There will be six shows in this summer’s Country Megaticket series at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden:Six-show ticket packages will be available Jan. 26 at 10 a.m., with a pre-sale for previous buyers, Jan. 23 at 10 a.m.; WXTU and Citi pre-sales, Jan. 24 at 10 a.m.; and Live Nation and Ticketmaster pre-sales, Jan. 25 at 10 a.m. Visit megaticket.com/venues/bbtpavilion. The three ticket levels are:GOLD ($999.99): One ticket for each show in the 100 level, plus parking and food/beverage vouchers.
Throughout their career, even at the largest venues they played, The Smithereens always seemed like a hard-working club band. Following the death of frontman Pat DiNizio in December, surviving members got together, Jan. 13, for one more show in that vein at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, filling the venue with loud, celebratory sound, well past midnight. They had a lot of help.
I reviewed the Light of Day concert at the Outpost in the Burbs in Montclair on Jan. 5, and was also at the Light of Day “Kick Off” concert at House of Independents in Asbury Park, Jan. 11. How can a festival have a kick-off concert six days after its first concert? Well, over the festival’s first six days, activity is sporadic, and spread out over Asbury Park, Montclair, Philadelphia and New York.
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Selecting a term
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