggling Suns, Solar Circus) has teamed up with veteran NJ jam band Lovelight. They play a great selection of Dead family music. Lovelight will be bringing that Grateful energy to the Wonder Bar with two long sets so don’t forget your dancing shoes!

    Doors                  7:00pm

    Show                   7:30pm

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    $12 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $15 at the door

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  • Adam Ezra Group

    Adam Ezra Group

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    Adam Ezra Group

    Working outside the confines of the traditional music industry, Adam Ezra and his bandmates – Corinna Smith (fiddle), Alex Martin (drums), Poche Ponce (bass) – built a community of fans through sheer grit and determination, regularly performing hundreds of shows a year for the past two decades without any major label or mainstream radio support. Fusing folk intimacy and rock energy with soul power and pop charm, the band first emerged from Boston in the early 2000s and quickly garnered widespread acclaim for their bold, insightful songwriting and interactive, euphoric performances. From hole in the wall bars and house concerts to sold-out headline shows and dates with the likes of Little Big Town, The Wallflowers, Gavin DeGraw, Train, and The Wailers, Ezra and his bandmates treated every single gig like their last, attracting a die-hard following that believed not just in the music, but in their commitment to activism and social change, as well.

    After their tour was cancelled at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ezra brought the show online to continue this commitment and created The Gathering Series which to-date has reached a cumulative audience of 15 million viewers. The bands ongoing daily livestreams since March of 2020 stands as a testament not only to Ezra’s artistic endurance, but also his ability to connect with viewers and provide an accepting and supportive space for newcomers to join his tight-knit community of fans. Through his own experience with COVID, his move across the country, and even his wedding day, Ezra has broadcasted without fail from wherever he found himself each night at 7pm Eastern. In addition to bringing The Gathering Series to the real world as they performed nearly 50 safe, socially distanced shows in parks and backyards around the United States to bring light to fans through music, the band didn’t stop there. Their homegrown festival, The Ramble, hosted by RallySound, raises money and marshals resources to help homeless veterans find safe and dignified housing for the last ten years. While the band was unable to bring the festival to fans live in the year of COVID, they instead incorporated it into The Gathering Series and hosted a 24-hour, nonstop livestream where they raised enough money to help house 64 veterans.

    The Adam Ezra Group hit their 500th live stream show on July 25, 2021. They have also played an additional 50 backyard socially distanced shows, and are starting to tour heavily again in traditional and outdoor venues. As if this wasn’t enough to keep them busy, the band also embarked on an ambitious new recording series dubbed ‘The Album Project’ which will see the band releasing at least 19 new singles over the next few years. What comes next for the Adam Ezra Group? The future is anyone’s guess right now, and the only thing the Adam Ezra Group knows for sure, is they’ll be out there making music however and whenever they can.

    Doors 7:00pm
    Show 8:00pm

    21 and up

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    $18 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $20 at the door

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  • Seaforth

    Seaforth

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    SEAFORTH
    ABOUT TIME TOUR

    with Dylan Brady

    Australian country duo Seaforth is known for dropping infectious melodies, breezy lyrics and bangers with slick vocal harmonies that top every party playlist. Through their EP What I Get For Loving You, Seaforth’s Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson –- childhood friends who take their name from the Sydney suburb where they grew up — want to expand popular perception to include articulate, authentic songwriting that does a deeper dive into the human experience.

    “It’s easy to just look at us like, ‘Oh, you guys are funny,'” said Tom, who produced the project entirely from the pair’s home studio. “Yeah, 100 percent. But at the end of the day, we are musicians. We are producing the songs, and we are writing the songs, and we have real stories to tell.”

    The growth was hard won for the pair who thought they were on the fast track to their dreams at the end of 2019. Seaforth opened shows in Sydney for their musical hero Keith Urban at Country 2 Country Festival, booked their first sold-out headlining show in Australia, and felt like the world was at their feet.

    Then, the harsh reality of the pandemic isolated them from their careers, their friends, and held them captive a world away from their families in Australia.

    “It was insane,” Tom said. “We were like, ‘What do we do?’ And we just sat around and tried new things because we couldn’t do what we were used to doing.” They learned to cook. Mitch became an avid gardener, putting down his guitar for six months. Tom rededicated himself to growing his musical production skills, creating beats and melodies for no one in particular.

    Lacking inspiration, they didn’t write a song until the end of 2020. They say fans on Instagram were a catalyst for snapping them out of their creative funk. A challenge circulating on the platform prompted artists to play an unreleased song. The duo’s friends in Avenue Beat tagged them. Tom and Mitch posted a snip of the heart wrenching “Breakups,” a song they’d been toying with, and watched thousands of people respond immediately.

    “We’re like, ‘Let’s just tease,'” Tom said, explaining the feedback reinvigorated their confidence. “Let’s try and make music because that’s all we have.” “It was the only thing we could control,” Mitch adds.

    “Breakups,” a wounded, vulnerable, and utterly relatable relationship ballad, made Seaforth reexamine their songwriting craft and question the direction they wanted to take their new music. “Breakups,” included on What I Get For Loving You, is Tom’s personal story and the most profound song the duo has released. With 40 million on-demand streams to date, the track is also their most successful.

    “What we realized is we’re always like, ‘Oh, this is a quote-unquote banger,'” Tom says. “Then you put out a song with such depth that came from literally the hardest emotional thing I’ve ever had to go through, and it’s done the best out of any song we’ve put out. We’ve spoken a lot about this recently that we have to show that side of us, too.”

    Most of the songs on the EP were crafted in their Nashville home during lockdown. Tom harnessed his newly refined production skills, and the duo recorded the collection in a small room at home. They outsourced the players, trusted each other’s opinions and couldn’t be happier with the outcome. They see the EP’s title track as the next chapter of “Breakups.” The title tells a tale, and they describe the collection as a love story of different emotions.

    “What I Get For Loving You in general and writing, it’s like, ‘This is what we’re doing. We chose this path,’” Mitch says. “Everything that comes along with it, the ups and downs, that’s what we get for loving what we do. If you take a step back, it captures everything and just our journey in general.”

    Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson left Australia to come to Nashville and play their brand of country music. In that way, the fast track led to their dreams with a few unexpected bumps along the way.

    “We do have real stories to tell,” Tom says. “We want make sure people know that.”

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    $12 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $15 at the door

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  • Waiting On Mongo

    Waiting On Mongo

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    WAITING ON MONGO

    Asbury Park’s WOM is an immersive experience that can only be described as a soulful journey that pushes the limits in the 4th dimension of psychedelic grooves. With strutting guitar riffs, transcendent horns, and heady organ depth, the live performances take you on a cathartic journey where you shed the weight of the world with everyone in attendance. Traversing the inner workings of the human soul, everything seems to be in its right place when the Mongo party hits full throttle.

    WOM has relentlessly displayed a level of musicianship that continues to impress both music critics and fans alike, winning awards in their hometown of Asbury Park for consecutive years. With a permeating aura of soulful energy, that illuminates every venue, the band is on a collision course for new locations to spread the love that is their music.

    Waiting On Mongo is: Mike [guitar, vocals], Johnny [bass], Anders [saxophone], Mongo [keyboards], Matt [drums], Harry [percussion] and Bruce [trumpet].

    • 21 and up admitted

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    $20 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $22 at the door

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  • LaMP

    LaMP

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    Nectar’s presents LaMP — the project featuring Trey Anastasio Band/Soule Monde band mates, keyboardist Ray Paczkowski and drummer Russ Lawton, and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead guitarist Scott Metzger. In case it’s not obvious, the band takes its name from the first letters of each members’ surname.

    The trio debuted at a show in December 2018 at Nectar’s in Burlington, Vermont. They then reconvened last summer and held recording sessions with Roger Stauss at Sugarhouse Soundworks in Burlington.

    “With Russ and Ray being so much of a team as they are they’ve done who knows how many gigs together? It’s been a good challenge to join them to try and add something to their Vulcan mind-meld level of music-making while adding something to the foundation they’ve built,” Metzger said. “I’m in Brooklyn, and Russ and Ray are up in Vermont. We wrote everything via the internet. We figured out telecommuting and working from home before it was fashionable. We’d usually start with Russ sending around a drumbeat he was working on, then Ray and I would put down ideas and we’d send them back and forth, editing everything as we went along. When we finally found some time to record, I drove up to Vermont, we took a day to flush everything out and rehearse, then spent two days recording.”

    Doors 7:00pm
    Show 8:00pm

    21 and up admitted

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    $20 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $25 at the door

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  • Andi

    Andi

    with Rachel Grae and Lisa Heller

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    ANDI
    with Rachel Grae and Lisa Heller
    Carrington Zane Sklar

    A performer since birth, there has never been a question of which path Andi would find herself on. Taking vocal lessons at age six and finding a passion for songwriting in the form of theater camp classes at night, Andi has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember.  Putting these building blocks to use seriously at 11 when she really began to write songs and craft the inklings of what would develop into a more defined sound and aesthetic, Andi learned deeply through play as she’d make parodies of her favorite songs.

    These steps led her to moving across the country from her home in New Jersey to LA at 16, and now, at 19, she’s begun to carve out a lane for herself with a string of anthemic pop smashes across the last year.

    Channeling influences from Avril Lavigne to Sam Smith, Andi gets closer to full realization with every song, her personality on special display across recent releases “Get Your Attention” and “Wish We Were Strangers.” Keeping herself open as she connects with her growing audience via TikTok lives and Zoom meet-n-greets, Andi’s world becomes evermore defined as one of flowing blonde hair and stunning vocal performances that only pull in listeners as they get to know her.

    Andi never shies away from displaying her genuine self, pulling inspiration for her songs directly from her own life experiences and displaying them against driving sonics in an attempt to help people come to terms with their own stories by seeing how unapologetically she shares her own.

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    $15 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $15 at the door

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  • The Nerds Plaid Party

    The Nerds Plaid Party

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    THE NERDS PLAID PARTY

    The legendary Geeks of Good Times, The Nerds, return to Asbury Park for a wild and crazy Plaid Party! Prizes for best, sexiest, and couples, dressed in plaid!

    Doors 7:00pm
    Show 8:00pm

    21 and up admitted

     

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    $20 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $25 at the door

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  • The Hip Abduction

    The Hip Abduction

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    The Hip Abduction

    Evoking the ocean and guided by the spirit of travel, The Hip Abduction pilot a sonic expedition past genre barriers. The band is the moniker for singer/songwriter David New who writes and produces music in between travel excursions and touring. Live shows morph into a versatile musical ensemble consisting of Matt Poynter (drums), Chris Powers (bass), Justino Walker (guitar, vocals, ngoni), and Cody Moore (keys, sax); each of whom have a mutual appreciation for African (Afrobeat/Soukous/Malian Blues), reggae, and American (jam/electronic/indie) music. Since 2012, the band has played almost every noteworthy music festival in the country, has landed major TV/movie syncs and Sirius XM radio spins, have nearly 400,000 listeners a month on Spotify, have provided direct cross country tour support for artists like Dirty Heads, Galactic, Slightly Stoopid, The Revivalists, and who’s highly energized live show have landed the 5-piece a sizable fanbase across the U.S. and Canada.

    21+ admitted

     

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    $17 in advance (plus applicable surcharges), $20 at the door

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