New Jersey Concerts

The Saint

Home of Live Original Music in New Jersey and one of the top small live music venues in the world, The Saint is the longest consecutively running music venue in Asbury Park's history.

Wonder Bar

Known for its live music and colorful paint job, the Wonder Bar is all about having fun. From the tunes to the tiki bar to the world famous Yappy Hour, a good time is a guarantee. And you’re also just steps from the beach and the Asbury Park Boardwalk.

The Stone Pony

Arguably one of the greatest rock venues on earth, The Stone Pony has been the anchor of the Asbury Park music scene since we opened our doors back in 1974. Locals like Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny and Steve Van Zandt helped put us on the map, while today’s top artists and rising stars continue building our legacy.

Prudential Center

Prudential Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in the central business district of Newark. The arena is located two blocks from Newark Penn Station in downtown Newark, just west of Newark's Ironbound district, which makes it easily accessible via New Jersey Transit, PATH, Newark Light Rail, and Amtrak.

PNC Bank Arts Center

Concerts are from May through September featuring 45-50 different events of many types of musical styles. It is ranked among the top five most successful amphitheatres in the country. It is one of two major outdoor arenas in the New York City Metropolitan Area, along with Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater.

MetLife Stadium

MetLife Stadium hosts the World’s Biggest Events, on the World’s Biggest Stage. Major events hosted at the stadium include Super Bowl XLVIII, WrestleMania, CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarterfinals, U2, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Bon Jovi, Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, and many more.

Hard Rock Arena

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BB&T Pavilion

The year-round facility serves as a 25,488 capacity outdoor amphitheater during the summer months and a clear view of the Philadelphia skyline, Delaware River, and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge to the northwest. In the fall and winter months, the BB&T Pavilion converts to a fully enclosed, climate-controlled venue.