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The Hunterdon County Department of Parks & Recreation would like to extend our sincerest appreciation to all the performers who played for us at last year’s concert series. Every one of the musicians donated their time and talent for the public’s enjoyment and made our series a resounding success.
Once again, they are calling out to all musicians and offering an unbelievable opportunity to “strut your stuff” during the 36th “Music Under the Stars,” Concert Series held at Deer Path Park in Readington Twp., NJ.
They are looking for musical groups who would donate their talents to entertain the public during this year’s summer concert series. Attendance at last year’s series was estimated to be over 7,000 people and they expect it to grow this year. Although the audience is predominately comprised of Hunterdon County residents, we do draw a large number of people from Mercer, Somerset, Warren, and Morris Counties.
In addition, a significant number of people from northern New Jersey and Pennsylvania attend our well-known series. The concert series is now recognized as one of the best in New Jersey and receives extensive media coverage. This concert series, like the last 35 years, is free to everyone.
The concerts are held at Deer Path Park on an outdoor stage. Performers must provide their own sound equipment and any promotional materials to distribute during the concert. Power hook ups and stage lighting are available for you. The concerts run from June 21st through August 9th and are held on Thursday nights from 7:00 pm until approximately 8:30 pm.
They are also seeking an act to perform at the annual Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 21st at the South County Park located at 1207 Rt 179 in Lambertville.
So if you enjoy being outside and entertaining a large crowd of people give them a call! Contact Patrick Eckard, Recreation Leader at email@example.com or call 908-782-1158 to obtain more information. Hunterdon County is looking forward to hearing from any musical group who wants to participate in this exciting opportunity.