New Shows Going on Sale

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Donald Fagen and Steely Dan will perform in Morristown and Red Bank, with tickets going on sale July 30 at 10 a.m.

The following shows will be going on sale in the near future; they are listed by on-sale date. These are the general public on-sales; there will also be pre-sales for many shows.

Click on the artist’s name or title for more information. Updates are also available via Twitter at @njticketupdate.

JULY 28, 10 A.M.
• White Eagle Hall, Jersey City. Adam Melchor, Dec. 3

JULY 28, NOON
• House of Independents, Asbury Park. Almost U2 (U2 tribute), The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Time Machine, Dec. 18.

JULY 30, 10 A.M.
• Chase Room at NJPAC, Newark. Django Festival Allstars featuring Samson Schmitt, Ludovic Beier, Pierre Blanchard, Doudou Cuillerier and Antonio Lucusati, Nov. 5 (part of TD James Moody Jazz Festival). Lillias White, “Divine Sass” Sarah Vaughan tribute, Nov. 12 (part of TD James Moody Jazz Festival).
• Count Basie Center for the Arts
, Red Bank. Mary Chapin Carpenter, Marc Cohn and Shawn Colvin, Oct. 14. Steely Dan, Nov. 1. Dream Theater, Arch Echo, Nov. 29. Darlene Love’s “Souled” Out Christmas, Dec. 15. “The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Musical,” Dec. 23.
• Harrah’s Resort
, Atlantic City. DJ Pauly D, Sept. 4 and Oct. 30.
• House of Independents, Asbury Park. The Spill Canvas, Kulick, Nov. 13.
• Levoy Theatre, Millville. “The Nutcracker,” presented by New Jersey Ballet, Dec. 12. The Wizards of Winter, Dec. 16.
• Mayo Performing Arts Center
, Morristown. Steely Dan, Nov. 3-4 and 6-7.
• Music Box at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa
, Atlantic City. Carrot Top, Oct. 8. Vir Das, Nov. 13. Anthony Rodia, Dec. 4.
• Newton Theatre. “A John Denver Christmas Special,” featuring Ted Vigil, Dec. 12.
• Prudential Center, Newark. Sebastian Maniscalco, Dec. 26.
• Scottish Rite Auditorium
, Collingswood. “Lantern Tour” with Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Amy Helm, Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, Gaby Moreno, Oct. 30.
• Sound Waves at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
, Atlantic City. “Rocky Horror Live!” (original movie, live shadow cast, audience participation and an appearance by actor Barry Bostwick), Oct. 30. Gin Blossoms, Nov. 20. Penn & Teller, Dec. 10-11.
• Victoria Theater at NJPAC
, Newark. Maria Schneider Orchestra, Nov. 21 (Part of TD James Moody Jazz Festival).
• The Vogel at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank. Chris Covert & Friends, with K.P. Burke and host Brian O’Halloran, Aug. 21. Moroccan Sheepherders, “Halloween Bash,” Oct. 22. “A Marvelous Night: The Music of Van Morrison” featuring Gypsy Souls (Pat Guadagno, Rob Paparozzi, John Tropea, Steve Delopoulos, Joe Bellia, Michael Ghegan, Pam McCoy, Steve Reilly, John Korba, Red River Rizzo and the Maximum Horns), Nov. 12. Jessie’s Girl, ’80s tribute, Nov. 13.
• Wellmont Theater, Montclair. “Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular Holiday Concert” featuring Shawn Klush, Cody Ray Slaughter, The Blackwood Quartet, The Fabulous Ambassadors and the Nashville Dreams, Dec. 5.

JULY 30, 11 A.M.
• BergenPAC, Englewood. Foreigners Journey featuring Constantine Maroulis, tribute to Foreigner and Journey, Sept. 25.
• State Theatre, New Brunswick. The Gipsy Kings featuring Nicolas Reyes, Oct. 23.

JULY 30, NOON
• South Orange Performing Arts Center. The Milk Carton Kids, Sept. 30. Renaissance Revival Chorus, March 10. Marc Broussard, April 1. Roger McGuinn, June 23.

SEPT. 1, 10 A.M.
• State Theatre, New Brunswick. “Escape to Margaritaville,” Oct. 8-10. “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical,” Nov. 26-28. “Anastasia,” Dec. 3-5. Leslie Odom Jr., Dec. 10. “An American in Paris,” Feb. 25-27. “Cats,” March 18-20. “Waitress,” April 14-16. “Hairspray,” April 29-30 and May 1. “Roald Dahl’s Charlie and The Chocolate Factory,” May 13-15.

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