A Little Night Music Tuckerton Seaport Every Friday

Dated: July 31 2014

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Free Concerts Every Friday Night In August.

This is a great family event--Bring the kids and friends, and pack a bottle of wine, or soda and a picnic to share. There is a playground and some farm animals and exhibits open. There is lots of room to let the kids run, while the parents and grandparents talk with old friends and listen to the music. Dancing has been known to break out,, and group singing too. The weather has been great and promises to stay that way. The bands are as follows:

8/1  Rave on Band
8/8  Sweeter Than Honey
8/15  Tuckerton Creek Band
8/22  RB Express
8/29  Nick Kosar
Rules:
Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Smoking is only permitted in the parking lot.
Pets are not permitted on the Seaport grounds, but can enjoy the concert from the patio adjacent to the Visitors Center and must be on a leash at all times. Admission is free. 
Sponsored by Tuckerton Pride & Celebration Committee.

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Jeffrey Gamble

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