Jersey Proud: Lineup announced for 3-week North To Shore Festival

The festival was the creation of Gov. Phil Murphy and his wife Tammy Murphy.

Matt Trapani

Mar 7, 2024, 11:23 PM

Updated 39 days ago

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The North To Shore music and arts festival is returning to New Jersey for a second year.
The Stone Pony in Asbury Park was the backdrop as the lineup of artists was announced on Thursday.
The festival starts on June 10 and will see performances in Asbury Park, Atlantic City and Newark over a three-week period.
Some of the headliners include Gary Clark, Jr. at the Summerstage in Asbury Park, Kevin Hart at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark and Frankie Valli in Atlantic City. All three mayors of those cities attended the announcement.
The festival was the creation of Gov. Phil Murphy and his wife Tammy Murphy.
“The lineup is extraordinary. It wreaks of Jersey and talent and it’s everything from musical and comedic acts all the way to film screenings," the governor said.
The festival begins in Asbury Park. There will also be shows at local venues during each week.


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