New Shows Going on Sale

Peggy Sirota

The Jonas Brothers will perform at the Prudential Center in Newark, Nov. 22, and Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, Nov. 29. Tickets to both shows go on sale May 18 at 10 a.m.

The following shows will be going on sale in the near future; they are listed by on-sale date. Click on the artist’s name or title for more information. Updates are also available via Twitter at @njticketupdate.

MAY 17, 10 A.M.
• Asbury Lanes
. Langhorne Slim & the Lost at Last Band, Aug. 13. The Soul Rebels, Aug. 18. Sid Sriram, Oct. 20. Angel Olsen, Oct. 30.
• Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City. Atlantic City Comedy Festival with Mike Epps, George Wallace, Mark Curry, Bruce Bruce, Tommy Davidson, TuRae, Oct. 12. Atlantic City Comedy Festival with Sommore, Earthquake, Lavell Crawford, Kountry Wayne, Karlous Miller, DC Young Fly, Oct. 13.
• Chase Room at NJPAC
, Newark. NJMEA All-State Jazz Band and Honors Choir Concert, Nov. 15.
• Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank. “Disney Junior Holiday Party! On Tour,” Nov. 5.
• Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City. Foreigner, Oct. 4.
• Event Center at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa
, Atlantic City. J Balvin, Sept. 27.
• Golden Nugget, Atlantic City. Little Anthony & the Imperials, July 20. Tommy James & the Shondells, July 27.
• Harrah’s Resort, Atlantic City. Home Free, Nov. 8.
• House of Independents, Asbury Park. AK, July 20. The Green, Sept. 6.
• Levoy Theatre, Millville. “Italian Bred,” featuring Candice Guardino, Oct. 12.
• Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown. Louie Anderson, Rita Rudner, July 22. Pink Martini, with Meow Meow, Oct. 3. “Disney Junior Holiday Party! On Tour,” Nov. 8.
• Newton Theatre. Almost Queen, Aug. 15. Hyprov (improv under hypnosis) featuring Colin Mochrie and Asad Mecci, Oct. 10.
• NICO Kitchen + Bar at NJPAC, Newark. Dorthaan’s Place: Houston Person, Nov. 24.
• Ovation Hall at Ocean Resort Casino, Atlantic City. Jake Owen, Sept. 21.
• Prudential Center
, Newark. “Freestyle Explosion” with Stevie B, Lisa Lisa, Exposé, TKA, Linear featuring Joey Restivo, George Lamond, Debbie Deb, The Jets, Nu Shooz, J.J. Fad, Nov. 2.
• Prudential Hall at NJPAC, Newark. Chaka Khan, Nov. 14. Steps Ahead, Michael Franks, Spyro Gyra, Nov. 15.
• Scottish Rite Auditorium, Collingswood. Rick Wakeman, Oct. 11.
Sound Waves at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City. Howie Mandel, Aug. 16-17. Travis Tritt, Charlie Daniels Band, Sept. 13. Ratt, Sept. 14.
• Starland Ballroom, Sayreville. Extreme, Aug. 23. Against Me!, Cursive, Dilly Dally, Oct. 18-19.
• State Theatre, New Brunswick. Randy Rainbow, Nov. 1. Blue Note Records’ 80th Birthday Celebration with Kandace Springs, James Francies, James Carter, Nov. 6.
• Stone Pony, Asbury Park. Wolfmother, June 11. The Distillers, Death Valley Girls, Aug. 19. Yonder Mountain String Band, July 25. Melvins, Oct. 11.
• Stone Pony Summer Stage, Asbury Park. Killswitch Engage, Clutch, All That Remains, July 26.
• Victoria Theater at NJPAC, Newark. “After Midnight: The Music of the King Cole Trio,” Nov. 15. Lee Ritenour, Nov. 21. Christian Sands presents Three-Piano Erroll Garner Summit, Nov. 22. Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition, Nov. 24. Bokanté, Feb. 29.
• Wellmont Theater, Montclair. Get the Led Out, Led Zeppelin tribute, Aug. 16.
• White Eagle Hall, Jersey City. Boris, Uniform, Sept. 8.
• Wonder Bar, Asbury Park. Solar Circus, June 25. Roots or Creation, Aug. 21.

MAY 17, 11 A.M.
• BergenPAC, Englewood. Rick Wakeman, Oct. 10. “Disney Junior Holiday Party! on Tour,” Nov. 2. The Capitol Steps, Jan. 11. The Simon & Garfunkel Story, Jan. 17. “Dinosaur World Live,” Feb. 9. “Llama Llama Live,” April 26. 

MAY 17, NOON
• Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank. The Waterboys, Sept. 17. Steven Wright, Oct. 3.
• House of Independents, Asbury Park. Richie “LaBamba” Rosenberg and Friends, July 11.
• South Orange Performing Arts Center. Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul & Mary, Oct. 11.

MAY 17, 4 P.M.
• Prudential Center, Newark. GOT7, June 27.

MAY 18, 10 A.M.
• Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City. The Jonas Brothers, Nov. 28.
• Prudential Center, Newark. The Jonas Brothers, Nov. 22.

MAY 21, 10 A.M.
• Prudential Center, Newark. “Disney on Ice Presents Road Trip Adventures,” Nov. 6-10.

MAY 22, 10 A.M.
• State Theatre, New Brunswick. Matt Haimovitz and Navah Perlman, Nov. 17. “Salute to Vienna,” Dec. 31. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Jan. 11. Siberian State Symphony Orchestra, Feb. 15. Michael Barenboim and West-Eastern Divan Ensemble, March 1. Itzhak Perlman, April 25.

MAY 24, 10 A.M.
• Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City. The Isley Brothers, The Pointer Sisters, Oct. 18.

MAY 24, NOON
• South Orange Performing Arts Center. Sinbad, Aug. 10.

JULY 19, 10 A.M.
• State Theatre, New Brunswick. “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” Nov. 8-10. “The SpongeBob Musical,” Nov. 29-30 and Dec. 1. “Jersey Boys,” Dec. 3-4. “Fiddler on the Roof,” Dec. 20-22. “The Color Purple,” Jan. 30-31 and Feb. 1. “The Play That Goes Wrong,” April 2-4, 2020. “Cats,” May 8-10, 2020. “Once on This Island,” June 5-7, 2020.

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