Camden County Fills Your Summer with Music

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(Cherry Hill, NJ) – The Camden County Freeholder Board is proud to present the 2018 Summer Concert Series. This year’s lineup of free outdoor concerts includes the iconic Sunset Jazz series at Wiggins Waterfront Park with multi-Grammy-winning pioneer of jazz fusion Stanley Clark and Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Raúl Midón.

“Each summer, we see more visitors come down to the Camden Waterfront for great entertainment like the Fourth of July Concert and Fireworks and Sunset Jazz Series,” said Freeholder Ed McDonnell, liaison to the Camden County Department of Events and Community Outreach. “This year’s diverse lineup of performers ranges from jazz greats to string bands. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket because you don’t want to miss any of these outstanding free concerts.”

Celebrate Independence Day this year at the Camden County Freedom Festival at Wiggins Waterfront Park featuring Eddie Money and The Spinners, followed by an incredible firework display over the Delaware River. Eddie Money’s decade-spanning career produced classic rock anthems including “Take Me Home Tonight,” “Two Tickets to Paradise,” and “Baby Hold On.” The Spinners brought us chart topping hits such as “It’s a Shame,” “I’ll be around,” and “Games People Play.” They’ll take the stage at 6:30 p.m., followed by Eddie Money at 8 p.m. before the fireworks spectacular over the water at 9:30 p.m.

This year’s Twilight Concert Series at Cooper River Park features the Atlanta Rhythm Section, the southern rock band that brought us “So into You,” and “Spooky,” and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame recording artist Darleen Love and her hits “He’s a Rebel,” and “The Boy I’m Going to Marry.” The Sundown Music Series has Grammy-Award-nominated blues and folk singer-songwriter Ruthie Foster, and Orleans bringing their hits “Dance with Me,” and “Still the One.”

“All of this entertainment and more can be found in the 2018 Camden County Events Guide that will begin arriving in mailboxes early next month,” McDonnell said. “In the guide, you will find all the information your family needs to plan a great summer with entertainment that’s hard to beat. In addition to concerts, there are festivals, sporting events, programs for individuals with disabilities and much more.”

This year’s concerts include:

Sunset Jazz Series at Wiggins Waterfront Park

At the foot of MLK Boulevard, Camden City

All concerts start at 8 p.m.

June 11 – Red Baraat

June 25 – Stanley Clarke

July 16 – The James Hunter Six

August 6 – Raul Midón

August 13 – Special EFX featuring Chieli Minucci, Lao Tizer & Elliott Yamin

August 27 – Grace Kelly

Cooper River Twilight Concert Series

North Park Drive, Pennsauken

All concerts start at 8 p.m.

June 14 – South Philadelphia String Band

June 28 – Tusk (top Fleetwood Mac tribute band)

July 19 – Broadway, Opera and Beyond

August 2 – Atlanta Rhythm Section

August 16 – Point Blank

August 30 – Darlene Love

Sundown Music Series at Haddon Lake Park

13th Avenue, Park Drive and Prospect Boulevard, Haddon Heights

All concerts start at 7:30 p.m.

June 6 – Liza Anne with Jason McGovern

June 20 – Orleans with Kevin Burke

July 11 – Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express with Milton

July 25 – Ruthie Foster with Frank Brown

August 1 – Dave Hause & The Mermaid with April Mae & Catfish

August 15 – The National Reserve with Michelle Nagy

South County Music Series

Winslow Township – New Brooklyn Park

Erial-New Brooklyn Road, Sicklerville

All concerts begin at 7 p.m.
June 19 – Bootsie Barnes & Larry McKenna Jazz Sextet
July 21 – Urban Guerrilla Orchestra
August 21 – Billy Hector Blues Band
Lindenwold Park

1000 United States Avenue, Lindenwold

All concerts begin at 8 p.m.
June 22 – Edgardo Cintron & The Inca Band Tribute to Santana
August 3 – Ladies of Rock & Soul
August 24 – Danny V’s 52nd Street Band Tribute to Billy Joel

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