Many shows in NJPAC’s 2015-16 season will go on sale this week

Portuguese fado singer Mariza performs at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, May 15.

Portuguese fado singer Mariza performs at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark Oct. 25, with tickets going on sale May 15.

May 15, 10 a.m. is the time that many shows in the New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s 2015-16 season will go on sale, though in some cases, tickets are currently on sale, or presales have started already. Visit for more information on specific shows.

Here are the shows currently listed on Ticketmaster. Some dates have more than one show because NJPAC has several performance spaces, or shows are scheduled for different times of the day.

Sept. 11: Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
Sept. 17: Christian McBride With Pat Metheny: One On One
Sept. 18: Kathleen Madigan
Sept. 18: Mystic India The World Tour: The Bollywood Experience
Sept. 19-20: Russell Peters : Almost Famous World Tour
Sept. 26: Lang Lang
Oct. 4: Ballet Folklorico De Mexico: De Amalia Hernandez
Oct. 7: Ina Garten: The Barefoot Contessa
Oct. 16: Bernadette Peters
Oct. 24: London Symphony Orchestra
Oct. 24-25: American Songbook at NJPAC
Oct. 25: Mariza
Oct. 30: The Price Is Right — Live Stage Show
Nov. 1: UB40 featuring Ali Campbell, Astro, and Mickey Virtue
Nov. 8: Judy Carmichael Trio with special guest Harry Allen
Nov. 9: “The Real Sinatra Songbook”
Nov. 11: Dorado Schmitt & Django Festival Allstars
Nov. 11: Jethro Tull — The Rock Opera
Nov. 12: Christian McBride With Bruce Hornsby: One On One
Nov. 13: NJMEA All-State Jazz Ensemble
Nov. 14: Bill Charlap Presents Miles Davis’ Birth of the Cool
Nov. 14: Diane Reeves, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and Christian McBride
Nov. 15: Dorthaan’s Place Jazz Brunch: T.S. Monk Sextet
Nov. 15: Sarah Vaughan Jazz Vocal Competition
Nov. 17: Axis Dance Company
Nov. 21: Laura Benanti
Nov. 22: “Garvey”
Nov. 22: Mythbusters: Jamie and Adam Unleashed
Nov. 29: Arlo Guthrie: 50th Anniversary of “Alice’s Restaurant.”



Dec. 3: Neil deGrasse Tyson: Adventures in Science Literacy
Dec. 6: “Romeo and Juliet”: The State Ballet Theatre of Russia
Dec. 12: “Goodnight Moon” and “The Runaway Bunny”
Dec. 12: Paula Poundstone
Dec. 12: Michael Feinstein
Dec. 13: Little Orchestra Society: “Babes in Toyland”
Dec. 19: Kwanzaa Celebration: Forces of Nature Dance Theatre
Dec. 19: “The Hip Hop Nutcracker” featuring Kurtis Blow
Dec. 19: Kwanzaa Celebration: Forces of Nature Dance Theatre
Dec. 20: Handel’s Messiah with the NJSO
Jan. 2: Video Games Live
Jan. 8: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Jan. 15: Dance Theatre of Harlem
Jan. 16: Hooking Up With Second City
Jan. 23: “Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds”
Jan. 24: Dorthaan’s Place Jazz Brunch: The Rufus Reid Trio
Jan. 29: Orchestre National de France
Jan. 30-31: “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe”
Feb. 6: “Simply Streisand”
Feb. 6-7: Year of the Monkey: Nai Ni Chen Dance Company
Feb. 13-14: “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus”
Feb. 14: Dorthaan’s Place Jazz Brunch: The Antoinette Montague Experience
Feb. 19: “Disney Fantasia — Live In Concert — On Tour”
Feb. 25: Rain: a Tribute to the Beatles
Feb. 27: “West Side Story to Wicked: Broadway with the Callaways”
March 6: Dorthaan’s Place Jazz Brunch: Bobby Sanabria & Quarteto Aché
March 10: Russian National Ballet Cinderella
March 18: Johnny Mathis
March 19: “The Cat in the Hat”



March 19: Joshua Bell With the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
March 20: “Broadway’s Best” With Seth Rudetsky
March 25: Ethan Bortnick
April 8: Jersey Moves! Festival of Dance: Carolyn Dorfman Dance
April 9: Lea DeLaria
April 10: Dorthaan’s Place Jazz Brunch: Freddy Cole Quartet
April 15: San Francisco Symphony
April 17: Michel Camilo — Solo Piano
April 22-24: “Riverdance 20 Years: The Anniversary Tour”
May 6-8: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
May 7: “Jonathan’s Choice”: Cyrille Aimée & Katy McGarry
May 14: “You’ve Got a Friend: Carole King, Neil Sedaka and Music of the Brill Building,” featuring Scott Coulter and Rebecca LaChance
May 21: Jessye Norman with the NJSO
May 28: “Sinatra at the Movies”
June 3: Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company
June 18: Bill Charlap


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